Youth Photographic Award & Short Film Prize
Blue Soaking by Ned Wieland, Winner Senior Category 2019
2019 Youth Photographic Award and Short Film Prize
This annual competition is open to local high school students or high school students living in the local government area.
There were $2,500 worth of prizes awarded to the winning students and all entries are currently on display at Woollahra Library at Double Bay from 13 to 22 September.
Congratulations to all the 2019 winners!
Short Film Prize winners
First Prize – Untitled by Jasmine Elder
Highly Commended – The Penguin by Daniel Pomes
Vote in the People's Choice category!
This is where you have a chance to pick and vote for your favourite entry.
The winner of this category receives two hours of private photography tuition to the value of $250, which is proudly sponsored by the Australian Centre for Photography.
Voting closes on 30 September and the winner will be announced early October.
About the Prize
The Youth Photographic Award and Short Film Prize started in 1994 to provide an opportunity for local high school students to showcase all the great creative talents of young photographers and filmmakers.
Through its 26 year history, Council has exhibited the works of many talented high school students and given the public an opportunity to view these inventive and extraordinary images and films.
For more information, please contact:
Telephone: 9391 7102
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- View the 2018 winners and entries of the Youth Photographic Awards
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