Young artists invited to showcase their work

Media Release Issued:
Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Entries are now open for the second annual Wellington Youth Art Prize.

The Wellington Shire Youth Council is excited that following the success of the 2019 Exhibition in the Gippsland Art Gallery, the Gallery will now exhibit the WellingtonYouth Art Prize annually in March/April.

The Wellington Youth Art Prize is a non-acquisitive prize open to young artists aged 12 to 25 who currently live, study or work in, or have lived or studied in Wellington over the past four years.

The competition gives promising young artists the opportunity to showcase and present their work to the community

This year artists are asked to respond to the theme “A Slice of Life”, with the artwork for the promotional poster produced by local young artist Zac Roberts.

The Wellington Youth Art Prize 2020 has three age categories; 12 to 15 years, 16 to 19 years and 20 to 25 years.  Entries in all mediums are welcomed, although some limitations apply to size. 2019 VCE artwork is welcomed.

Full conditions and submission requirements can be found at www.gippslandartgallery.com/prizes. Entries close 4 March 2020.

A free exhibition of all entries received is being held at the Gippsland Art Gallery, 70 Foster St Sale, from 21 March to 26 April 2020.

For further information contact Wellington Shire Youth Council on youthcouncil@wellington.vic.gov.au.

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