Woods Street Youth Art Prize 2020
Shortlisted entries for the 2020 Woods Street Youth Art Prize have been announced!
Congratulations to the following entrants:
Thien Nguyen - You’re old enough to ask yourself
Iris Pavlidi - BlueKing
Carmen Butcher-Feary - Digital Portrait of YUNGBLUD (Dominic Harrison)
Charliese Allen - Power Within
Christina Chester - Within Wisdom Rests Beauty
Disha Raybarman- The voice of the stars
Ilia Sietsma - Gladiolus woman
Leon Zhan - 2020
John Mathet - Power of unity, Together We Stand
John Mathet - The voice of tomorrow
Miranda Gurtler - Second skin
Nathnael Haile - walk the talk
Nathnael Haile - around
Rachael Castelino - Park Jimin portrait
Sachitha Dinessh - Coloured Inside
Sophia S - A New Power - Finding A Voice
Anni Hagberg - Integrity IV
Chelsea Hickman - Danger Danger Danger Danger Danger
Heejoo Park - No title #1
Heejoo Park - No title #2
Joshua Griffin - Lucid
Joshua Griffin - Daring
Jess Walters - Return to Her
Jett Dalmau - Recycled Category: Flat
Kate Lewis - Identity Crisis
Krystyna Katsouri - Porco Rosso - Still Life
Krystyna Katsouri - Porco Rosso - Cool Dogs and 2 Minute Noodles
Mythra Sage - Emerge
Yuchen Xin - Yeah?
Tarin Porter - Illusory Pause
Tram Mai - Unity in Green
Virtual exhibition 13-28 November 2020
Join us for an innovative, virtual exhibition, presented from Laverton’s Woods Street Arts Space and beamed straight to your lounge room!
The Woods Street Youth Art Prize showcases the artistic talent and innovation of young people aged 14 to 25 from Melbourne’s western region. In 2020, exhibiting artists will respond to the theme ‘A New Power – Finding a Voice’ with a diverse and creative selection of works.
Using cutting edge VR technology, this year’s Woods Street Youth Art Prize will take the exhibition experience online.
The virtual exhibition is available to view from 13-28 November, accompanied by an engaging digital program featuring a virtual exhibition tour, talks, online workshops and more. Stay tuned!
- Open Category $600
- Runner-up Open Category $400
- Hobsons Bay Artist Award $400
- People’s Choice Award $400 New in 2020!
- Artist Encouragement Award (under 20) $200
- Artist Encouragement Award (over 20) $200
Prize winners will be announced in a virtual celebration on Thursday 26 November, 7pm-8pm.
The Woods Street Youth Art Prize exhibition and associated programs are curated and produced by the Hobsons Bay Emerging Curators Program (ECP) committee. ECP is a professional development program that sees professional curators and arts managers mentor and support young aspiring curators.