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Entries on Young Archie 2021 exhibition in Gippsland are on exhibition on Level 2 of the Gippsland Art Gallery, from 27 Sep - 21 Nov 2021.
A collection of portraits by some of Wellington Shire's budding young artists is now on display in the Young Archie 2021 exhibition at Gippsland Art Gallery in Sale. While art lovers await the opening of the Archibald Prize on Friday 8 October, the public can currently view the 50 Young Archie competition finalists on Level 2 of the gallery.
Voting for your 'Crowd Favourite' is now open! Simply click on the 'Vote Now' button to vote for your favourite finalist entry of the Young Archie exhibition, One Crowd Favourite finalist from each age group will receive a prize
Portraits from young artists
Winners across age group categories will be announced at a later date, and voting is also now open in the Crowd Favourite competition. The Young Archie is composed of portraits by young artists aged between five and 25 years old who live, work or study in Wellington Shire, or who have studied in Wellington Shire in the last four years.
Cast your votes now
Young artists submitted portraits of people who are known to them and who play an important part in their lives. Entry to the Young Archie exhibition is free. To cast your vote for the Crowd Favourite, visit young Archie.
We would like to express gratitude to Wellington Shire Council for this article.
Pictures from Wellington Shire Council website.
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