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ARTEXPRESS 2018 – now showing at a gallery near you

The renowned exhibition of the top HSC artworks is now open at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Ellora Srivastava from Gosford High with her artwork, 'Karmic Colonialism'.

The ARTEXPRESS 2018 exhibition is now open at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Showcasing exceptional HSC visual artworks from students across NSW.

One of the most popular presentations each year at the gallery, ARTEXPRESS officially opened on 31 January and will continue until 25 April.

The exhibition will travel across metropolitan area and regional NSW throughout the year.

Sponsors

S&S Wholesale are the 2018 ARTEXPRESS Associate Sponsor. Through the ARTEXPRESS workshops they are helping teachers and students learn new art techniques. They will present the S&S Creativity Award to an exhibiting student and school at every exhibition opening.

ARTEXPRESS 2018 exhibition dates

Location

Date

Art Gallery of New South Wales

26 January - 25 April

Griffith Regional Art Gallery

2 February - 4 March

Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre, Gymea

16 February - 15 April

The Armory Gallery, Sydney Olympic Park

13 March - 6 May

Manning Regional Art Gallery

18 May - 24 June

Hawkesbury Regional Gallery

25 May - 15 July

Gosford Regional Gallery

20 July - 2 September

Orange Regional Gallery

25 August - 23 September

Cowra Regional Gallery

8 September - 7 October Glasshouse Port

Glasshouse Port Macquarie

14 September - 4 November

Video: The opening of ARTEXPRESS 2018

The Visual Arts team at Wyndham College receive the Sir William Dobell Art Foundation Award for excellence in ARTEXPRESS for 2018.

Video transcript

Karen Smith, Principal, Wyndham College

ARTEXPRESS I think is really important to certainly reward the kids anyway along the way. Many of our students who come into art are very new to the world of art and it's just something to aim for and achieve and have some recognition. This award is amazing, it acknowledges and recognises not only the work of the students but also my staff and it's a really really great honour.

Ron Pratt, Head teacher Creative and performing arts, Wyndham College

What is a 60 hour course for their body of work turns into a lot more. And that investment in time is such a positive outcome for them personally, and to have it on a wall is a huge – I guess – full stop to their school career. But it shows for them that they can really believe in what they do and whatever journey they want to take in the future and they show that they can be successful.

End of transcript.

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