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JUNIOR ART, CRAFT AND DESIGN & HOME ECONOMICS 7-15 September 2012

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION 2012 JUNIOR ART, CRAFT AND DESIGN & HOME ECONOMICS Goyder Pavilion, Goodwood Road, Adelaide Showground. All exhibits to be delivered, judged and removed (if applicable) from the Goyder Pavilion.

DELIVERY AND COLLECTION OF EXHIBITS Exhibits must be delivered at the times stated below and be accompanied by the Society computer print out of entry details. Once exhibits have been received, the pavilion will be closed for judging. Exhibits must be collected from the Goyder Pavilion at the time stated below on receipt of computer print out entry details or be returned to exhibitors if sufficient postage and packaging has been supplied.

DELIVERY, JUDGING AND COLLECTION TIMETABLE

SECTION

DELIVERY

JUDGING

Junior Art, Craft & Design

Monday 27 August 8.30 am to 12.30 pm

Tuesday 28 August

Monday 27 August 8.30 am to 12.30 pm

Tuesday 28 August

Home Economics

COLLECTION

Monday 17 September 8.30 am to 12 noon

EXHIBITS RECEIVED AFTER THE TIME SET DOWN WILL NOT BE JUDGED


JUNIOR ART, CRAFT AND DESIGN & HOME ECONOMICS CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES FRIDAY 6 JULY 2012 at 5.00 pm

CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES

The following conditions will strictly apply: • All entry forms, whether lodged in person or sent by post, or completed on-line must be in the Society’s possession at its Administration Office by 5.00 pm on Friday 6 July 2012. • Postal entry forms and fees will be accepted up to and including entries postmarked on or before the official closing date. • A late entry option is offered under the following conditions: Received or postmarked within 7 days of the official closing date and An additional fee equivalent to three times the standard entry fee per class is to be paid. • Late entry option is not available on-line. • When sending entry forms and fees by post, the onus is on the exhibitor to ensure adequate delivery time. • Entry forms by facsimile or email are strictly forbidden and will be destroyed. • If you require formal acknowledgement that your entry has been received, please include a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your entry form. • Absolutely no exception to the above conditions will be made to any exhibitor under any circumstance.

ON LINE ENTRIES

Entries for the Junior Art, Craft & Design and Home Economics sections can be submitted online in 2012. Please go to theshow.com.au for further information.

ENTRY FEE (GST INCLUDED)

Postage stamps will not be accepted as payment for entry fees. Entry fees: - $3 per entry School/Junior classes Exhibitors need NOT be members of the RA&HS. Make cheques payable to RA&HS and post with completed entry forms to: RA&HS – Junior Art, Craft, Design, Home Economics, PO Box 40 GOODWOOD SA 5034 Enquiries: Telephone 08 8210 5211 or email info@adelaideshowground.com.au

SPECIAL REGULATIONS

Exhibitors are reminded that the Society’s General Regulations apply to all sections of the Show and that the Special Regulations hereunder set out, which apply to this section only, are merely supplementary to and subject to these General Regulations. A copy of the General Regulations may be obtained from the Society’s website at theshow.com.au or upon request from the Society’s Administration Office.

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

Please read the schedule carefully, as changes may have occurred from previous years. Exhibits may be rejected if they do not fit the criteria as printed. • In all classes an exhibit can only compete in one class. • Exhibits/work entered in the Royal Adelaide Show in previous years cannot be entered in subsequent years. • The Society will not accept responsibility for any exhibit entered in a wrong class and transfers will not be permitted. • The Society will not under any circumstances hold itself responsible for any loss or damage to any exhibit. • The judges are empowered to award a certificate or prize, whether there are one or more exhibits, providing they deem the exhibit worthy. They may award second prize in lieu of first or third prize in lieu of second. • The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence may be entered into. • IN JUNIOR CLASSES: Exhibitors should note that entry forms must be signed by parent, guardian or teacher stating that the work entered is the original and unaided work of the exhibitor. • IN DRESSMAKING, KNITTING AND CROCHET CLASSES, garments that have been worn will be disqualified. • IN POTTERY CLASSES, all clay work must be fired.

TRANSFERS

Please ensure exhibits are entered in the correct class at time of entry. No exhibits will be transferred to another class after closing date of entries.


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MEMBERSHIP

Exhibitors need not be members of the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of SA Inc. Membership fees Adults $140, Juniors $48 (under 18) as at 1 January 2012.

PRIZES

Prizes of First $15, Second $5 and Third $3 will be awarded in Home Economics. In addition to the prizes listed, cards may be awarded in accordance with the following table. First, Second and Third – Cards, 10 to 15 exhibits – One Commended card, 16 to 20 exhibits – Two Commended cards, Over 20 exhibits – Three Commended cards. Prize cards not collected will not be forwarded by the Society. SPECIAL NOTES - For Junior Art, Craft and Design Exhibitors: • In Junior ART, CRAFT and DESIGN Classes, judges will award Certificates of Merit to no more than 25% of entries if the standard of entries warrant. • Recipients of Certificates of Merit will also receive $6. • All Certificate of Merit entries will be displayed, together with as many other entries as the display space will permit. • Any school submitting a large number of entries is encouraged to place a small coloured spot or sticker on their work to facilitate easy identification when the work is collected. • Names, school names and ages should not be displayed. • Work in the “not included elsewhere” classes will not be accepted if it could have been entered in one of the above classes. • Any exhibit not conforming to the size stipulated will not be placed before the judge and will not be displayed. • No framed work or work with glass will be accepted.

PAYMENT OF PRIZE MONEY

EFT is a more efficient form of payment of prize money. Exhibitors are requested to nominate bank account details on the space provided on the entry form to facilitate prompt payment of prize money. Exhibitors who do not nominate a bank account may be paid by cheque by indicating on the entry form. Please note – payment by cheque will be made after EFT payments are processed. Please note that cheques will be made out in the name of the exhibitor. If you do not have an account in the name you have entered under, you will need to be paid via EFT.

To assist the Society, would you please ensure cheques are deposited promptly into a bank account. Replacement prize cheques will be issued up to 31 December 2012, however a fee of $10 may be charged. If the cheque to be replaced is not returned then an additional fee will be charged to cover the cost of cancellation. Any concerns regarding prize money must be raised with the Society by 31 December.

PRIZE MONEY COLLECTION

Alternatively, prize money, up to $50 cash in total, can be collected from the Administration Office on the dates below Show Time Friday 7 to Saturday 15 September – 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm daily Or Monday 17 September 9.00 am to 5.00 pm. Photo identification (eg driver's license) will be required when collecting prize money.

PRIZE MONEY AND GST

Prize money as stated in the Prize Schedule does not include GST. The prize money which we pay to successful exhibitors depends on information provided to us. If you confirm that you are GST registered and provide your Australian Business Number (ABN), we will pay the appropriate prize money plus 10% GST. We will provide you with a Recipient Created Tax Invoice which you will need to submit to the Australian Taxation Office. In entering the competition, you acknowledge your agreement to the following: You will not issue a tax invoice to the RA&HS in respect to prize money received; You will notify the RA&HS if you cease to be registered for GST. If you provide your Australian Business Number but are not registered for GST, we will pay the prize money as detailed in the Prize Schedule without reference to the GST. If you confirm you are entering as part of a private recreational pursuit or hobby, we will pay the prize money as detailed in the Prize Schedule without reference to GST.

IMPORTANT

It is important that you either: • Confirm you are entering as part of a private recreational pursuit or hobby, or • Confirm you are entering as a GST registered business and supply your ABN Failure to do either of the above will cause the RA&HS to withhold 48.5% of your prize money in accordance with Australian tax legislation.


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The RA&HS is not a tax consultant and therefore assumes no liability for actions taken as a result of these guidelines. In any instances where an entrant or sponsor is uncertain of the tax implications of their involvement, they should consult their own accountant or tax advisor.

RESTRICTION OF ENTRIES

YOUR PRIVACY

If the number of exhibits exceeds the space available, the Society reserves the right to display prize winning exhibits only. • Maximum size of articles (unless otherwise specified), for display in Art & Craft cabinets, must be 1300mm high by 1000mm. (Measurement taken diagonally across the base for 3 dimensional exhibits).

If you do not want your details to be made available to other parties, please tick the box on the entry form supplied by the RA&HS. Your personal information will then only be used by the RA&HS to maintain contact with you and allow us to manage your entries. The RA&HS reserves the right to inform prize sponsors of the details of recipients to enable distribution of their voucher/product prizes. Please note: by ticking the box to suppress your details, your name will appear in the Catalogue (if applicable) but your address will not.

EXHIBIT CARDS

After entries have closed, exhibit cards will be forwarded to exhibitors and must accompany each entry. These cards should be securely fastened to entries so that the card is clearly seen when the work is displayed. Straight pins must not be used to attach exhibit cards. Every separate article of a set must bear the exhibit number and be attached to the set by mounting. Exhibits must not have any identification markings or names, other than the exhibit cards supplied by the Society.

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JUNIOR ART, CRAFT AND DESIGN CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES FRIDAY 6 JULY 2012 at 5.00 pm

DELIVERY - MONDAY 27 AUGUST

(Refer Timetable Inside Front Cover) “Exhibitors wishing to have their work the category of being weapons, will be accepted considered for display should attach a minimum for judging or display. of four Velcro hook tabs on the back corners of No clipart or commercially available images are all pieces entered”. to be included in computer generated entries, Exhibitors are requested to read the conditions unless advised otherwise. of entry and the delivery and removal of exhibits 5 to 6 years of age- Exhibits must not be larger timetable, before lodging entries. than an A3 sheet, 297mm x 420mm. AGES OF ALL EXHIBITORS WILL BE TAKEN AS 7 to 18 years of age- Exhibits must not be larger OF 1 SEPTEMBER OF THE CURRENT YEAR than an A2 sheet, 420mm x 594mm. (except for class 137 where large paintings on canvas are EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE: permitted). Exhibitors can only submit one entry per Class Any exhibit not conforming to the size stipulated All Certificate of Merit entries will be displayed, will not be placed before the judges for judging. together with as many other entries as the display space will permit. Any school submitting a large number of entries is encouraged to place a small coloured spot or sticker on their work to facilitate easy identification when the work is collected. Names, school names and ages should not be displayed, on the front of the work. No framed work or work with glass will be accepted for judging. Exhibitors should attach a minimum of four adhesivebacked Velcro hook tabs to their 2D exhibits if they would like them to be displayed. No images that may offend, or items that fall into

GLOSSARY

Collage: A picture including scraps of paper and other odds and ends pasted on. Still Life: A picture of an arrangement of inanimate objects. Portrait: A likeness of a person. Photomontage: A selection of photographs or parts of photographs pieced together and attached to a surface to form another visual image. Pinata: A Pinata is a brightly-coloured paper mache container traditionally filled with confectionery or treats

ART 5 TO 6 YEARS OF AGE Class 1–Drawing, Still Life, using any drawing media.

Class 9–Drawing, Featuring an Australian Bird or Australian Animal, using a variety of drawing media.

Class 2–Drawing, Still Life, using collage and any drawing or painting media.

Class 10–Drawing, Artistic interpretation of a Dream, using a variety of drawing media.

Class 3–Drawing, Underwater Monsters, using any drawing media.

Class 11–Painting, Still Life including flowers, using a variety of painting media.

Class 4–Drawing, Australian Countryside Landscape, using any drawing media.

Class 12–Painting, An Aerial view of a favourite place, using any painting media.

Class 5–Drawing, At the Beach, using any drawing media.

Class 13–Painting, Australian Landscape, using mixed media.

Class 6–Drawing, Portrait or Figure Study, using collage and any drawing media.

Class 14–Painting, Australian Landscape viewed from above, using any painting media. Collage can be included.

Class 7–Drawing, People in Action, using a variety of drawing media. Class 8–Drawing, Featuring a Bird or Animal, using any drawing media.

Class 15–Painting, Children Playing, using more than one painting media.


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Class 16–Painting, Portrait or Figure study, using any painting media. Collage can be included.

Class 31–Drawing, Portrait or Figure Study, using a variety of drawing media. Collage may be included.

Class 17–Painting, My Favourite Toy, using any painting media.

Class 32–Drawing, Playing Games, using any drawing media.

Class 18–Painting, Featuring Farmyard Animals, using a variety of painting media.

Class 33–Drawing, Featuring a Bird or Animal, using any drawing media.

Class 19–Painting, Featuring a Bird or Animal, using a variety of painting media.

Class 34–Drawing, Featuring an Australian Bird or Animal, using a variety of drawing media.

Class 20–Print, any example of printmaking. For example, Relief print, stencil print, leaf print, block print using any printmaking media. Size A4, to be attached to a heavier card for display purposes. Class 21–Computer Generated Print, A Fantasy Animal or Bird Size A4, to be mounted on slightly heavier card for display purposes.Not to include clip art images. Class 22–Computer Generated Print for a Letter of the Alphabet e.g. A is for Apple. Size A4, to be attached to a slightly heavier card for display purposes. Class 23–Computer Generated Print, "The Monster". Not to include clipart images. Size A4, to be attached to a heavier card for display purposes. Class 24–Sculpture, any example of threedimensional art in any media. Clay sculptures must be fired. Class 25–Any Example of Art Work, not included elsewhere. (Items submitted in this class that should have been entered in one of the above classes will not be judged).

7 TO 8 YEARS OF AGE Class 26–Drawing, Still Life, using any drawing media. Class 27–Drawing, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 28–Drawing, Metropolitan Landscape including buildings, using any drawing media. Class 29–Drawing, Australian Countryside Landscape, using any drawing media. Class 30–Drawing, At the Beach, using any drawing media.

Class 35–Painting, Still Life, using more than one painting media. Class 36–Painting, Still Life, using collage and a range of drawing and painting media. Class 37–Painting, A Dream, using any painting media. Class 38–Painting, Australian Landscape, using mixed media.Collage may be included. Class 39–Painting, A Special Place, any mixed media. Class 40–Painting, Portrait or Figure Study, using a variety of painting media. Class 41–Painting, Our House, using any painting media. Class 42–Painting, Featuring Animals or Birds, using a variety of painting media. Class 43–Painting, Featuring a Bird or Animal, using a variety of painting media. Class 44–Painting, Still Life, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 45–Painting, Figure Study, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 46–Painting, Landscape, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 47–Print, any example of printmaking. For example, Relief print, stencil print, leaf print, block print, using any printmaking media. Size A4, to be attached to a heavier card for display purposes. Class 48–Sculpture, any example of threedimensional art in any media. Clay sculptures must be fired.


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Class 49–Any Example of Art Work, not included elsewhere. (Items submitted in this class that should have been entered in one of the above classes will not be judged). Class 50–A Digital Photograph, Portrait of a special person in your life. Not to be digitally enhanced. Maximum photo size, A4. Mounting on card is encouraged. Class 51–A Photograph, A Building in a Landscape, Not to be digitally enhanced. Maximum photo size, A4. Mounting on card is encouraged. Class 52–A Photograph, Still Life Arrangement of Flowers, Fruit or Vegetables. Not to be digitally enhanced. Maximum photo size, A4. Mounting on card is encouraged. Class 53–A Photograph, any subject matter. Digital manipulation is encouraged. Maximum photo size, A4. Mounting on card is encouraged.

9 TO 10 YEARS OF AGE Class 54–Drawing, Still Life, including flowers or plants, using a variety of drawing media. Class 55–Drawing, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 56–Drawing, Still Life, including collage and a range of drawing media. Class 57–Drawing, City Landscape, using a variety of drawing media. Class 58–Drawing, Australian Countryside Landscape, using any drawing media. Class 59–Drawing, At the Beach, using any drawing media. Class 60–Drawing, Portrait, using any drawing media. Collage may be included. Class 61–Drawing, Figure Study, using any drawing media. Collage can be included. Class 62–Drawing, Featuring an Australian Bird or Animal, using any drawing media. Class 63–Drawing, Featuring a Bird or Animal, using a variety of drawing media. Class 64–Painting, Still Life, using any painting media. Collage and drawing may be included.

Class 65–Painting, A Local Landmark, using a variety of painting media. Class 66–Painting, Australian Landscape, using any painting media. Class 67–Painting, A Bowl of Fruit, or an Arrangement of Vegetables, using collage and a variety of painting and drawing media. Class 68–Painting, Portrait or Figure Study, using a variety of painting and drawing media. Collage may be included. Class 69–Painting, Children Playing, using any painting media. Class 70–Painting, Still Life or Landscape, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 71–Painting, Portrait or Figure Study, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 72–Print, any example of printmaking. For example, Relief print, stencil print, leaf print, block print, using any printmaking media. Size A4, to be attached to a heavier card for display purposes. Class 73–Print, Computer Manipulated Photograph, any subject matter. Using Photoshop or other programs. Size A4, to be attached to a heavier card for display purposes. Class 74–Computer Generated Print, Fantasy Landscape. Not to include Clipart images. Size A4, to be attached to a heavier card for display purposes. Class 75–Computer Generated Print for a Book Illustration, including part of your story. Size A4, to be attached to a slightly heavier card for display purposes. Class 76–Computer Generated Print, Still Life with Flowers. Not to include clipart images. Size A4, to be attached to a heavier card for display purposes. Class 77–Sculpture, any example of threedimensional art in any media. Clay sculptures must be fired. Class 78–Any Example of Art Work, not included elsewhere. (Items submitted in this class that should have been entered in one of the above classes will not be judged).


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Class 79–A Digital Photograph, Portrait of a special person in your life. Not to be digitally enhanced. Maximum photo size, A4. Mounting on card is encouraged. Class 80–A Photograph, A Building in a Landscape. Not to be digitally enhanced. Maximum photo size, A4. Mounting on card is encouraged. Class 81–A Photograph, Still Life Arrangement of Flowers, Fruit or Vegetables. Not to be digitally enhanced. Maximum photo size, A4. Mounting on card is encouraged. Class 82–A Photograph, any subject matter. Digital manipulation is encouraged. Maximum photo size, A4. Mounting on card is encouraged.

11 TO 12 YEARS OF AGE Class 83–Drawing, Still Life, using a variety of drawing media. Class 84–Drawing, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 85–Photomontage, any subject matter. Class 86–Drawing, Australian Landscape, using a variety of drawing media. Class 87–Drawing, Portrait or Figure Study, using a variety of drawing media. Collage may be included. Class 88–Drawing, Figure Study, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 89–Drawing, Landscape, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 90–Painting, Featuring a Family Pet, using a variety of painting media. Class 91–Painting, Featuring a Bird or Animal, using any painting media. Class 92–Painting, any subject matter, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied.

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Class 93–Computer Generated Print, Metropolitan Landscape, including Buildings. Size A4, to be attached to a slightly heavier card for display purposes. Google SketchUp can be used. Class 94–Sculpture, any example of threedimensional art in any media. Clay sculptures must be fired. Class 95–Any Example of Art Work, not included elsewhere. (Items submitted in this class that should have been entered in one of the above classes will not be judged). Class 96–A Digital Photograph, Portrait of a special person in your life. Not to be digitally enhanced. Maximum photo size, A4. Mounting on card is encouraged. Class 97–A Photograph, A Building in a Landscape. Not to be digitally enhanced. Maximum photo size, A4. Mounting on card is encouraged. Class 98–A Photograph, Still Life Arrangement of Flowers, Fruit or Vegetables. Not to be digitally enhanced. Maximum photo size, A4. Mounting on card is encouraged. Class 99–A Photograph, any subject matter. Digital manipulation is encouraged. Maximum photo size, A4. Mounting on card is encouraged. Class 100–Print, any example of printmaking. For example, Relief print, stencil print, leaf print, block print, using any printmaking media. Size A4, to be attached to a heavier card for display purposes.

13 TO 15 YEARS OF AGE Class 101–Drawing, Still Life, using a variety of drawing media. Class 102–Drawing, Still Life, using collage and a range of drawing media. Class 103–Drawing, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 104–Drawing, My School, using any drawing media. Collage may be included. Class 105–Drawing, Australian Countryside Landscape, using any drawing media.


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Class 106–Drawing, At the Beach, using any drawing media. Class 107–Drawing, Featuring a Bird or Animal, using any drawing media.

16 TO 19 YEARS OF AGE Class 121–Drawing, Still Life, using any drawing media.

Class 108–Painting, Still Life, using any painting and drawing media.

Class 122–Drawing, Still Life, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied.

Class 109–Painting, Landscape, in the style of an artist you have studied. Inclue a copy of the image you have studied.

Class 123–Drawing, Portrait or Figure Study, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied.

Class 110–Painting, Australian Countryside Landscape, using any painting media.

Class 124–Drawing, Landscape, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied.

Class 111–Painting, On the Jetty, using any painting media. Class 112–Painting, Portrait or Figure Study, using any painting media. Collage may be included. Class 113–Painting, Dancing, using any painting media. Class 114–Painting, Featuring a Bird or Animal, using any painting media. Class 115–Painting, Figure Study, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 116–Painting, Still Life or Landscape, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 117–Print, any example of printmaking. For example, Relief print, stencil print, leaf print, block print, using any printmaking media. Size A4, to be attached to a heavier card for display purposes. Class 118–Print, Computer Manipulated Photograph, any subject matter. Using Photoshop or other programs. Size A4, to be attached to a heavier card for display purposes. Class 119–Sculpture, any example of threedimensional art in any media. Clay sculptures must be fired. Class 120–Any Example of Art Work, not included elsewhere. (Items submitted in this class that should have been entered in one of the above classes will not be judged).

Class 125–Any example of drawing not included elsewhere. Items submitted in this class that should have been entered in one of the other classes will not be judged. Class 126–Painting, Still Life, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 127–Painting, Landscape, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 128–Painting, Figure Study or Portrait, in the style of an artist you have studied. Include a copy of the image you have studied. Class 129–A Photograph, any example of experimental photography. Print not to exceed A3 in size, mounting can be extra. Class 130–Drawing, Featuring a Bird or Animal, using any drawing media. Class 131–Painting, Any Subject Matter, using a variety of painting media. Collage and drawing may be included. Class 132–Painting, Landscape, using a variety of painting media. Class 133–Painting, Portrait or Figure Study, using collage and a variety of painting media. Class 134–Print, any subject, using any printing techniques. Size A4, to be attached to a heavier card for display purposes. Class 135–Computer Generated Artwork. Size up to A3, to be attached to a slightly heavier card for display purposes. Google SketchUp can be used. Class 136–Sculpture, any example of threedimensional art in any media. Clay sculptures must be fired. Class 137–Painting on Board or Canvas, any subject matter. Not to exceed 1 square metre in area. Please ensure your canvas or board has a wire for hanging purposes.


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Class 140–Painting, Landscape, using any painting media.

(for students who attended secondary school in 2011)

Class 141–Painting or Drawing, any other example of artwork, not included in classes above. Items submitted in this class that should have been entered in one of the other classes will not be judged.

Class 138–Drawing, Portrait or Figure Study, using any drawing or painting media. Class 139–Painting, Portrait or Figure Study, using any painting and associated media.

CRAFT 5 TO 6 YEARS OF AGE Class 142–Piece of Two-Dimensional Craft Work. Could include Batik, tie-dye, weaving, silk painting, collage, applique, knitting, crochet, macrame etc. Class 143–Piece of Three-Dimensional Craft Work. Could include, Puppets, totem poles, utilitarian articles, wooden toys, money boxes, jewellery boxes etc. Class 144–Craft Kit Assemblage/Construction, any example of an assembled commercially available craft. Except for Lego constructions. Class 145–A Puppet, made from any materials. Class 146–Papier Mache, Pinata, in the form of a fantasy bird or animal. Sweets not to be included. Class 147–Papier Mache, Mask. Other materials can be attached, such as wool, rafia feathers, materials, jewellery etc. Class 148–A Necklace, using found natural or recycled materials Class 149–A safe Toy, using any materials.

7 TO 8 YEARS OF AGE Class 150–Piece of Two-Dimensional Craft Work. Could include Batik, tie-dye, weaving, silk painting, collage, applique, knitting, crochet, macrame etc. Class 151–Piece of Three-Dimensional Craft Work. Could include, Puppets, totem poles, utilitarian articles, wooden toys, money boxes, jewellery boxes etc. Class 152–Craft Kit Assemblage/Construction, any example of an assembled commercially available craft article. Except for Lego constructions.

Class 153–Fabric Work, any article, using any fabric materials. Class 154–An accessory item, decorated in the style of an artist you have studied this year. eg Shoe, Handbag, Hat, Scarf, Rubberboot, glove etc. Class 155–Papier Mache, Pinata, in the form of a fantasy bird or animal. Sweets not to be included. Class 156–Papier Mache, Mask, or Totem Pole. (not to exceed 1 metre in height). Other materials can be attached. Class 157–Jewellery Item, using found, natural or recycled materials. eg Clock or computer parts, seeds or seed pods, lids, fishing line, rafia, nails, screws, wood, foil, copper etc. Class 158–A safe Toy, using any materials.

9 TO 10 YEARS OF AGE Class 159–Piece of Two-Dimensional Craft Work. Could include Batik, tie-dye, weaving, silk painting, collage, applique, knitting, crochet, macrame etc. Class 160–Piece of Three-Dimensional Craft Work. Could include, Puppets, totem poles, utilitarian articles, wooden toys, money boxes, jewellery boxes etc. Class 161–Fabric Work, any article. Using any fabric materials. Class 162–An accessory item, decorated in the style of an artist you have studied this year. eg Shoe, Handbag, Hat, Scarf, Rubberboot, Glove etc. Class 163–Clay Work, any article of fired clay. Class 164–Craft Kit Assemblage/Construction, any example of an assembled commercially available craft article. No Lego constructions.


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Class 165–Papier Mache, Pinata, in the form of a fantasy bird or animal. Sweets not to be included. Class 166–Papier Mache, Mask or Totem Pole (not to exceed 1 metre in height). Other materials can be attached. Class 167–Jewellery item, using found, natural or recycled materials eg Clock or computer parts, seeds or seed pods, lids, fishing line, rafia, nails, screws, wood, foil, copper etc. Class 168–A safe Toy, using any materials. Class 169–Any Craft Article, not included elsewhere. (items submitted in this class that should have been entered in one of the above classes, will not be judged), no Lego constructions.

11 TO 12 YEARS OF AGE Class 170–Piece of Two-Dimensional Craft Work. Could include Batik, tie-dye, weaving, silk painting, collage, applique, knitting, crochet, macrame etc. Class 171–Piece of Three-Dimensional Craft Work. Could include, Puppets, totem poles, utilitarian articles, wooden toys, money boxes, jewellery boxes etc. Class 172–Fabric Work, any article using any fabrics. Class 173–An accessory item, decorated in the style of an artist you have studied this year. eg Shoe, Handbag, Hat, Scarf, Rubberboot, Glove etc. Class 174–Clay Work, utilitarian or sculptural. Any article of fired clay. Class 175–Creative Garment Construction, any example of creative use of fabrics for clothing. Class 176–Papier Mache, Pinata, in the form of a fantasy bird or animal. Sweets not to be included. Class 177–Papier Mache, Mask. Other materials can be attached, such as wool, rafia, feathers, materials, jewellery. Class 178–Jewellery Item, using found natural or recycled materials. eg Clock or computer parts, seeds or seed pods, lids, fishing line, rafia, nails, screws, wood, foil, copper etc.

Class 179–A safe Toy, using any materials. Class 180–Any Craft Article, not included elsewhere. (Items submitted in this class that should have been entered in one of the above classes, will not be judged), no Lego constructions.

13 TO 15 YEARS OF AGE Class 181–Creative Papier-Mache, any example of 'creative' papier mache (e.g. masks, puppets, sculptures, totem poles, vases, bowls, piggy-banks etc). Class 182–Clay Work, Utilitarian or Sculptural. Any article of fired clay. Class 183–An accessory item, decorated in the style of an artist you have studied this year. eg Shoe, Handbag, Hat, Scarf, Rubberboot, Glove etc. Class 184–Mosaic, any subject matter, using mosaic materials. Class 185–Papier Mache, Mask. Other materials can be attached, such as wool, rafia, feathers, materials, jewellery etc. Class 186–Jewellery Item,using found natural or recycled materials. eg clock or computer parts, seeds or seed pods, lids, fishing line, rafia, nails, screws, wood, foil, copper. Class 187–A safe Toy, using any materials. Class 188–Any Craft Article, not included elsewhere. (Items submitted in this class that should have been entered in one of the above classes, will not be judged), no Lego constructions.

16 TO 19 YEARS OF AGE Class 189–Fabric Work, any article. Could include, clothing, quilting, embroidery etc. Class 190–Creative Papier-Mache, any example of 'creative' papier mache (e.g. masks, puppets, sculptures, totems poles, vases, bowls, piggy-banks etc). Class 191–Clay Work, Utilitarian or Sculptural. Any article of fired clay. Class 192–Creative Garment Construction, any example of creative use of fabrics for clothing.


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Class 193–An accessory item, decorated in the style of an artist you have studied this year. eg Shoe, Handbag, Hat, Scarf, Rubberboot, Glove etc. Class 194–Any Craft Article, not included elsewhere. (Items submitted in this class that should have been entered in one of the above classes, will not be judged), no Lego constructions.

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(for students who attended secondary school in 2011) Class 195–Creative Garment Construction, any example of creative use of fabrics for clothing. Class 196–Any example of craft work not included elsewhere. Items submitted in this class that should have been entered in one of the other classes will not be judged.

DESIGN: Communication and Product 7 TO 8 YEARS OF AGE Class 197–Design an A3 Poster, to celebrate 175 years of the Society. In 2014, the RA&HS will celebrate 175 years. Any media can be used, as can computers to assist you with your final presentation.

Class 202–Product Design. Write a Product Design Brief and present a final solution to the brief. Drawings, models and/or prototypes that show the development of the idea can be presented. Any media can be used. The design brief should accompany your entry.

11 TO 12 YEARS OF AGE

Class 198–Communication Design, Write a Communication Design Brief and present a final solution to the brief. Drawing, models and/or prototypes that show the development of the idea can be presented. Any media can be used. The design brief should accompany your entry.

Class 203–Design an A3 Poster, to celebrate 175 years of the Society. In 2014, the RA&HS will celebrate 175 years. Any media can be used, as can computers to assist you with your final presentation.

Class 199–Product Design. Write a Product Design Brief and present a final solution to the brief. Drawings, models and/or prototypes that show the development of the idea can be presented. Any media can be used. The design brief should accompany your entry.

Class 204–Communication Design. Write a Communication Design Brief and present a final solution to the brief. Drawings, models and/or prototypes that show the development of the idea can be presented. Any media can be used. The design brief should accompany your entry.

9 TO 10 YEARS OF AGE Class 200–Design an A3 Poster, to celebrate 175 years of the Society. In 2014, the RA&HS will celebrate 175 years. Any media can be used, as can computers to assist you with your final presentation. Class 201–Communication Design. Write a Communication Design Brief and present a final solution to the brief. Drawings, models and/or prototypes that show the development of the idea can be presented. Any media can be used. The design brief should accompany your entry.

Class 205–Product Design. Write a Product Design Brief and present a final solution to the brief. Drawings, models and/or prototypes that show the development of the idea can be presented. Any media can be used. The design brief should accompany your entry.

13 TO 15 YEARS OF AGE Class 206–Design an A3 Poster, to celebrate 175 years of the Society. In 2014, the RA&HS will celebrate 175 years. Any media can be used, as can computers to assist you with your final presentation.


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Class 207–Communication Design. Write a Communication Design Brief and present a final solution to the brief. Drawings, models and/or prototypes that show the development of the idea can be presented. Any media can be used. The design brief should accompany your entry. Class 208–Product Design. Write a Product Design Brief and present a final solution to the brief. Drawings, models and/or prototypes that show the development of the idea can be presented. Any media can be used. The design brief should accompany your entry.

16 TO 19 YEARS OF AGE Class 209–Design an A3 Poster, to celebrate 175 years of the Society. In 2014, the RA&HS will celebrate 175 years. Any media can be used, as can computers to assist you with your final presentation. Class 210–Communication Design. Write a Communication Design Brief and present a final solution to the brief. Drawings, models and/or prototypes that show the development of the idea can be presented. Any media can be used. The design brief should accompany your entry. Class 211–Product Design. Write a Product Design Brief and present a final solution to the brief. Drawings, models and/or prototypes that show the development of the idea can be presented. Any media can be used. The design brief should accompany your entry.

GRADUATED STUDENTS

(for students who attended secondary school in 2011) Class 212–Design an A3 Poster, to celebrate 175 years of the Society. In 2014, the RA&HS will celebrate 175 years. Any media can be used, as can computers to assist you with your final presentation. Class 213–Communication Design. Write a Communication Design Brief and present a final solution to the brief. Drawings, models and/or prototypes that show the development of the idea can be presented. Any media can be used. The design brief should accompany your entry. Class 214–Product Design. Write a Product Design Brief and present a final solution to the brief. Drawings, models and/or prototypes that show the development of the idea can be presented. Any media can be used. The design brief should accompany your entry.


JUNIOR HOME ECONOMICS CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES FRIDAY 6 JULY 2012 at 5.00 pm

DELIVERY - MONDAY 27 AUGUST

(Refer Timetable Inside Front Cover) Exhibitors are requested to read the conditions of entry and the delivery and removal of exhibits timetable, before lodging entries. AGES OF ALL EXHIBITORS WILL BE TAKEN AS AT 1 SEPTEMBER OF THE CURRENT YEAR.

EMBROIDERY In the following embroidery classes the main aim of the section is to judge the embroidery, taking into consideration creativity, neatness and finish, excellence of technique and skill level. Some suggested articles are mats, bags, evening bags, library bags, pencil cases, placemats, cushions, pin cushions, needle cases, toys, pillowslips, aprons, baby bonnets, dresses, singlets, bookmarks or embroidery on garments.

5 TO 7 YEARS OF AGE Class 215–THE COUNTRY BUMPKIN PRIZE Hand Embroidered Article, simple surface stitches. eg. running, chain or stem stitch. • First prize Product (value $34.95) sponsored by Country Bumpkin. A-Z of Embroidery Stiches • Second Product (value $12.95) sponsored by Country Bumpkin. Inspirations magazine Class 216–Any Decorated Article, using needle and thread. Class 217–Any Article, showing work by students with special needs using needle and thread eg any type of stitchery. MOST OUTSTANDING EMBROIDERY EXHIBIT FOR EXHIBITORS 5 TO 7 YEARS OF AGE

8 TO 10 YEARS OF AGE Class 218–THE COUNTRY BUMPKIN PRIZE Hand Embroidered Article, using embroidery stitches from stencil, graph, own, or computer design. eg. chain, running, blanket stitch, lazy daisy. • First prize Product (value $34.95) sponsored by Country Bumpkin. A-Z of Embroidery Stiches • Second Product (value $12.95) sponsored by Country Bumpkin. Inspirations magazine Class 219–Hand Embroidered Article, showing counted thread work or tapestry. eg cross stitch or long stitch.

Class 220–Fabric Toy, with hand decoration and/ or embroidery stitches. Class 221–Any Decorated Article, showing work by students with special needs and using needle and thread. Class 222–Any Embroidered Article, using needle and thread not included elsewhere eg patchwork, applique. MOST OUTSTANDING EMBROIDERY EXHIBIT FOR EXHIBITORS 8 TO 10 YEARS OF AGE.

11 to 12 YEARS OF AGE Class 223–Hand Embroidered Article, showing surface stitchery. eg chain stitch, blanket stitch, French knots, long stitch, cross stitch or hardanger. Class 224–THE COUNTRY BUMPKIN PRIZE Hand Embroidered Article, showing counted thread work or tapestry eg cross stitch or long stitch. • First prize Product (value $34.95) sponsored by Country Bumpkin. A-Z of Embroidery Stiches • Second Product (value $12.95) sponsored by Country Bumpkin. Inspirations magazine Class 225–Machine Embroidery, using computer generated or free motion machine embroidery. Class 226–Fabric Toy, with hand decoration and/ or embroidery stitches. Class 227–Pencil Case or Bag, with hand decoration and/or embroidery stitches.


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Class 228–Applique, Patchwork or Quilting, any suitable article or garment.

15 to 16 YEARS OF AGE

Class 229–Any Decorated Article, showing work by students with special needs using fabric, needle and thread.

Class 238–Hand Embroidered Article, showing surface stitchery. eg Chain stitch, blanket stitch, French knots, stumpwork, beading, ribbon or gold work.

Class 230–Any Embroidered Article, using needle and thread not included elsewhere. eg smocking.

Class 239–Hand Embroidered Article, showing counted thread work or tapestry eg cross stitch, hardanger or long stitch.

THE EMBROIDERERS' GUILD OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA PRIZE for MOST OUTSTANDING EMBROIDERY EXHIBIT FOR EXHIBITORS 11 TO 12 YEARS OF AGE. • $50 sponsored by Embroiderers' Guild of SA Inc

Class 240–Machine Embroidery, using computer generated or free motion machine embroidery. eg cushion, bag or wall hanging.

13 TO 14 YEARS OF AGE

Class 242–Any Embroidered Article, using needle and thread not included elsewhere eg smocking, applique, or quilting.

Class 231–THE COUNTRY BUMPKIN PRIZE Hand Embroidered, showing surface stitchery. eg chain stitch, blanket stitch, French knots, long stitch, cross stitch, or hardanger. • First prize Product (value $34.95) sponsored by Country Bumpkin. A-Z of Embroidery Stiches • Second Product (value $12.95) sponsored by Country Bumpkin. Inspirations magazine Class 232–Hand Embroidered Article, showing counted thread work or tapestry eg cross stitch or long stitch. Class 233–Machine Embroidery, using computer generated or free motion machine embroidery. Class 234–Applique, Patchwork or Quilting, any suitable article or garment. Class 235–Decorative Article, showing creative use of various materials eg felting, stumpwork, beading. Class 236–Any Article, showing work by students with special needs and using fabric, needle and thread. Class 237–Any Embroidered Article, using needle and thread not included elsewhere. eg smocking. THE COTTAGE CRAFTS PRIZE for MOST OUTSTANDING EMBROIDERY EXHIBIT FOR EXHIBITORS 13 TO 14 YEARS OF AGE. • Voucher (value $20) sponsored by Cottage Crafts

Class 241–Any Decorated Article, showing work by students with special needs and using fabric, needle and thread.

THE SA COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION INC - STATE HANDICRAFT COMMITTEE PRIZE for MOST OUTSTANDING EMBROIDERY EXHIBIT FOR EXHIBITORS 15 TO 16 YEARS OF AGE • Voucher (value $15) sponsored by SA Country Women's Association Inc - State Handicraft Committee

17 TO 18 YEARS OF AGE Class 243–Hand Embroidered or Counted Thread Article, from own design, computer aided design or kit using embroidery stitches eg cross stitch, chain stitch, hemstitching, or hardanger. Class 244–Machine Embroidered Article, using computer generated or free motion machine embroidery. eg cushion, bag, or wall hanging. Class 245–Applique, Patchwork or Quilting, any suitable article or garment. Class 246–Decorative Article, showing creative use of various materials eg embellishing, felting, stumpwork, beading, ribbon or gold work. Class 247–Any Decorated Article, showing work by students with special needs using fabric, needle and thread. Class 248–Any Embroidered Article, using needle and thread not included elsewhere. eg smocking. MOST OUTSTANDING EMBROIDERY EXHIBIT FOR EXHIBITORS 17 TO 18 YEARS OF AGE.


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THE ROSE SOCIETY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA PRIZE for BEST EMBROIDERY EXHIBIT OVERALL DEPICTING ROSES Exhibits from all age categories are eligible for this award. • $75 sponsored by Rose Society of South Australia

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The Rose Society of South Australia would like to acknowledge the winner by displaying the exhibit at their Spring Rose Show at the Burnside Community Centre in October 2012.

KNITTING AND CROCHET Work in this section will be judged on the evenness of the stitches, the tension and the finish of the article.

5 TO 7 YEARS OF AGE Class 249–Any Article Made From Wool eg. Pom Pom, French Knitting (tom boy stitch), weaving or knitting

8 TO 10 YEARS OF AGE Class 250–Any Article, hand or machine knitted using yarn or thread eg baby booties, knitted squares, dolls clothes, toys, scarf, finger puppets, coat hanger covers, French knitting or pom poms.

11 TO 13 YEARS OF AGE Class 251–Any Article, hand or machine knitted using yarn or thread eg beanie, hat, baby booties, dolls clothes, scarf or toy.

14 TO 15 YEARS OF AGE Class 253–Any Article, hand or machine knitted, using yarn or thread eg knee rug, scarf, bag cushion, coat hanger or toy. Class 254–Any Crocheted Article eg coat hanger, rug, beanie, scarf. Class 255–Knitted Beadwork eg bag, purse or dolls clothes.

16 TO 18 YEARS OF AGE Class 256–Any Article, hand or machine knitted, using yarn or thread eg childs jumper, knee rug, scarf, bag cushion, or beanie. Class 257–Any Crocheted Article eg coat hanger, toy, rug. Class 258–Knitted Beadwork eg bag, purse or dolls clothes.

Class 252–Any Crocheted Article eg coat hanger, toy, rug.

TEXTILE ARTICLE AND GARMENT CONSTRUCTION Work in the following section will be judged on the quality of the sewing whether it be by hand or machine, the suitability of fabric to the style and the construction methods, attention to detail, excellence of technique, neatness and finish.

5 TO 7 YEARS OF AGE Class 259–Group of Three Buttons, any article decorated with a minimum of three buttons sewn to fabric. eg bookmark. Class 260–Household or Personal Article, made by hand or machine. eg pin cushion, mobile

Class 261–Any Article, using fabric and thread made by students with special needs. ♦♦ First prize Product; Second Product Class 262–Any Article, not included elsewhere.

8 TO 10 YEARS OF AGE Class 263–Any Article Decorated with buttons stitched to fabric eg bookmark, toy, picture, needle case or pencil case. Class 264–Household or Personal Article, made by hand or machine. eg Christmas decoration, fabric toy, cushion, bag, pillowslip or dolls clothes.


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Class 265–Garment, made by hand or machine eg boxer shorts, doll's clothes or apron. Class 266–THE COUNTRY BUMPKIN PRIZE Any Article, suitable for school use eg library bag, bookmark or pencil case. • First prize Product (value $34.95) sponsored by Country Bumpkin. A-Z of Sewing • Second Product (value $14.95) sponsored by Country Bumpkin. Australian Smocking & Embroidery magazine Class 267–Group Article, made as a group effort by more than one person. eg applique, patchwork. Class 268–Any Article, not included elsewhere.

11 TO 12 YEARS OF AGE Class 269–Household or Personal Article, made by hand or machine. eg bag, cushion, toy, educational article, pencil case, pillowslip, fabric toy or apron. Class 270–Pencil Case or Bag, incorporating a fastening. eg zipper, buttons, velcro or snaps. Class 271–Garment, any article suitable for casual wear, sleepwear or lingerie eg shorts, skirt, apron, childs garment or t-shirt. Class 272–Any Article, which has been restyled or redesigned from recycled materials eg jeans bag, cushion, garment, costume or fancy dress. Class 273–Group Article, made as a group effort by more than one person. eg applique, patchwork quilt or wall hanging. Class 274–THE COUNTRY BUMPKIN PRIZE Any Article, using fabric and thread made by students with special needs. • First prize Product (value $34.95) sponsored by Country Bumpkin. A-Z of Sewing • Second Product (value $14.95) sponsored by Country Bumpkin. Australian Smocking & Embroidery magazine Class 275–Any Article, not include elsewhere. THE CHARLES PARSONS (SA) PTY LTD PRIZE for MOST OUTSTANDING GARMENT AND ARTICLE CONSTRUCTION EXHIBIT FOR EXHIBITORS 11 TO 12 YEARS OF AGE • Product (value $75) sponsored by Charles Parsons (SA) Pty Ltd

13 YEARS OF AGE Class 276–Household or Personal Article, made by hand or machine. eg bag, cushion, toy, educational article, pencil case, pillowslip, fabric toy or apron. Class 277–Pencil Case or Bag, incorporating a fastening. eg zipper, buttons, velcro or snaps. Class 278–THE COUNTRY BUMPKIN PRIZE Garment, any article suitable for casual wear, sleepwear or lingerie eg shorts, skirt, apron, childs garment or t-shirt. • First prize Product (value $34.95) A-Z of Embroidery Stiches, sponsored by Country Bumpkin • Second Product (value $12.95) Inspirations magazine sponsored by Country Bumpkin Class 279–Any Article, which has been restyled or redesigned from recycled materials eg jeans bag, cushion, garment, costume or fancy dress. Class 280–Group Article, made as a group effort by more than one person. eg applique, patchwork quilt or wall hanging. Class 281–THE COUNTRY BUMPKIN PRIZE Any Article, using fabric and thread made by students with special needs. • First prize Product (value $34.95) A-Z of Sewing sponsored by Country Bumpkin • Second Product (value $14.95) Australian Smocking & Embroidery magazine sponsored by Country Bumpkin Class 282–Any Article, not included elsewhere. eg patchwork or quilting. MOST OUTSTANDING GARMENT FOR EXHIBITORS 13 YEARS OF AGE.

14 YEARS OF AGE Class 283–Household or Personal Article, made by hand or machine. eg bag, cushion, educational article, pencil case, pillowslip, fabric toy, or apron. Class 284–Garment, any article suitable for casual wear, sleepwear, lingerie or designer wear for a teenager. eg shorts, skirt, apron, childs garment, t-shirt, dress or jacket.


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Class 285–THE COUNTRY BUMPKIN PRIZE Pencil Case or Bag, incorporating a fastening. eg zipper, buttons, Velcro or snaps. • First prize Product (value $34.95) A-Z of Sewing sponsored by Country Bumpkin • Second Product (value $14.95) Australian Smocking & Embroidery magazine sponsored by Country Bumpkin

Class 295–Group Article, made as a group effort by more than one person

Class 286–Any Article, which has been restyled or redesigned from recycled materials eg jeans bag, cushion, garment, costume or fancy dress.

Class 298–Household or Personal Article, made by hand or machine. eg bag, cushion, educational article, pencil case, pillowslip, fabric toy, apron or wall hanging.

Class 287–Group Article, made as a group effort by more than one person eg applique, patchwork quilt or wall hanging.

Class 299–Garment, any article suitable for casual wear, sleepwear or active wear eg shorts, top, skirt, childs garment or t-shirt.

Class 288–THE COUNTRY BUMPKIN PRIZE Any Article, using fabric and thread made by students with special needs. • First prize Product (value $34.95) sponsored by Country Bumpkin. A-Z of Sewing • Second Product (value $14.95) sponsored by Country Bumpkin. Australian Smocking & Embroidery magazine

Class 301–Any Article, which has been restyled or redesigned from recycled materials eg jeans bag, cushion, garment, costume or fancy dress.

Class 296–Any Article, using fabric and thread made by students with special needs. Class 297–Any Article, not included elsewhere MOST OUTSTANDING GARMENT FOR EXHIBITORS 15 TO 16 YEARS OF AGE

17 to 18 YEARS OF AGE

Class 300–Garment, any fashion article for a teenager. eg dress, lined skirt, pants, vest or jacket.

Class 302–Patchwork or Quilted Article, made by hand or machine. eg cushion, quilt or wall hanging.

Class 289–Any Article, not included elsewhere eg patchwork or quilting.

Class 303–Any Article, using fabric and thread made by students with special needs.

THE AUSTRALIAN SEWING GUILD PRIZE MOST OUTSTANDING GARMENT FOR EXHIBITORS 14 YEARS OF AGE • $25 sponsored by Australian Sewing Guild Inc.

Class 304–Any Article, not included elsewhere

15 TO 16 YEARS OF AGE Class 290–Household or Personal Article, made by hand or machine eg bag, cushion, educational article, pencil case, pillowslip, fabric toy, apron or wall hanging. Class 291–Garment, any article suitable for sleepwear or casual wear. eg shorts, top, skirt, childs garment or t-shirt. Class 292–Garment, any fashion article suitable for a teenager eg dress, lined skirt, pants, vest or jacket. Class 293–Any Article, which has been restyled or redesigned from recycled materials eg jeans bag, cushion, garment, costume or fancy dress. Class 294–Patchwork or Quilted Article, made by hand or machine. eg cushion, quilt or wall hanging.

MOST OUTSTANDING GARMENT FOR EXHIBITORS 17 TO 18 YEARS OF AGE


Want to support the Royal Adelaide Show? You are invited to sponsor the Royal Adelaide Show - South Australia’s largest and best loved annual event. Sponsors can be individuals, clubs, associations, businesses or product suppliers. Prize sponsors play an integral part in the Royal Adelaide Show by providing tangible rewards for successful exhibitors and encouraging competition and the pursuit of excellence. Sponsors can nominate the name of their sponsored prize and are acknowledged in print in the Prize Schedule in association with their sponsored prize. Prize sponsors often have an association or attachment to the class, breed or competition they support. Identify the competition, breed, section or class you would like to support and contact the Sponsorship Manager today. Prizes can be cash, trophies, gift vouchers or appropriate product. Trophies can be purchased by the RA&HS of SA on your behalf or you can choose your own. Sponsorship Manager, Karen Holthouse can be contacted on 08 8210 5255 or kholthouse@adelaideshowground.com.au


COMPETITIVE EXHIBITORS Conditions of Entry HAZARD REPORTING Competitors must notify the Area/Pavilion Supervisor or the Venue Management Office immediately of any hazards detected. Hazards are any situation which has the potential to cause: 1. Injury, illness or death to people or animals either immediately or in the future 2. Damage or destruction to property

INCIDENT REPORTING Competitors must notify the Area/Pavilion Supervisor or the Venue Management Office immediately an incident occurs which has resulted in: 1. The injury, illness or death of any person or animal 2. The damage, destruction or loss of property 3. A near miss incident that could have resulted in the consequences listed in 1 and 2

WASTE DISPOSAL All waste including liquids must be disposed of responsibly. Storm drains must not be used for the disposal of any waste.

HAZARD MINIMISATION All areas must be kept in a clean and tidy order with clearly defined and available access and exit routes at all times. Build up of combustible waste must be avoided. Care must be taken to minimise trip hazards and obstacles that people may walk into. Avoid laying unprotected cables or pipes on or above paths, walkways or roads.

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS The RA&HS are to be advised of all hazardous materials that are to be brought onto the Showground. Appropriate warning signs and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) will need to be provided before allowing these materials on site.

MEDIA COMMENTS Any public comment on emergencies, incidents or other venue matters should only come from the RA&HS. The key media spokesperson for the RA&HS is the Marketing Manager.

DUTY OF CARE All competitors have a “Duty of Care” to avoid exposing themselves or other people to situations which could lead to injury. This “Duty of Care” extends to the prevention of damage to property.

LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY

1. Release Entry to and remaining on the Showground is entirely at the risk of the Exhibitor and to the maximum extent permitted by law, the Exhibitor releases the Society (which term includes in this clause the Society’s officers, employees, members and agents), from all claims and demands of every kind resulting from any accident, damage or injury occurring at the Showground, and without limitation, the Exhibitor acknowledges: (a) the Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss, damage or injury to or caused by any Exhibit; (b) the Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss, damage or injury to or caused by any Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees and Agents; (c) the Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss, damage or injury to a Motor Vehicle or any of its contents whilst it is located on the Showground; and (d) without limiting Regulations 1 (a) and 1 (b) above, the Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss, damage or injury resulting from the sale, treatment, failure to treat, destruction, disposal or other dealing with any Exhibit, or for loss, damage or injury to any personal belongings, equipment or property brought onto the Showground. 2 Indemnity To the maximum extent permitted by law, the Exhibitor must indemnify and keep indemnified the Society and its officers, employees, members and agents from and against all actions, claims, demands, losses, damages, costs, expenses and liabilities including without limitation, consequential loss and loss of profits for which the Society is or may be or become liable in respect of or arising from: (a) loss, damage or injury to any person in connection with the Exhibit or the relevant Event; (b) without limiting Regulation 2(a), loss, damage or injury to any other Exhibit or Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees, Agents, or to the property of the Society, or its members, or to the general public, caused or contributed to or by any act or omission of an Exhibit of the Exhibitor or by the Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees or Agents; and


COMPETITIVE EXHIBITORS Conditions of Entry (c) without limiting Regulation 2(a), loss, damage or injury to the Exhibit, or the Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees, or Agents caused or contributed by an act or omission of an Exhibit of the Exhibitor or by the transportation, feeding or housing of an Exhibit of the Exhibitor. 3 Removal from Showground Without prejudice to any other provision in these Regulations, where the Society, its officers, employees, members or agents removes an Exhibit, or causes an Exhibit to be removed from the Showground, the Exhibit is removed or caused to be removed entirely at the risk of the Exhibitor. The person or persons removing the Exhibit will be deemed to be the agent of the Exhibitor, and his or her acts and omissions will be deemed to be the acts and omissions of the Exhibitor. 4. Insurance The Society will arrange Compulsory Owner’s Liability insurance cover for all Exhibitors of Exhibits being animals. The Exhibitor is bound by the terms and conditions of this insurance and by Statutory Duties as defined under the Insurance Contracts Act (1984). Details of the Compulsory Owner’s Liability insurance are set out in the Relevant Schedule 5. Personal effects The Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss or damage caused to personal belongings, equipment or property which is brought onto the Showground by an Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees or Agents. EMERGENCY INFORMATION Emergency information and Emergency Assembly Points for the various animal pavilions and stables will be included with Exhibitor Entry Detail Returns and Notice to Exhibitor mail outs. Competitors should be familiar with these plans. FIRST AID During the Royal Adelaide Show, St John Ambulance provides First Aid Services but it is suggested that competitors have a basic First Aid kit if minor injuries are a possibility. RA&HS EMERGENCY FACILITIES Fire fighting and other emergency equipment must not be removed or used for any other purpose. Missing or unserviceable equipment should be reported to the Venue Management Office immediately.

SMOKING The RA&HS Smoking Code does not permit smoking inside buildings, within 10 metres of a building entrance, around combustibles, during public performances or while handling hazardous materials. TRAFFIC CONTROL The RA&HS Traffic Control Code imposes speed restrictions within the Showground. For the duration of the Royal Adelaide Show the speed limit is 10 kph.The use of vehicles inside the Showground is closely managed during the Royal Adelaide Show. Conditions of entry will be provided with the issue of Vehicle Entry Permits. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 1. All extension cords and electrical appliances must be tested and tagged in accordance with current legislation as per Australian Standards 3760. 2. Power boards with overload protection can only be used at the discretion of the Venue Manager. 3. The use of double adaptors is strictly prohibited. 4. Appliances and power cables must not be used or laid through any area that may become wet. 5. Power cables must not be laid across walkways, paths, roads or any area where damage could occur to the cable. 6. Bar (resistance) heaters are strictly prohibited. 7. Light sockets must not be used for any other purpose


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