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The National Summer Art Scholarship is a week-long intensive bringing sixteen young people from across Australia to the National Gallery of Australia. If you are in year 11 in 2019 and passionate about art, you can enjoy a week of creative workshops and experiences this Summer.

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Value

Benefits:

  • An all-expenses-paid trip to Canberra, including:
    • Return airfares from your nearest airport
    • Accommodation at the Brassey Hotel Canberra
    • All meals and a celebratory dinner
  • Behind-the-scenes access to the NGA collection and exhibitions
  • Hands-on workshops with professional artists, Gallery staff and Cultural leaders
  • Free entry to the NGA Summer exhibition Matisse & Picasso
  • A complimentary 1-year student membership, which includes:
    • Discounted tickets to all events and exhibitions
    • Invitation to members exhibition opening parties
    • 10% discount at the Gallery shops and cafes
    • Delivery of the quarterly NGA printed magazine, Artonview
    • Reciprocal benefits at all state galleries and the Museum of Contemporary Art

Eligibility Criteria

To apply for the National Summer Art Scholarship, you must:

  • Have permission from a parent/guardian
  • Be an Australian citizen or permanent resident
  • Be in Year 11 in 2019
  • Be passionate about art
  • Be comfortable meeting and working with new people
  • Advocate for young people, proudly promoting a youth audience at the NGA by remaining respectful and
    engaged

Development program

 

EXPIRED

1 September 2019

OPENS

28 October 2019

CLOSES

National Gallery of Australia

SPONSOR

16

NUMBER OFFERED

General

STUDY TYPE

Career Development

SUPPORT TYPE

Australian Capital Territory | New South Wales | Northern Territory | Queensland | South Australia | Tasmania | Victoria | Western Australia

LOCATIONS

Arts and Recreation

FIELD

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