Great opportunities to enter local and national art competitions and Exhibitions.
St.Art Round One 2019
St.Art Round 1 2019 is here!It's almost time for the first round of the St.Art Competition at St Ives Shopping Village. The theme for the first round is 'Our Sustainable World' and will be on display from the 13th May - 27th May.
This year our registration process has been simplified, simply register here . Please make sure to register so we can prepare the space for the number of artworks.
If you have any issues or questions regarding St.Art or registration, please email Arabella at firstname.lastname@example.org
Age Groups The competition will be split into age groups across Primary and Secondary school ages Prizes! All entries into the St.Art Competition will be displayed in The Gallery at St Ives Shopping Village. They will be reviewed by two judges from the Ku-ring-gai Art Society.
A KAS winner will be selected for each age group.
An overall People’s Choice winner. So, make sure to tell all of your friends and family to vote for you!
Age Category Prizes Each age group winner, as judged by KAS will receive a $25 gift card from St Ives Shopping Village. There will also be a certificate awarded to 2nd and 3rd places People’s Choice Winner Visitors to the centre will be invited to vote for their favourite artwork across all age categories. The winner of the People’s Choice Award will receive an Art pack. Annual Winner The overall Best in Show award at the Annual Awards night will receive a $250 cash prize from Kuring Gai Art Society. Each age category winner will receive a $50 prize. We're looking forward to receiving your entry. Happy creating and good luck! Important Dates for Round 1 May 6 - Works can be dropped off from this date May 13 - Round one begins exhibiting May 26 - End of round one May 27 - Works can be collected from this date June 3 - Works must be collected by this date What's coming up @ The Gallery? - KAS Exhibition 25-7 April The Ku-Ring-Gai Art Society (KAS) is a non-profit organisation, run by artists for the benefit of artists and those interested in the arts, you can be assured of spectacular art works by those in the local community.
Threatened Species Children’s Art Competition 2019
Entries Open: June 3 and August 2, 2019. Children from 5-12 years old in NSW and the ACT
The 2019 Threatened Species Children’s Art competition will be open for entries between June 3 and August 2, 2019. Children from 5-12 years old in NSW and the ACT are invited to unleash their creativity while learning about our threatened species. There are now more than 1000 in NSW alone, so raising awareness of their plight has never been more urgent. Each child chooses one Australian threatened species of animals or plants, and researches, then draws or paints it, and writes a short explanation of their work. Photographs of artworks and written explanations can be submitted on-line. Finalists will be chosen for exhibitions in Sydney and Canberra in September, with winners announcedat Parliament House Sydney on September 6, and at the Botanic Garden Canberra on September 7. There will be some great prizes for winners and runners-up in different age categories: 5-7 year olds, 8-10 year olds, 11-12 year olds; and special prizes including Best Local Species Entry, Most Unusual Entry, Best Plant Entry, Best Group Work Entry and Best Written Explanation. Some of the entries will be posted on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/289862308022985/ Last year more than 2700 children entered the competition and there were over 2300 entries received. Well over 100 schools and art programs got involved as well as hundreds of individual children and their families. This year we are excited to announce that the 2019 competition is being run byHumane Society International in conjunction with Forestmedia Network Inc. More information is available at www.hsi.org.au/artcompYou can email Helen email@example.com call her on (02) 9973 1728. You can email me for NSW entries at firstname.lastname@example.org call 0414958714. You can email Bren for ACT entries on email@example.com
The Mosman Youth Art Prize features the diverse talents of our region's young, aspiring and emerging artists and offers them the opportunity to exhibit their work in a public art gallery. This is a popular competition with close to 400 entries received annually with entrants from all over Sydney. Young artists aged between 12 - 21 submit artworks in a variety of media including: painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, video, photography and ceramics to win over $13,000 in cash prizes, scholarships and art materials. The exhibition will take place between 11 May - 9 June 2019. The 2019 Mosman Youth Art Prize judge is Sydney artist Liam Benson.
Sydney Royal Easter Show runs from the 12th -23rd April Entries CLOSED The Royal Agricultural Society of NSW invites all Students with an interest in Arts & Crafts to participate in our Under 20's Royal Sydney Arts & Crafts Competition at the 2019 Sydney Royal Easter Show.
Entries close: 30th January 2019
Artwork Delivery: 29th-20th March 2019 (I deliver and pick up all artworks for you)
Preview Night: 10th April 2019
Entry Fee: $15
One entry per student
Young Archie competition
ENTRIES CLOSED The following information should be used as a guideline only for 2019 entries. Final conditions will be published when entries open. The Art Gallery of New South Wales invites budding artists between the ages of 5 and 18 to submit a portrait for the Young Archie 2019 competition. The portrait must be of a person who is special to you – someone who is known to you and who knows you and plays a significant role in your life. There are four age categories:
5-8 year olds
9-12 year olds
13-15 year olds
16-18 year olds
How the entry process worksIt’s the same as last year. Entry forms MUST be submitted online. You don’t upload an image. Original artwork needs to be sent to the Gallery, between 29 January and 10 March 2019, AFTER the online form has been completed. There is no fee for entry.
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