The Tasmanian Young Artist Awards are run by the Rotary Club of Deloraine, with short-listed entries being exhibited at a Deloraine gallery during the Craft Fair and afterwards.

For more information on the Awards, including the the 2019 theme and application form, go to the Tasmanian Young Artist Awards page on the Rotary Club of Deloraine website.

Prize Winners 2018  (Theme: “Phases”):
Years 11 to 12:

Winner:  Ellie Newland, Year 11, Guilford Young College, Glenorchy.  Work entitled "Conflicted".
Judges' Comments:  Strong composition, subtle handling of medium, warm tones, accuracy

Highly Commended:  Arabella Phillips, Year 11, Launceston College. Work entitled "Layers".

Years 7 to 10:
Winner:  Lilly Spotswood, Year 9, St Patrick's College, Launceston.  Work entitled "Window of Hope".
Judges' Comments:  Well considered, great concept, use of colour, materiality, delicacy

Highly Commended:  Phoenix Lorbach, Year 7, Dominic College, Glenorchy. Work entitled "Cycles".

Conflicted Layers
    Window of Hope   Cycles

Prize Winners 2017:
Years 11 to 12:
Callum Holmberg, Year 12, Newstead College.  Work entitled "Conflicting Space".

Years 7 to 10 (joint winners):
Mitchell McKenzie, Year 10, Leighland Christian School.  Work entitled "Biro Oscillation".
Aroma Imran, Year 9, Brooks High School.  Work entitled “Night Sky Girl”.

The catalogue for 2017 can be downloaded from Catalogue.pdf