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Invitation to Meet the Mural Fest Team



The Mural Fest Team are looking for people who are interested in getting involved in the 2010 Mural Fest.

If you are interested in volunteering to help make this great event happen, or you are wishing to be a sponsor of the festival, we would love to meet you.

Join us for drinks and nibbles on Friday 6th of November 5.30pm at 
The Working Art Space
Albert Street


Call for Artists
Entry Form 2010The 2010 Wilderness Gallery
International Mural Fest
Prize is now open
for entries.

Artists are invited to submit miniatures of their proposed  murals in response to the 2010 poem ‘Home’,  available now on the website.

If you’d like more information about entering please check out the compete page on this site.

Entry forms are available for download here.


2010 Poem
by Cindy Bennett

From dark cave to seaside,
Under stars when nights are warm,
Home is where you wander -
Where your truth and essence are born.


Mural Fest Artist - A Week In Pictures

Jose Loza, Mural Fest 2009 artists from California, has put this fantastic gallery of images up on Flickr showing his experience of competing at Mural Fest.




To see what else Jose is up to visit his website:


And the winners are...

"The Wilderness Gallery 2009 International Mural Fests'" seventh year has yet again delivered a wonderfully colourful and exception array of work. The Mural Park has been well trod with locals and visiting tourists alike, all wanting to cast their vote for their favourite Mural. A few days of bad weather did not hinder the artists in completing their work, ready for the judges by 1pm yesterday (Saturday 18th April.)


The Wilderness Gallery 2009 International Mural Fest Judges Award Winner

Marc Spijkerbosch from New Zealand with his mural titled "Fire & Life". Marc was presented his prize money of $6,000.00 yesterday at the winners announcement held at the Sheffield Town Hall. Marc was also the winner of  last  year's "Wilderness Gallery 2008 International Mural Fest Judges Award", along with the "Slaters Country Store 2008 Visitors Choice Award" - the first time that anyone has scooped both the judges award and the visitors choice.

Marc Spijkerbosch

The Jelly Media 2009 Visitors Choice Award Winner

John Eathorne from Tasmania with his mural titled "Perdition".  John was also presented his prize money of $1,000.00 yesterday at the winners announcement held at the Sheffield Town Hall.

The visitors choice is the number of votes received during the week of Mural Fest and the voting was very close. Voting still continues for the rest of the year as the murals remain in the Mural Park until the Easter 2010 Mural Fest begins. These votes count towards the "Kentish Council 2009 Mural Fest People's Choice Award" and will be announced during Mural Fest 2010. John Eathorne

Also announced on Saturday was "The Slaters Country Store 2008 People's Choice Award" which was won by Patricia Smart from NSW with her mural titled "Hope". Patricia sent a video thank you as  she  was unable to attend the presentation in person. Patricia will be sent her prize money of $2,000.00 and has donated her mural to Mural Fest.

Patricia Smart

Rain, Wind and Bitter Cold

Kerry & Malcolm NicholsonThe artists at the 2009 Wilderness Gallery International Mural Fest have faced the ugly side of Tassie's climate with a day of wild winds, rain and low temperatures. All nine artists worked on despite the weather and are pushing ahead with their murals.

The team from the Taste of the North West feed the artists today plus the Scottish Scone Shop has been doing their regular daily delivery of scones to the hungry muralists.

There's no picking this years winner. The artists are producing outstanding works, so all eyes will be on the judges after brushes down this Saturday at 1pm.

Photos are now available for viewing from this years event HERE .

Stay Tuned for more updates!

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