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Journeys : Dec10 Jan11
34 December 2010 / January 2011 The success of the RACT Insurance Tasmanian Youth Portraiture Prize – into its third year in 2010 – prompted an announcement at this year’s awards night that the prize would continue into the future. The first three years of the prize attracted over 160 entries. “It’s an important source of new Tasmanian art, it enriches the community, and it encourages emerging young artists,” said Trent Sayers, Chief Executive of RACT Insurance. “When we started three years ago, we made a three-year commitment to the prize. Reviewing its success this year, we could only come to one conclusion: the prize should continue.” Pictured are some of the highlights of this year’s awards night held around Tasmania. Want to learn more about the prize? Go to: www.typp.com.au The prize goes on. Rachael Gates and Michael Fortescue. Ashley and Sophie Bodell. Effie Pryer. 0573_MNews_DecJan.indd 1 4/11/10 3:21 PM
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