WINNER: 2014 People’s Choice Award recipient Gladstone State High School’s Year 12 student Katelyn Dalley with her artwork, Still.
WINNER: 2014 People’s Choice Award recipient Gladstone State High School’s Year 12 student Katelyn Dalley with her artwork, Still. EH Gallaher

Young artists invited to exhibit in Golding Showcase

YOUNG local artists aged 15-18 years are invited to submit their artwork in the 21st Annual Golding Showcase: Port Curtis and Callide Valley Youth Art Exhibition, for the unique opportunity to have their artwork displayed in the prestigious art space of the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum.

All are welcome to attend the exhibition launch and presentation of certificates, co-hosted by 2015 partner school Biloela State High School, from 6pm on Monday, August 31.

Works in all media and techniques are welcomed including soundscapes, painting, sculpture, ceramics, fibre, collage, artist print, photography and new media.

Entry forms are available at any Gladstone Regional Council office, library, venue or the gallery's website.

Entries need to be delivered between 10am and 4.45pm from August 14-17.

Each year, visitors have the chance to vote for their favourite work to receive the People's Choice Award, and the winner becomes the promotional image of the project for the following year.

In 2014, the award went to Gladstone State High School's Year 12 student Katelyn Dalley, for her artwork Still.

The Golding Showcase is an initiative of the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum Society supported by patron Mrs Shirley Golding.

For further information phone Maddie Cook 4976 6766 or email gragm@gladstonerc.qld.gov.au.