2018 Who's who portrait prize workshop with Northern Bay College and Kate Beynon
© Geelong Gallery

2018 Who's who portrait prize workshop with Northern Bay College and Kate Beynon
© Geelong Gallery

Educators—preparing for the Who’s who portrait prize

22 August to 27 September

Introduce students to exploring, interpreting and creating portraiture

This annual exhibition of the work of local students honours Jules Francois Archibald, after whom the Art Gallery of New South Wales’ famous portrait prize is named, and his very special connection to Geelong as his birthplace.

The Who’s who portrait prize aims to encourage and inspire young artists to celebrate local or regional identities, their personal histories and achievements through portraiture.

Selected entries will be exhibited in Geelong Gallery.

Prizes are awarded in five categories

Kinder to Foundation

Levels 1 to 3

Levels 4 to 6

Levels 7 to 9

Levels 10 to VCE,

As well as a ‘People’s choice’ category

Key dates

Creating portraits for the Who’s who portrait prize workshops, Tuesday 4 August (bookings essential)

Entries may be delivered to Geelong Gallery on Friday 14 August, from 10.00am to 5.00pm

Closing date for entries, 5.00pm, Friday 14 August

Who’s who portrait prize
finalists and winners announced Friday 21 August

Who’s who portrait prize exhibition dates Saturday 22 August to Sunday 27 September

People’s choice prize will be announced Wednesday 23 September

All entries must be collected by Friday 2 October


Key documents

Entry form

Conditions of entry

 

Who’s who portrait prize partner