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									LEISURE CENTRE

CHIEF STEWARD: Janette Davison
Telephone (03) 50302676
Assistant Steward:

Show Secretary’s Office opens at Showground
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From August 31 to October 9
Hours 9 am – 5 pm Monday - Friday
Showground Telephone/Fax
(03) 5032 4314
Postal Address:
PO Box 61, Swan Hill 3585

PAVILION REGULATIONS:
School Teachers please note!
BULK SCHOOL ENTRY FORMS AND ENTRY FEES ONLY TO BE RECEIVED AT SHOW
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OFFICE. BY SEPTEMBER 11
ENTRY FEE: 30 cents per exhibit.
INDIVIDUAL ENTRIES CLOSE
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September 22 2009
All non-perishable work entered by a school may be left at the Secretary’s office, in clearly
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labelled packages, between 10 am and 5 pm from August 31 to September 30 . All exhibits
must be the original uncopied work of the exhibitor.
To assist stewards all work is to be discreetly named on the back in pencil or on a label
with the exhibitor name and/or school.
Please attach show entry tickets to all entries before delivery to Show Office. Drawings, paintings,
writing to have show entry tickets attached to the bottom left hand front corner of artwork.
Laundered or soiled work will be disqualified. Work must have been completed in the past 12
months and not previously exhibited at the Swan Hill Show. When more than one article makes
up an exhibit, each article must bear a card with class and exhibit number on it, or all articles
must be mounted on one card or board. Exhibit cards must be firmly attached. Individually
entered prize money can be collected from the Chief Stewards in Centenary Pavilion from 3 pm –
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6 pm., Saturday. Any prize money not collected by the 9 October 2009 shall be forfeited and
paid to the general account of the Swan Hill District Agricultural & Pastoral Society. School prize
money must be collected with the exhibits from the Secretaries office in the week following the
show.

Section: CW
COUNTRY WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION

VENUE: LEISURE CENTRE
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ENTRIES CLOSE: September 25 2009
ENTRY FEE: $1
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PRIZE MONEY: 1 $10 & Certificate, 2 $5 & Certificate, 3 Certificate
GROUP CRAFT LEADER -
Mrs Nina Kaylock, 4/38 Splatt St, Swan Hill 3585 Phone 5033 2280

The LEISURE CENTRE at the showground’s will be open between 8.30am – 10am on Thursday
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October 1 when backdrops should be set up and entries left for judging. Setting for presentation
is to take place between 2.00 pm – 3.00 pm.
Space Allotted: depth 27 inches x height 36 inches x length 72 inches. No sidewalls allowed.
All articles must have been completed in the last two (2) years, and not shown previously in the
CWA section.
Each article will be judged on its own merit and points awarded. 10 points will be allocated for
variety and 10 points for presentation.
Backdrops must not hang over the edge of the bench and nothing is to be below the bench.
Fresh flowers may be used to enhance presentation only, not to be judged. No artificial flower
leaves etc. may be used.

Handicrafts: No Theme
5 articles optional

Home Industries: No Theme
5 articles optional

One Woman’s Work
3 distinct items of craft displayed in an area no more than 45cms square

SECTION: PW
PATCHWORK & QUILTING

STEWARDS: Jean Nalder, Pam Baber,
Kathie Cumming, Annette Brown, Faye Hender & Kerry Morpeth
VENUE: LEISURE CENTRE
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ENTRIES CLOSE: September 22 2009
ENTRY FEE: 50 cents
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PRIZE MONEY: 1 $2 & Certificate, 2 $1 & Certificate, 3 Certificate only if more than 7 entries

PLEASE NOTE: Exhibits must be staged in LEISURE CENTRE between 8 am and no later than
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11.30 am on Thursday October 1 . Late exhibits will not be accepted.

IMPORTANT: ALL PATCHWORK MUST HAVE PERMANENT/TEMPORARY SLEEVE TO
ALLOW FOR WORK TO BE HUNG ON A ROD FOR DISPLAY.

BEST EXHIBIT IN PATCHWORK (excluding classes PW13, PW14 & PW15) - SASH
BEST EXHIBIT PROFESSIONALLY QUILTED PATCHWORK – SASH PW14 & PW15
PEOPLES CHOICE - SASH
(By popular vote. People will be given the opportunity to vote for the exhibit, which appeals to
them most)

  PW1 ‘VAS Ltd Patchwork Competition’

  A piece of patchwork, no more than 1 metre on any one side, machine pieced and machine quilted, no
  embellishments. Only finished articles will be accepted.

  WINNERS IN PW1 ARE ELIGIBLE TO GO ON TO COMPETE AT THE GROUP FINALS TO BE HELD
  EARLY 2010 AND THEN STATE FINALS IF SUCESSFUL.

  Spotlight is the sponsor of the State Finals in sections P1, P2, P39, P40, & PW1.
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  Vouchers to the value of $300 for 1 place, $150 for 2 place and $50 for 3 place will be awarded
  at the State Final

  Regulations:
       An exhibitor may represent only one Society at Group level and one Group at State level.
       An article having won at a Show will compete at a Group Final; the winning article will then
          compete at the next Royal Melbourne Show.
       The Melbourne Group 14 winner of the current Show will compete as a finalist in the following
          State Final at the Royal Melbourne Show.
       An article, having won a State Final, is no longer eligible to compete in the competition.
       Each article entered must be the bona fide work of the exhibitor.
       If, for any reason, a winner is unable to compete at Group or State Final level, then the second
          placegetter is eligible to compete.
       A person will not be permitted to win at more than one Show within the State in any one Show
          year. Persons not adhering to this rule will be required to forfeit/refund prize money.
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       State Final Prizes 1 $300 Spotlight Voucher Plus VAS Ltd plaque, 2        $150 Spotlight voucher, 3
       $50 Spotlight voucher
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PW2 Beginners 1 Piece of Patchwork
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       1 Place Class PW2 Gift Voucher donated by Miss Sampson’s Drapery
        (A beginner is a person who has been learning the art for less than 2 years)
PW3 Patchwork Machine and Hand Quilted
PW4 Patchwork Bag – pieced and/or embroidered
PW5 Article of Hand-Pieced Patchwork
       May include a little machine sewing. May be hand or machine quilted.
PW6 Machine Pieced Patchwork - may include a little hand sewing. May be hand or machine
quilted
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       1 Place Class PW6 Gift Voucher donated by Miss Sampson’s Drapery
PW7 Piece of Appliquéd Patchwork
PW8 Article of Appliquéd & Embroidered Patchwork
PW9 Wall Hanging - not exceeding 1 metre square
PW10 Patchwork Cushion Cover - Insert optional
PW11 Patchwork Baby Quilt – pieced and/or appliquéd
PW12 Any other Quilt not scheduled
PW13 Article of Patchwork made by more than one person
PW14 Patchwork, professionally quilted - to be judged on colour & design
       Winner Class PW14 to receive Machine Quilting to the value of $70 donated by L&S
Quilters
PW15 Appliquéd Patchwork - Professionally Quilted to be judged on colour & design
       Best Exhibit in sections PW14 & PW15 – Sash

JUNIOR PATCHWORK
Junior Classes Entry Fee 30 cents
Rosette for the best piece of patchwork

PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Rosette for the best piece of patchwork in sections PWJ1 & PWJ2
PWJ1 Primary School Student Patchwork
PWJ2 Primary School Student Patchwork - to include appliqué

SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Rosette - Best Exhibit in Secondary School Section PWJ3 – PWJ6
PWJ3 Secondary School Student Patchwork
PWJ4 Secondary School Student Patchwork - to include appliqué
PWJ5 Piece of Patchwork no greater than 40cm x 40cm, any technique
PWJ6 Quilt or Wall Hanging - made by more than one person


Section: PP
JUNIOR NEEDLEWORK & CRAFT

ALL EXHIBITS FOR PAVILION
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CLASSES TO BE IN THE HANDS OF THE STEWARDS BY 11.30 AM Thursday October 1
2009.
SCHOOL EXHIBITORS ARE ASKED NOT TO COLLECT EXHIBITS. THESE MAY BE
COLLECTED FROM THE SHOW OFFICE THE WEEK FOLLOWING THE SHOW OR WILL BE
RETURNED TO THE SCHOOLS BY ARRANGEMENT FOLLOWING THE SHOW. INDIVIDUAL
EXHIBITORS MUST ENSURE THAT EXHIBITS ARE COLLECTED AFTER 5PM SATURDAY
AND NO LATER THAN 6PM.
*Please note pavilions close at 4.30 pm Saturday to allow stewards preparation time for collection
of entries from 5 pm.

SENIOR STEWARD: Mrs Margaret Arnold.
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BULK SCHOOL ENTRIES CLOSE: September 11 2009
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INDIVIDUAL ENTRIES CLOSE: September 22 2009
ENTRY FEE: 30 cents
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PRIZE MONEY: 1 $2 & Certificate, 2 $1 & Certificate, 3 Certificate only if more than 7 entries

NOTE: If entries are too large they may not be displayed to advantage because of space
restrictions.

Please Note - Junior Section of Patchwork is under Section PWJ Patchwork & Quilting.

SECTION AWARDS
BEST EXHIBIT in Junior Needlework & Craft GIFT VOUCHER donated by Swan Hill Health
Food Shop

18 YEARS & UNDER
Best Exhibit 18 yrs & Under - Sash
PP1 Article of Needlecraft
PP2 Scrap booking, 1 page
PP3 Any other Handicraft - not scheduled

16 YEARS & UNDER
Best Exhibit 16 yrs & Under - Sash
PP4 Scrap booking, 1 page
PP5 Article of Needlecraft
PP6 Christmas Decoration
PP7 Any other Handicraft – not scheduled

14 YEARS & UNDER
Best Exhibit 14 yrs & Under - Sash
PP8 Scrap booking - 1 page
PP9 Article of Needlecraft
PP10 Christmas Decoration
PP11 Any other Handicraft – not scheduled

12 YEARS & UNDER
Best Exhibit 12 yrs & Under - Sash & $5 Encouragement Award donated by Mrs M. Kruger
PP12 Christmas Decoration
PP13 Article of Needlecraft
PP14 Scrap booking - 1 page
PP15 Decorated Commercial Article - Box, Plate, T-Shirt, etc.
PP16 Craft assembled from a kit
PP17 Modelling - Clay, dough, pottery, etc.
PP18 Greeting Card – hand made
PP19 Any other Handicraft – not scheduled

10 YEARS & UNDER
Best Exhibit 10 yrs & Under - Sash & $5 Encouragement Award donated by Mrs M. Kruger
PP20 Hand or Machine Sewn Article
PP21 Christmas Decoration
PP22 Article of Needlecraft
PP23 Modelling - Clay, dough, pottery, etc.
PP24 Decorated Commercial Article - Box, Plate, T-Shirt, etc
PP25   Collage - Size limit 40 X 58cm
PP26   Article made from Papier Mache
PP27   Craft, assembled from a kit
PP28   Greeting Card – hand made
PP29   Any other Handicraft – not scheduled

8 YEARS & UNDER
Best Exhibit 8 Years & Under - Sash & $5 Encouragement award donated by Mrs M Kruger
PP30 Decorated Paper Plate
PP31 Collage - Size limit 40 cm & 58 cm
PP32 Decorated Commercial Article - Box, T-Shirt, Teddy Bear, etc.
PP33 Scrap booking – 1 page
PP34 Threaded necklace or bracelet
PP35 Modelling - clay, dough, pottery, etc
PP36 Article made from Papier Mache
PP37 Craft assembled from a kit
PP38 Decorated flowerpot – Max size 12cm circumference
PP39 Article made from Recycled material - max 45cm X45 cm
PP40 Any other Handicraft – not scheduled

6 YEARS & UNDER
Best Exhibit 6 Years & Under – Sash & $5 Encouragement award donated by Mrs M Kruger
PP41 Thread work
PP42 Scrap booking – 1 page
PP43 Threaded necklace or bracelet
PP44 Wall Hanging
PP45 Decorated Paper Plate
PP46 Decorated flowerpot – maximum size 12cm circumference
PP47 Collage - size limit 40 cm X 58 cm
PP48 Craft assembled from a kit
PP49 Article made from Recycled material - max 45cm X45 cm
PP50 Any other Handicraft – not scheduled

BUILDING BLOCKS (e.g. LEGO)
All exhibits in these classes must be own design and firmly mounted on a base or appropriately
presented in a shoebox lid or similar to fit within 45cm X 45cm. No copies from Lego or similar
books.
Best Exhibit in this section – Trophy donated by TOYWORLD, Swan Hill

PP51   12 Years & under
PP52   10 Years & under
PP53   8 Years & under
PP54   6 Years & under


Section: V
ART

SENIOR STEWARD: Louisa Clifford
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ENTRIES CLOSE: September 22 2009
ENTRY FEE: 50 cents
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PRIZE MONEY: 1 $2 & Certificate, 2 $1 & Certificate, 3 Certificate only if more than 7 entries.

PLEASE NOTE: Exhibits must be staged in Leisure Centre between 8 am and no later than 11.30
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am on Thursday October 1 2009. Late exhibits will not be accepted.
All entries must have show entry ticket attached to front bottom left corner of exhibit.
All entries are to be plainly marked with name and address of exhibitor on back of exhibit.

All entries must be the original uncopied work of the exhibitor. Damaged work will be disqualified
and work must have been completed in the past 2 years and not previously exhibited at the Swan
Hill Show. Please note, Limit of 2 exhibits per person per class. Maximum size including frame is
not to exceed 78 cm x 81 cm.

SECTION AWARDS
Best Exhibit in art – sash

Open Art
Best Exhibit in Open Art - $75 voucher for a picture frame donated by Ron Harrop Picture
Framing
V1    Oils or acrylic, any subject
V2    Water Colour, any subject
V3    Pencil or Pen, any subject
V4    Mixed medium, any subject
V5    Graphic Art using Information Technology - Computer
V6    Charcoal Drawing – preferably sealed
V7    Printmaking, lino, wood, silkscreen etc
V8    Sculpture/Modelling max height 45cm
V9    Cartoon - Any Topic, any medium
V10 Any other art not scheduled

NOVICE ART
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(Open to people learning the art for less than 2 years, who have never won a 1 Prize at this or
any other show).
Best Exhibit in Novice Art - $50 Voucher for a picture frame donated by Mallee Picture
Framing

V11   Oil or Acrylic, any subject
V12   Water colour, any subject
V13   Pencil or Pen,
V14   Mixed medium, any subject
V15   Sculpture/Modelling max height 45cm
V16   Any other art not scheduled


Section: V V
JUNIOR ART

STEWARD:
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BULK SCHOOL ENTRIES CLOSE: September 11 2009
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INDIVIDUAL ENTRIES CLOSE: September 22 2009
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All exhibits must be in the hands of the Stewards by 11.30am 1 October
ENTRY FEE: 30 cents
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PRIZE MONEY: 1 $2 & Certificate, 2 $1 & Certificate, 3 Certificate only if more than 7 entries.

All entries must have show entry ticket attached to front bottom left centre of exhibit. All entries
are to be plainly marked with name and address of exhibitor on back of exhibit.

All work must have been completed in the past 12 months.
Exhibits must be staged in Leisure Centre between 8 am and not later than 11.30 am on
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Thursday October 1 . Late exhibits will not be accepted. All junior work to be unframed. All
paintings, drawings and posters in this section are to be no larger than 48cm x 40cm including
mountings, if any, unless otherwise specified. Larger work will not be displayed. Traced work will
not be considered.

Please note we are once again including a special needs section in our schedule. This section is
open to all children who have an integration aid or attends a special needs school. This does not
mean that they cannot enter the open sections as well.


18 YEARS & UNDER - OPEN SECTION
Best Exhibit Art 18 yrs & under - Sash
Size up to 60 X 42 cm, if canvas, must be able to be hung.

VV1     Watercolour, any subject
VV2     Oil or Acrylic, any subject
VV3     Pencil or Pen, any subject
VV4     Pastels, any subject
VV5     Graphic Art using Information Technology - Computer
VV6     Printmaking, lino, wood, silkscreen etc
VV7     Sculpture or Modelling max height 45cm
VV8     Any other Art - not scheduled

15 YEARS & UNDER - OPEN SECTION
Best Exhibit Art 15 yrs & under - Sash
Size up to 48cm X 40cm, if canvas, must be able to be hung.

VV9     Watercolour, any subject
VV10    Oil or Acrylic, any subject
VV11    Pencil or Pen, any subject
VV12    Pastels, any subject
VV13    Printmaking, lino, wood, silkscreen etc
VV14    Sculpture or Modelling max height 45cm
VV15    Any other Art - not scheduled

12 YEARS & UNDER - OPEN SECTION
Best Exhibit Art 12 yrs & under - Sash
Size up to 48cm X 40cm, if canvas, must be able to be hung.

VV16    Painting, any subject
VV17    Drawing, any subject
VV18    Graphic Art, using Information Technology
VV19    Painting on Any Other Medium - i.e. plaster, fabric, tile etc
VV20    Any other Art, not scheduled


10 YEARS & UNDER - OPEN SECTION
Best Exhibit Art 10 yrs & under - Sash
Size up to 48cm X 40cm, if canvas, must be able to be hung.

VV21    Painting, any subject
VV22    Drawing, any subject
VV23    Painting on Any Other Medium - i.e. Plaster, Fabric, Tile etc
VV24    Any other Art, not scheduled

8 YEARS & UNDER - OPEN SECTION
Best Exhibit Art 8 yrs & under - Sash
Size up to 48cm X 40cm, if canvas, must be able to be hung.
VV25    Painting, any subject
VV26    Drawing, any subject
VV27    Painting on Any Other Medium - i.e. Plaster, Fabric, Tile etc
VV28    Colouring - (pre-drawn picture)
VV29    Any other Art, not scheduled

6 YEARS & UNDER - OPEN SECTION
Best Exhibit Art 6 yrs & under – Sash
Size up to 48cm X 40cm, if canvas, must be able to be hung.

VV30 Painting, any subject
VV31 Drawing, any subject
VV32 Painting on Any Other Medium - i.e. Plaster, Fabric, Tile etc
VV33 Colouring - (pre-drawn picture)
VV34 Any other Art, not scheduled
SPECIAL NEEDS SECONDARY SCHOOL SECTION
SCHOOL AGE - 12 TO 18 YEARS

Best Exhibit Art 12 to 18 Years - Sash donated by Swan Hill Vineyards Pty Ltd

This is an additional section open only to children who have special needs and/or works with a
teacher’s aid.
Size up to 60 X 42 cm, if canvas, must be able to be hung.

VV35 Oil or Acrylic, any subject
VV36 Charcoal Drawing, any subject
VV37 Pastels, any subject
VV38 Pencil or Pen, any subject
VV39 Naïve Line Drawing, any subject
VV40 Printmaking, lino, wood, silkscreen etc
VV41 Sculpture or Modelling max height 45cm
VV42 Any other Art - not scheduled
VV43 Artwork -mixed medium
VV44 Collage

SPECIAL NEEDS PRIMARY SCHOOL SECTION
AGE - 6 TO 11 YEARS INCL.

Best Exhibit Art 6 - 11 yrs – Sash - donated by Swan Hill Vineyards Pty Ltd

This is an additional section open only to children who have special needs and/or works with a
teacher’s aid.
Size up to 48cm X 40cm, if canvas, must be able to be hung.

VV45    Oil or Acrylic, any subject
VV46    Charcoal Drawing, any subject
VV47    Pastels, any subject
VV48    Pencil or Pen, any subject
VV49    Naïve Line Drawing, any subject
VV50    Sculpture or Modelling max height 45cm
VV51    Any other Art - not scheduled
VV52    Artwork -mixed medium
VV53    Collage

Section: VH
JUNIOR HANDWRITING

SENIOR STEWARD: Annie Edgerton
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BULK SCHOOL ENTRIES CLOSE: September 11 2009
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INDIVIDUAL ENTRIES CLOSE: September 22 2009
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All exhibits must be in the hands of the Stewards by 11.30am 1 October
ENTRY FEE: 30 cents
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PRIZE MONEY: 1 $2 & Certificate, 2 $1 & Certificate, 3 Certificate only if more than 7 entries.

All prize money donated by A & P Society Ladies Committee.
Sashes in all sections - donated by Janette Davison.

Teachers Please Note:
The judge will be looking for: -
Letter formation
Punctuation
Overall even slope
No Rub outs
No spelling mistakes

VH0 Grade Prep
24 mm lines/ dotted lines. Full sheet of A4 paper. No margin, no Framing.
HB or 2B pencil recommended
Best Exhibit in Prep - Sash
        The pretty trees were all
along the river bank.


VH1 Grade 1
24 mm lines/dotted lines. Full sheet of A4 paper. No margin, no Framing.
HB or 2B pencil recommended
Best Exhibit in Grade 1- Sash
        White sheep, white sheep,
 On a blue hill,
When the wind stops,
  You all stand still.


VH2 Grade 2
18 mm lines/dotted lines, 2 cm margin. Full sheet of A4 paper, no framing.
HB or 2B pencil recommended.
Best Exhibit in Grade 2 - Sash
        Boats sail on the rivers,
 Ships sail on the seas;
But the clouds that sail across the sky
 Are prettier far than these.


VH3 Grade 3
18 mm lines/dotted lines, 2 cm margin. Full sheet of A4 paper, no framing.
HB, 2B or HB pencil recommended
Best Exhibit in Grade 3 - Sash
        Once a Spirit of the hills
 Where the gum-trees glisten,
Met the lyre-birds at their play,
 Stopped to look and listen.
VH4 Grade 4
14 mm lines/dotted lines. 2cm. margin. Full sheet of A4 paper, no framing.
HB pencil or ball point or roller ball pen recommended.
Best Exhibit in Grade 4 - Sash
       His father’s sheep were all his friends;
 The lambs he called by name;
And when they frolicked in the fields,
 The child would share the game.


VH5 Grade 5
9 mm lines/dotted lines, 2 cm margin. Full sheet of A4 paper, no framing.
Flourished capitals accepted. Good quality ballpoint recommended.
Best Exhibit in Grade 5 - Sash
From the farm and from the homestead, from every
Mallee town,
To every port and harbour where the great white
         roads go down,
Through all the sun-baked country, across the
rolling plain,
The golden wheat is moving, is moving once again.


VH6 Grade 6
9 mm lines/dotted lines. 2 cm margin. Full sheet of A4 paper, no framing.
Flourished capitals accepted. Good quality ballpoint recommended.
Best Exhibit in Grade 6 - Sash
One Christmas time, when months of drought
Had parched the western creeks,
The bush fires started in the north,
And travelled south for weeks.
At night, along the river side,
The scene was grand and strange-
The hill fires looked like lighted streets
         Of cities in the range.




Section: X
SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHY

SENIOR STEWARD: Mrs Lyn Banks
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ENTRIES CLOSE: September 22 2009
ENTRY FEE: 50 cents
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PRIZE MONEY: 1 $2 & Certificate, 2 $1 & Certificate, 3 Certificate only if more than 7 entries
SECTION AWARDS
Best Exhibit in Photography - Sash & $20 Voucher donated by Greg Cruickshank
Photographics

Please read these regulations they are important!

Judging is done prior to Show Week, therefore all entry forms and exhibits must reach: - The
Secretary’s office, Young Farmers Hall, McCallum Street, Swan Hill (postal address PO Box 61,
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Swan Hill, 3585) no later than 5pm Tuesday September 22 2009.
Maximum of two (2) prints may be entered per class, (Maximum size of photographs,
including any backing, borders etc. 15cm x 21cm). Unless otherwise specified.
No framed photos.
Exhibits are to be collected from the Secretary’s office, between 9am and 5pm, the week
following the Show.
This is an amateur competition, open to all ages.
All exhibits must be photographed by the exhibitor.
All entries are to be plainly marked with name and address of exhibitor on the BACK of the
photograph.
Please do not use texta.
Digital photos accepted in all sections.
Photos entered in previous Swan Hill Shows are not eligible to re-enter.

OPEN - BLACK & WHITE PRINTS
Maximum size of photographs, including any backing, borders etc 15 x 21cm.
Best Exhibit in Open Black & White Photography - Rosette - donated by Greg Cruickshank
Photographics

X1        Nature Study
X2        Portrait or Group of people
X3        ‘Yesterday’s Dream’
X4        Any other subject

OPEN - COLOUR PRINTS
Maximum size of photographs, including any backing, borders etc, 15 x 21cm.
Best Exhibit in Open Colour Photography - Rosette –- donated by Marg Carter

     X5      Australian Rural Scene
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             1 place rosette donated by Tricia Witney

     Print maybe any size up to 25cm x 30cm (10” x 12”). The winning Entry in this section will be judged at
     the Northern District Regional Group Finals held April 2010, where the winner will receive a trophy.
     Please note for Regional Judging the print has to be within the minimum size of 20cm x 25cm and the
     maximum size of 25cm and 30cm. Trimmed and mounted on cardboard with a 3cm border to allow for
     pinning.




X6        Portrait or Group of people
X7        Landscape - panoramic print accepted
X8        Waterscape/River scape
X9        Sunset - Sunrise
X10       Night Photography
X11       Series of Three (3) photographs - mounted on a backing no larger than 30cm x 40cm
X12       Close Up
X13       Reflections
X14       Photo suitable for Swan Hill & District tourism promotion
X15       Animal/bird
X16       ‘People at Work’
X17       Dust Storm

 X18         Life On The Land
             1st place rosette donated by Southern Mallee Bootscooters

 Print is to be unframed, not larger than 20 x 30cms, must be mounted (mount no larger than 3cms), black
 and white or colour. Professional photographers not eligible. Winner to go onto Group Final April 2010,
 and if successful, State Final at the 2010 Royal Melbourne Show
OPEN - MONOCHROME – INCLUDING SEPIA
Maximum size of photographs, including any backing, borders etc 15 x 21cm

X19   Any subject



NOVICE- BLACK & WHITE PRINTS
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(Open to people learning the art for less than 2 years, who have never won a 1 Prize at this or
any other show).
Maximum size of photographs, including any backing, borders etc, 15 x 21cm.
Best Exhibit in Novice Black & White Photography - Rosette - donated by Kennedy’s the
Jewellers

X20   Nature Study
X21   Portrait or Group of people
X22   Any subject not scheduled

NOVICE - COLOUR PRINTS
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Open to people learning the art for less than 2 years, who has never won a 1 Prize at this or any
other show.
Maximum size of photographs, including any backing, borders etc, 15 x 21cm.
Best Exhibit in Novice Coloured Prints - Rosette - donated by Kent’s Amcal Pharmacy

X23   Nature Study
X24   Portrait or Group of people
X25   Any subject not scheduled



Section: XX
JUNIOR PHOTOGRAPHY

SENIOR STEWARD: Mrs Lyn Banks
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ENTRIES CLOSE: September 22 2009
ENTRIES: 30 cents
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PRIZE MONEY: 1 $2 & Certificate, 2 $1 & Certificate, 3 Certificate only if more than 7 entries.

Regulations: Refer to Section X
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Photos must be at the Secretary’s Office by September 22 2009.
Maximum size of photographs, including any backing, borders etc 15 x 21cm.
Best Exhibit in Junior Photography – Rosette - donated by SMOARN.

14 YEARS & UNDER
XX1 Pet - Pets
XX2 Landscape - Waterscape
XX3 Flower - Flowers
XX4 Sunset - Sunrise
XX5 Portrait or Group of People
XX6 Any other subject not scheduled

								
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