Home Industry

Are you constantly asked for the recipe of that great slice you make?

 

Are you the person that is always asked to knock something together for your local school?

 

Are you a cake decorating extraordinaire?

If so, Home Industry is the event for you!

2019 sees the 3rd year of this community-focused event showcasing all that is amazing about living in this isolated paradise of ours. As we celebrate 50 years of the Nameless Jarndunmunha Festival, once again it is very exciting to present the Home Industry Hub.

This event celebrates the innovation and the ingenuity of our locals by lining them up against each other in traditional home based industry, such as baking, timber craft, gardening, photography, fabric work and metal work.

The Home Industry Hub will be showcased in the Clem Thompson Pavillion. Take a look through the competitor entry kit and be inspired, as we challenge you to enter not one, but maybe two categories with one of your creations.

Will you be the next 2019 winner of one of the many categories available to enter?

 

Home Industry is divided into two sections:

 

  • Junior Home Industry – open to early years and primary school children.

 

  • Home Industry – open to all secondary children and adults.

Please click on the links on the right for more information, schedules and entry forms.

Please click here to download the Home Industry 2019 schedule.

Home Industry
Junior Home Industry

Delivery Of Exhibits:

Exhibits must be delivered to the Home Industry Hub at Clem Thompson Oval during these times….

  • All entries, apart from consumables, must be delivered to the Home Industry Hub on Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th August between 4pm and 6pm.
  • All food entries must be delivered to the Home Industry Hub on Friday 9th August between 8am and 3pm (any late entries will not be accepted due to closure for judging).

 

Collection of Exhibits:

  • You must collect your exhibit on Festival Saturday between 4pm and 6pm.
  • Please remember to collect your exhibit during these times to help the volunteer committee attend other tasks during festival pack up.
  • Your understanding in this matter is greatly appreciated.
  • For further information, please contact the Event Coordinator at homeindustry@namelessfestival.com.au

Judging:

  • The Judges for this event are selected from community members who have specialised experience in the areas they are judging.
  • All judging will be completed ‘blind’. Exhibitor’s names will not be seen by the judges until after Judging has taken place.

 

Prize Money:

  • All prize money can be collected from the Home Industry Hub at the Clem Thompson Pavillion, on Festival Saturday between 4pm and 6pm.
  • You must collect your prize money during the specified time. All unclaimed prize money will be donated to the Wearable Art Passion for Purpose foundations at the completion of the Festival.

Thank You!

 

The Nameless Jarndunmunha Festival acknowledge our Home Industry Hub sponsors:

  • Rio Tinto
  • Shire Of Ashburton