Contributors' Media Pack

Your one-stop shop for all your materials to help spread the word about this year's WornOUT? Exhibition

In this pack: press release ... social media tiles ... poster for print ... recommended hashtags ... QR code ... exhibitors' bio card ... exhibitors' promo schedule

Press Release

Updated Tuesday 18th of October, 2022

We'll be speaking to local broadcasters in Brisbane but if you're not Brisbane-based and hoping to get some publicity in your local area, then feel free to download and send this to your local broadcasters.

Tickets are hosted on the Old Museum site, which you can access here.

$48.50 per person. Every seat is a good seat.

 Social Media Tile (for Feed)  Social Media Tile (for Stories)   A4 Poster. NB: The image is a thumbnail. Download the .pdf file if you wish to print.

A3 Poster. NB: Download the .pdf file if you wish to print.

DL Postcard. NB: Download the .pdf file if you wish to print.

A4 Poster. NB: Download the .pdf file if you wish to print. 

Our Recommended Hashtags


Here's a list of our go-to hashtags that we'd love for you to use when you share an update on your WornOUT creations:

#creativereuse #choosetoreuse #reuse #repurpose #reimagine #savedfromlandfill #ecoart #ecocraft #slowfashion #fashionrescue #closedloop #circulareconomy #sharedeconomy #repair #upcycle #restore #reversgarbage #brisbane #queensland #whatsonbrisbane 

Odoo image and text block

If you want a quick sticks way to direct your friends to more info on WornOUT? 2022 then download this QR Code and add to your images.

40 Exhibitors in 40 Days

In the lead up to WornOUT? 2022 we want to share your stories with our followers so we've created this schedule to outline when we'll be sharing your stories on our socials.

We'll send you a little note with your bio card 10 days before your scheduled to feature in our feed.

In the meantime, if you have questions or concerns about the schedule drop Sadia (Designer Liaison) or Mei (Media Liaison) an email.

Reverse Garbage Queensland Co-op Ltd acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we operate in Woolloongabba - the Yuggera and Turrbul people. RGQ recognises their continuing sovereignty and connection to land and water, and pays respect to elders past and present.