ArtRage is QVMAG’s annual exhibition showcasing the top works from young Tasmanian artists in year 11 & 12 studying Art Production or Art Studio Practice as part of their Tasmanian Certificate of Education.
The students’ work explores themes that have inspired them throughout the year and are an invitation to reflect on how it feels to be a young person living in the world today.
There is a vast array of subjects, media and artistic styles on display. ArtRage is a celebration of the art makers of the future, and an acknowledgement of the schools and teaching community who have helped shape and guide them.
The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery recognises the enormous support and cooperation that ArtRage receives from the college art teachers of Tasmania. We acknowledge the work of these dedicated art educators along with the talented students attending schools and colleges across Tasmania.
View the catalogue of work here
Gallery is open from 9AM-3PM Monday-Friday & 10AM-2PM Saturday/Sunday
ART RAGE OPENING EVENT
Friday 13 May
Formally opened by Dr Jan Hogan, Head of Discipline (Art), from the School of Creative Arts and Media, at the University of Tasmania.
PUBLIC PROGRAM | Panel Talk
Saturday 14 May
Join Ingrid Goetz, QVMAG’s Museum Assistant for Visual Art and Design, Kate Camm, Learning Area Manager of Visual Arts at Elizabeth College and President of the Tasmanian Art Teacher’s Association (TATA) with 2 exhibiting Art Rage artists, facilitated by Simon Spain, Fellow of the Australia Council for the Arts, Chair of Regional Arts Australia and an International Tate Associate.
SCHOOL GROUP REGISTRATIONS
– FREE, but bookings essential via Humanitix.
– Hourly time slots, on the hour.
– Maximum 35 people per session, including supervising staff.
– School Bookings available Monday – Friday 9:00AM – 2:00PM ONLY
– 1 x Ticket (Registration) per School Group (of 35 people MAX) : for 1 Hour visit
– To ensure students can better engage with artworks safely, each School Group is limited to 35 people, including staff.
– If any student/staff member is feeling unwell in anyway, please visit at a later date when better.
– If students have school bags, drink bottles or umbrellas with them, please leave along main window at entrance.
– Staff are asked to sign in with gallery attendant upon arrival.
PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD
You can vote fo your favourite artwork via the QR code in the Long Gallery.
The winner will be awarded a $500 cash prize.
This award is proudly presented by Salamanca Arts Centre