The Whyalla City Plaza Business Association are calling for local artists to submit a steel sculpture design reflecting on the history of the First Nations people to the evolution of the steel industry.
Plaza Association President Liz Attard said the vision for the project was to expand on the existing Heritage Walking Trail featured throughout Whyalla, with the sculptures to further beautify the city centre.
Up to 10 sculptures will be chosen and submitted to local manufacturing company, Infrabuild, who will laser cut the steel silhouettes from material provided by GFG Alliance.
The Whyalla City Council are also sponsoring the competition, which is open to all South Australian citizens over 16 years.
The sculptures will be installed on Patterson and Forsyth streets, and each of the winning artists will receive a $250 prize.
Entries must be submitted by close of business Thursday, September 30.
To enter, email your design and your details to [email protected]