East Gippsland ended 2019 and began 2020 with an admirable display of bravery.
As we began to face the reality of the aftermath of the bushfire season we quickly were faced with another challenge of the global pandemic.
It is a well acknowledged fact that the participation in the arts plays a valuable role in mental health.
BraveArtsEG was created as a platform for us all to take another step towards being Brave and sharing our creations with the world.
Entries have opened for the annual East Gippsland Youth Art Prize, which will provide a platform for aspiring and emerging young creatives, aged 12-25 years to showcase their talent. And better still, cash prizes are up for grabs, with the winner to receive $300. Cash prizes will also be awarded to the runners up in each age group and a people’s choice for each age group.
Grab this opportunity to showcase your artwork and gain the public recognition you deserve. Get your work noticed in this unique platform and share it with all of your friends and family able to be viewed 24/7.
Artworks can include drawings, paintings, photographs digital illustrations or 3D visuals.
Maximum size 2mb, no less than 200k, recommended image size up to 2500 pixels and not anything less than 640 pixels.
Age groups for entries are:
Artists are free to choose their genre or medium, and entry is free. Entries must be original works and there is a limit of one entry per artist.
The East Gippsland Youth Art Prize is supported by Council, BraveArtsEG, Youth Ambassadors and FReeZa.
An initiative by the East Gippsland Council
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