23 Years of Golding Showcase

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People's Choice Winner 2016: Lea Varghese (Year 12, Chanel College), 'Home Street Home', graphite pencil on paper with muslin cloth strips, 900 x 600mm. Photograph: EH. Gallaher

23 Years of Golding Showcase

Port Curtis Callide Valley Youth Art Exhibition

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The Exhibition:

Selected works in all media by young artists 15 - 18 years of age. 

Visitors to the exhibition are encouraged to vote for their favourite artwork to receive the ‘People’s Choice Award'.  The winner will be announced at the exhibition's conclusion and will become the face of all publicity materials for the following year's exhibition.

Running annually for 23 years, the exhibition is an initiative of the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum Society, supported by the late Society patron, Mr Cyril Golding (1920-2012). 

The 2017 partnering school is Tannum Sands State High School.

 

DATES TO REMEMBER:

Submission Dates:  10am - 4.45pm, Friday 25, Saturday 26 and Monday 28 August 2017
Entry form can be downloaded below, under 'Attachments'

Launch and Certificate Presentation:  6pm, Friday 1 September 2017
All participants, their families and friends are invited to attend.
RSVP by 5pm, Wednesday 30 August 2017

Exhibition Dates:  Saturday 2 September - Friday 29 September 2017

Collection Dates: 10am - 4.45pm, Saturday 30 September, Tuesday 3 and Wednesday 4 October 2017
NB: Closed Monday 2 October 2017 - Queen's Birthday Public Holiday

 

Congratulations to the 2016 People's Choice winner!

Lea Varghese's captivating work 'Home Street Home' took out the People's Choice Award for the 2016 exhibition.  The year 12, Chanel College student worked with graphite pencil on paper and muslin cloth strips to create this popular artwork.

Artist statement: "Home Street Home" is a fatal embodiment of the struggles and hardships faced by the homeless. The dark lines and tonal variation was purposely used to show the sorrow in their lives. Ragged and impure, muslin cloth represents the lack of protection.

Photographer:  E.H. Gallaher