Remagine - Terms and Conditions

Remagine 2021 – Conditions of Entry

Please read the Conditions of Entry because they change every year.

Remagine is a competitive, non-acquisitive competition and exhibition. Remagine is organised and sponsored by Hornsby Shire Council and delivered in partnership with Hornsby Art Society, through the Remagine Project Team. The Remagine Project Team shall hereafter be referred to as the Organisers.

All entries must address an element of the 2021 theme: Fast fashion, fast food, fast running out of natural resources – entries that do not address an element of the theme will not be considered for the competition or exhibition.


1.1 Remagine is open to all permanent Australian residents aged 16 years and over (as at 4 June 2021), with the exception of participating judges, members of the Remagine Prize Project Team and their immediate family.

1.2 All artworks must be original work commenced and completed by the entrant within the last thirty-six months (36) months (May 2018 – May 2021).


2.1 Entries to Remagine 2021 open 18 December 2020 and close at midnight, Monday 17 May 2021.

2.2 The entrant must nominate their work to fit into one of the three following categories: 1. Digital Art – Stills, 2. Mixed Media 3D/ Mixed Media 2D, 3. Painting, Drawing & Printmaking

2.2.1 Digital Art - Stills is defined as any artistic practice or artwork that relies on the use of computers in its main creation. A Still or Still Imagery is considered to be a non-moving visual representation. Digital photography, digital imaging, digital painting and digital illustrating, subject to the Conditions of Entry, will be accepted into the Digital Art category. All finalist artworks submitted into the Digital Art – Stills Category must be printed and framed.

2.2.2 Mixed Media 3D is defined as artworks created in three dimensions such as sculpture. For the purposes of the Remagine competition, all Mixed Media 3D works should use some recycled/reused materials in the construction of the artwork. Mixed Media 2D is defined as artwork created in two dimensions such as collage. For the purposes of the Remagine competition, all Mixed Media 2D works should use some recycled/reused materials in the construction of the artwork.

2.2.3 Printmaking is defined as the production of images using various techniques of multiplication, done by the hand of the artist. The Remagine Art Prize accepts prints utilising (partially or totally) the three major printing processes: relief, intaglio and surface (including lithography and stencil methods). Photography, reproduction prints, digital art, documentary photography (of performance art) and pigment printing or Giclee printing will not be accepted within the Painting, Drawing and Printmaking category of the Remagine Art Prize.

2.3 Entries (including digital photographs of the artwork) are to be submitted online at

2.4 One photograph is required to complete an entry submission. Artists entering work into the Mixed Media 3D and Mixed 2D may submit two photos.

2.5 Digital photographs of artwork should be no more than 2MB.

2.6 An entry comprises of a completed online submission including digital photograph/s of the artwork/video and payment of a non-refundable entry fee of $20.00 (including GST) per artwork. Payment of entry fee is to be made online at the time of submitting the entry.

2.7 There is a maximum of three entries per person. A separate entry form needs to be completed for each entry.


3.1 All artworks submitted must be complete.

3.2 Any works proposed to be hung must be appropriately mounted with D rings attached 7.5cm from the top edge.

3.3 Works with hanging wire, inappropriate cord, screw eyes, other protruding metal or wire will not be accepted. Works with perishable items such as food will not be accepted.

3.4 Mixed Media 3D artworks should be accompanied by a white plinth for exhibition. If artists do not have access to a suitable plinth, please contact the Remagine Project Manager.

3.5 A label with artist’s name, phone number, title of work and price must be marked clearly on the back of each artwork. These details must be the same as the entry form.

3.6 All submissions require an artist statement, maximum 150 words. This should include how the work addresses an element of the theme ‘Fast fashion, fast food, fast running out of natural resources’. Council reserves the right to edit all finalist artist statements.

3.7 Where the artwork consists of multiples, a photograph illustrating the set-up of the multiples must be attached to the work with the label.

3.8 The Remagine Project Team reserves the right to disqualify an artwork without recourse or refund if the artwork does not meet the abovementioned presentation standards.


4.1 The maximum size of artworks entered into Remagine is limited to one hundred and ten centimetres (110cm) in any one direction and 15kg. Please contact the Remagine Project Manager at for more information.

4.2 Any artwork that exceeds this size or weight will not be considered for the exhibition or award.


5.1 The Remagine Finalists’ Exhibition will take place at Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre, 25 Edgeworth David Avenue, Hornsby. It will run from Friday 4 June to Sunday 20 June 2021.

5.2 All works selected for the exhibition will be listed on Hornsby Shire Council website on Wednesday 19 May 2021 at

5.3 Artists will also be advised by email and/or phone of their inclusion in the exhibition.

5.4 All works selected for exhibition must remain on show for the duration of the exhibition. No early collection can be accommodated.

5.5 All artworks are hung in the best relative position as determined by Hornsby Art Society.


6.1 All artworks selected for exhibition must be delivered to the Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre on Friday 28 May between 8am-5pm. Only artworks selected for exhibition will be accepted at the Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre. Commercial couriers may pre-arrange to deliver artworks. If circumstances prohibit Artists from delivering their work/s at the set time, then Artists are advised to contact the Remagine Project Manager.

6.2 All delivery and collection costs are the responsibility of the artist.

6.3 Works not delivered at the designated time will be ineligible for exhibition and disqualified from final adjudication.


7.1 Artists must collect their work/s on Sunday 20 June 2021 from Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre from 5pm-7pm or on Monday 21 June 2021 by prior arrangement with the Remagine Project Manager.

7.2 If circumstances prohibit Artists from collecting their work/s at the set time, then Artists are advised to contact the Remagine Project Manager to make alternative arrangements.

7.3 Work/s not collected by 16 July 2021 will be disposed of at the discretion of Hornsby Shire Council.


8.1 The judging panel will select artworks for exhibition based on digital files submitted as part of the entry process. The final adjudication will take place once the exhibition has been installed.

8.2 All prizes will be awarded on the advice of the judges, with the exception of the People’s Choice Award. The judges’ decision is final.

8.3 Voting for the People’s Choice Award will close on Sunday 20 June 2021 at 4pm. The winner will be notified by phone and email and announced through Council’s media and social media channels.

8.4 Entrants shall not offer any gifts, hospitality or other inducements to judges or the Remagine Project Team for the duration of the competition and exhibition. The offer of any gifts, hospitality or other inducements to judges may result in the disqualification of the entrants’ artwork from the competition.

8.5 The Organisers present the Remagine Competition and Finalists’ Exhibition. Entrants’ artworks are judged by a panel of independent adjudicators. The Organisers reserve the right to amend the prize pool; not to award prizes or add additional prizes based upon on the Judge’s decisions.


9.1 Prizes will be detailed at


10.1 All artworks exhibited in Remagine are for sale with the price clearly marked on both the back of the artwork and in the entry submission.

10.2 The Hornsby Art Society will coordinate the sale of works and charge a commission of 25%. If GST should be applied to the sale of your artwork, please include it in the total sale price.


11.1 The Organisers will take all reasonable care but will not be responsible for any loss or damage to any artwork whilst in their custody. The Organisers do not insure the works whilst in transit, in storage or on exhibition. Artists must arrange their own insurance to cover potential damage, loss or theft.


12.1 Copyright for submitted works remains the property of the entrant.

12.2 Finalist entrants grant the Organisers’ non-exclusive license to use images of their work, in print and online, within Australia for;

12.2.1 A period of three years for the purposes of promoting Remagine.

12.3 If Hornsby Shire Council would like to use your artwork, other than for promoting Remagine, Hornsby Shire Council will contact the Artist directly to seek approval.


13.1 Artists will be credited both online, and alongside their physical artworks, when on display.


14.1 All personal information collected by the Organisers will be used solely for the purposes of the delivery of the annual Remagine exhibition.