ArtStart 2021 is now on display at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery | Examiner

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Young artists collected pencils and brushes for the annual ArtStart exhibition now on display at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery. The exhibition features works by children from northern Tasmania and aims to encourage elementary school students’ participation in visual arts and design. This year’s theme was titled “With A Little Help From My Friends” and was hung by a team of elementary school curators. READ MORE: GLH’s colocation health services still under consideration Shyloe Jewell-Woodberry, a student at St Leonards Primary School, was one of the curators of the exhibit. “It was a lot of fun and doing it for two years now has been a great experience,” she said. “I am proud of [the artists] because it can be an experience if they want to be future artists. The exhibit had over 150 entries from nine schools, and 60 of those entries were chosen for inclusion in the temporary exhibit. Managing Director of Creative Arts and Culture Shane Fitzgerald said each work on display offered a unique take on the theme. “There is a theme that the students responded to, but when you look at the diversity of the works, you can see the solidarity and friendship that emerges from it,” he said. Ravenswood stabbing victim update provided “Programs like this really teach young people that there are career opportunities in the arts … for curators, artists and collectors. .. and that validates it as a legitimate avenue. ” Launceston MLA Mayor Danny Gibson said he was encouraging the community to explore the creations on display. “It’s great to see so many students exploring different creative mediums and learning visual art and design with QVMAG,” he said. The exhibition opened on November 28 and runs until June 2022 at the art gallery. What do you think? Send us a letter to the editor:


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