2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits, by students from Apollo Bay P–12 College and Wallington Primary School

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits
Photographer Cormac Hanrahan

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits, by students from Apollo Bay P–12 College and Wallington Primary School

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits
Photographer Cormac Hanrahan

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits, by students from Apollo Bay P–12 College and Wallington Primary School

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits
Photographer Cormac Hanrahan

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits, by students from Apollo Bay P–12 College and Wallington Primary School

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits
Photographer Cormac Hanrahan

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits, by students from Apollo Bay P–12 College and Wallington Primary School

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits
Photographer Cormac Hanrahan

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits, by students from Apollo Bay P–12 College and Wallington Primary School

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits
Photographer Cormac Hanrahan

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits, by students from Apollo Bay P–12 College and Wallington Primary School

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits
Photographer Cormac Hanrahan

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits, by students from Apollo Bay P–12 College and Wallington Primary School

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits
Photographer Cormac Hanrahan

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits, by students from Apollo Bay P–12 College and Wallington Primary School

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits
Photographer Cormac Hanrahan

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits, by students from Apollo Bay P–12 College and Wallington Primary School

2018 Who’s who portrait prize portraits
Photographer Cormac Hanrahan

Creating portraits for the Who’s who portrait prize

22 August 9.30am to 11.30am
(Workshop 2: 12.30pm to 2.30pm )

Victorian Curriculum levels F to 10—The Arts, Explore and express ideas, visual arts practice, respond and interpret

Bookings

These workshops will be presented by a portrait artist supported by a Gallery Educator. Students will be encouraged to use their imagination and develop skills in drawing, painting and mixed media to create a portrait of a local hero in their community.

Fully-subsidised busing and outreach workshops available. For all enquiries please contact info@geelonggallery.org.au

 

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