*When we say Women we're talking cis, trans & non-binary inclusive.


 Let's face it, these last couple of years have less than exciting for our social calendars. We've miss opportunities to gather, connect, learn, dance and share in each other's physical company. It's been hard. But 2022 is going to be different (hopefully!) and we're excited about that!

So what better way to celebrate putting events back on the calendar than with an actual calendar -  One filled with beautiful art by local women artists. 

We're looking for twelve Victorian women artists to contribute to our Queen Victoria Women's Centre  2022 Art Calendar.

This year's calendar theme is:


Our theme is a reflection of this current moment in history. It's a call for a feminist future, and for women to be seen and heard and to hold space. Artists are encouraged to interpret this theme any way they like. We can't wait to see your entries!



Post your art to instagram and tag #QVWC2022ARTCALENDAR

Submissions due: Sunday 17th October 2021 

Artists must be based in Victoria.

Artwork should work in portrait format. Calendars will be printed as A4 portrait size. Dimensions 210mm W x 297H.

You are welcome to enter as many pieces as you like.

Finalists will be contacted via DM and asked to submit a high res. version of their artwork via email to shop@qvwc.org.au

Artwork does not need to be created exclusively for this calendar, however you as the artist must own the license to your work, and it may not be licensed anywhere else except your own sales channels. (eg. the same artwork should not be sold to another brand).

QVWC agrees to use your artwork for the specified purpose only and will not be reproduced and sold elsewhere. Artists retain the rights to their original artwork.



Each selected artist will receive a prize payment of $300 + 2 copies of the printed calendar.

For updates follow us on socials @qvwc_shop

Calendars will be available for sale via our online store from early November.

All proceeds from the sale of QVWC Art Calendars will go towards the Queen Victoria Women's Centre's work supporting women through creative experiences, community resources and the power of connection.