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2019 SACE Art Show reveals plenty of new talent

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Some of South Australia’s very best young artists and designers will show off their skill at the 2019 SACE Art Show.

The four-week exhibition at Light Square Gallery features paintings and drawings, sculptures, jewellery, costumes and multimedia works created by 129 Year 12 students studying SACE Visual Arts – Art and Design in 2018.

Tatachilla Lutheran College graduate Alice Parle received the Peace Foundation SACE Art Show Award for her piece ‘Portraits of Ampilatwatja’, which was inspired by her service trip to the Ampilatwatja community in the Northern Territory.

Other award winners were:

  • Poster Award, sponsored by the Minister for Human Services: Annie McIver – ‘Body of Work’ (Emmaus Christian College)
  • Regional Encouragement Award, sponsored by the Minister for Human Services: Sophie Donaldson, ‘Id, Ego, Superego’ (Tenison Woods College), and Mitch Neumann ‘Alawoona Football Club Merchandise’ (Loxton High School)
  • UniSA Enterprising Artist Award: Tess Beinssen ‘A Tap in Time’ (Wilderness School)
  • Flinders University Visual Arts Award: Ruth Fischer-Bent ‘Couture Burn’ (Pulteney Grammar School)
  • Eckersley’s Encouragement Award: Monica Bonasera ‘Untitled’ (Loreto College), Jazmine Deng ‘(52) Days of Spring’ (Henley High School), and Emma Hodgson ‘Untitled’ (Cornerstone College)
  • IEU SACE Art Show Award: Jennifer Stoici ‘Censored’ (Tyndale Christian College).

SACE Board of SA Chief Executive Professor Martin Westwell congratulated the award winners and all the exhibiting students.

“The diversity of work at the 2019 SACE Art Show demonstrates that South Australia’s creative industries are in great hands with this next generation of young artists and designers.

“This year’s exhibitors will no doubt include some of those future industry leaders who have the potential to drive economic growth in South Australia.”

The public can vote for their favourite art work in the Credit Union SA Community Award.

The award is presented at the end of the four-week exhibition to the artist with the most votes, who will receive $500, with the runner-up receiving $250. For the first time the teacher of this year’s winning artist will also receive a $100 gift vouche

The exhibition is open to the public until Tuesday 16 April. For more information go to the SACE Board website.


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