Expressions of Interest

St George’s Art is 15 years old this year. We invite you and your school to participate in 2017.

Each year this annual exhibition gathers momentum as one of the most important art education events in the Western Australian student art calendar, and provides an outstanding opportunity for secondary schools to present students’ work in the unique “gallery” of St George’s Cathedral, Perth.

Once again prizes generously provided by private donors will be awarded to selected works by our prestigious panel of judges. The students gain valuable experience from participating in this exhibition, and the catalogue provides a welcome addition to each artist’s portfolio.

The exhibition is open to all art and design students in Years 10, 11 and 12 in all educational sectors. We encourage new and multi-media entries. Thanks to generous corporate and private support, there is no registration cost to the school or the students.

Timeline:

Expressions of interest accepted Immediately until Friday 7 April 2017 (please email your EOI to art@perthcathedral.org)

Deadline for Group Entry Form by Thursday 4 May 2017

Deadline for Registration Forms Completed and EMAILED by Friday 9 June 2017

Delivery of artwork By Thursday 22 June 2017

Exhibition Awards Night 6.30pm Thursday 20 July 2017 – entry for teacher and artists free of charge. $20 per head for all others ($10 concession)

Exhibition open to the public Saturday 15 July 2017 – Sunday 23 July 2017

Pick up art works Monday 24 July 2017 (from 2pm until 5pm or Tuesday 25 July 2017 from 9am until 5pm)

These dates are critical in order to meet deadlines. Please ensure they are in your diaries so you don’t miss them in your very busy schedules. If for any reason you are unable to comply, please let us know well ahead of time. Due to the increased number of exhibiting schools, there is a limit of 3 artworks per school.

To register your school’s interest, contact Josephine Christmass at info@perthcathedral.org or 9325 5766.

For further information about the exhibition please visit this page.

Expressions of Interest

St George’s Art is 15 years old this year. We invite you and your school to participate in 2017.

Each year this annual exhibition gathers momentum as one of the most important art education events in the Western Australian student art calendar, and provides an outstanding opportunity for secondary schools to present students’ work in the unique “gallery” of St George’s Cathedral, Perth.

Once again prizes generously provided by private donors will be awarded to selected works by our prestigious panel of judges. The students gain valuable experience from participating in this exhibition, and the catalogue provides a welcome addition to each artist’s portfolio.

The exhibition is open to all art and design students in Years 10, 11 and 12 in all educational sectors. We encourage new and multi-media entries. Thanks to generous corporate and private support, there is no registration cost to the school or the students.

Timeline:

Expressions of interest accepted Immediately until Friday 7 April 2017 (please email your EOI to art@perthcathedral.org)

Deadline for Group Entry Form by Thursday 4 May 2017

Deadline for Registration Forms Completed and EMAILED by Friday 9 June 2017

Delivery of artwork By Thursday 22 June 2017

Exhibition Awards Night 6.30pm Thursday 20 July 2017 – entry for teacher and artists free of charge. $20 per head for all others ($10 concession)

Exhibition open to the public Saturday 15 July 2017 – Sunday 23 July 2017

Pick up art works Monday 24 July 2017 (from 2pm until 5pm or Tuesday 25 July 2017 from 9am until 5pm)

These dates are critical in order to meet deadlines. Please ensure they are in your diaries so you don’t miss them in your very busy schedules. If for any reason you are unable to comply, please let us know well ahead of time. Due to the increased number of exhibiting schools, there is a limit of 3 artworks per school.

To register your school’s interest, contact Josephine Christmass at info@perthcathedral.org or 9325 5766.

For further information about the exhibition please visit this page.