The Beaufort Street Window Carnevale will see cash prizes of $250 paid to businesses who decorate their shop windows or residents who spruce up their front yard.
The Carnevale is being run by the City of Stirling and Inglewood on Beaufort. Business and residents between Walcott Street, Mount Lawley and Salisbury Street, Inglewood (including side streets) can get involved.
Inglewood on Beaufort is providing cash prizes of $250 for each of eight categories, and you can win more than one category! The categories are:
- Best Window
- Best Front Yard
- Best Mt Lawley entry
- Best Inglewood entry
- Best Artwork (from galleries/art collectives)
- Best Primary School entry
- Best Secondary School entry
- Lucky Voter
All you need to do is register and create a window or front yard display by 14 March 2016 that: uses at least 50% recycled, found or everyday objects; gives a nod to the Easter theme; and gives a nod to who you are.
For more information and to register, go to www.stirling.wa.gov.au/development/Projects/Pages/placemaking.aspx
The old Benjamin’s bead shop window in Inglewood has been decorated by Juliet Borshoff of Design Merchants.
Now it’s time to get creative with your own display, or to donate a window for local artists and schools.