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Posters For Sight 2014

Diabetes is a silent blinder...
Don't be left in the dark

The theme for this year's Poster For Sight competition was loss of sight caused by diabetes. With diabetes fast becoming an epidemic in many poorer communities of the world, awareness of the potentially blinding risks of this disease is paramount. 

Posters are a powerful way to raise awareness and communicate, bringing about a call to action. Posters For Sight gave students and teachers an opportunity to test their visual communication skills in sharing our message with you.

Congratulations to all our designers on a diverse range of posters - selecting the finalists was a difficult task for our judges. All entrants must be complimented on their creativity and the high quality of their work.

Please take a moment to reflect on the messages within these three fabulous winning posters, and visit our dedicated Posters For Sight webpage to view the finalists.

Congratulations to our winners!
Tertiary Category:
Sarah Tee 'A Blind Eye' (Tafe SA)
Middle School category:
Vanessa Huynh 'Untitled' (Our Lady of The Sacred Heart College)
Primary School category:
Holly Hyde 'Do you see what I see?' (Scotch College)

The Posters For Sight Exhibition 
A selection of shortlisted posters is being exhibited at UniSA’s Jeffrey Smart building throughout October 2014. Visit the Forum space and enjoy the digital exhibition at selected times each day.

Health Partner's People’s Choice Award
Health Partners Optical have an exhibition of shortlisted posters on display in their new optical showroom at 101 Pirie Street, Adelaide.
To vote for your favourite poster, visit their website and place your vote before November 1st for your chance to WIN a $200 optical voucher.

Thank you
Posters For Sight has been made possible by the generosity of our Principal Sponsor Health Partners and Supporting Partner High Noon Trust. 

Posters For Sight is a collaborative initiative between Sight For All and the University of South Australia’s matchstudio (with the Art & Design of Health and Wellbeing Research and Innovation Cluster).

Donations and support
Sight For All welcomes your assistance with our fundraising initiatives and is extremely grateful for your donations and support. Our work is sustained by the generosity of our sponsors, the general public and our incredible volunteers - for further information on how you can help, please call us on 8222 4937 or visit our website to learn more.
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