COMMUNITY PROGRAM

 

A series of engaging community activities will be programmed for the 2018 Black Swan Prize for Portraiture Exhibition Season.

The public will be invited to participate in portraiture workshops (for kids and adults - beginners to advanced), guided tours, artist floor talks, and watch live art demonstrations at FRANK at the Art Gallery of Western Australia.

The Perth Cultural Centre will come to life with a digitally printed Community Exhibition on large display boxes, and feature the Youth Award Finalists and artworks created in partnership with our community partner, Starlight Children's Foundation.

Audiences can also witness live portraiture challenges with WA celebrities at our Pop Up activities in various locations around Perth.

All workshops will be facilitated by Black Swan Prize finalists or previous winners and most will be free to attend.

 

PORTRAITURE WORKSHOPS - ADULTS

Art Gallery WA - Education Studio

  • More information to be released later in 2018

 

LIVE PORTRAIT DEMONSTRATIONS - ALL AGES

FRANK @ AGWA

  • More information to be released later in 2018

FRANK offers exhibition visitors, locals and foodies a new place to eat, drink and chill. Sit and watch the BSPP live portrait demonstrations in FRANK's beautiful alfresco area. No bookings neccessary.

 

ART POP UPS - ALL AGES

WA Portrait Artists and the Black Swan Prize invites artists from across WA to take part in live portraiture events in various locations across the city. The public is welcome to join. 

  • More information to be released later in 2018

     

    PLEIN AIR PAINTERS "QUICK DRAW" PAINTING COMPETITION

    Plein Air Painters Australia and the Black Swan Prize invites artists from across Perth to take part in a "quick draw" painting competition at the Urban Orchard (near the Art Gallery of WA). FREE entry to all artists and the public is welcome to join in the fun. Prizes will be awarded.

    • More information to be released later in 2018

     

    This project has been funded by the Western Australian Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries.