The ArtRage exhibition is on again and set to display a fantastic range of youthful talent.
ArtRage is an annual event where the most outstanding art work produced by year 11 and 12 TCE art students is chosen by independent selectors and displayed around the state.
The Hobart exhibition at the UTAS Tasmanian School of Art will be officially opened by Senator the Hon Lisa Singh Friday 20 April 2012.
Each year ArtRage includes an Examiners’ Choice, a student’s body of work selected to be displayed in full.
This year two students were selected.
The Examiners’ Choice for Art Production in 2011 is Georgiy Margvelashvili, a Hutchins School student who completed his year 11 art studies at Fahan School.
The Examiners’ Choice for Art Studio Practice in 2011 is Alice Bailey, a year 12 student from Launceston College.
ArtRage receives cooperation from students and teachers, as well as other participants within the industry.
The success of this exhibition can be attributed to the support and co-operation between the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, the Burnie Regional Gallery and the UTAS Tasmanian School of Art.
Exhibition opening details:
Who: Senator the Hon Lisa Singh, student artists, guests
What: Official opening of ArtRage 2011 exhibition
When: 5.30pm Friday 20 April 2012
Where: Plimsoll Gallery, UTAS Centre for the Arts, Hunter Street Hobart
The exhibition will be displayed at the Plimsoll Gallery from 21 April - 13 May, 2012, 12 noon - 5pm daily.
Image by Troy McGee, Launceston Church Grammar School.
Authorised by the Executive Director, Student Centre
19 April, 2012