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Last year 23 West Australian high schools took part in the exhibition and awards, with a total of 150 artworks on display in the aisles of the Cathedral for nine days.

The event attracts works of an exceptional standard, with many going on to be displayed at the Year 12 Perspectives exhibition at the Art Gallery of WA.

This year, the number of artworks submitted by each school has been restricted to three, to enable as many schools as possible to participate in this prestigious event by presenting their students' best work.

Artworks in a range of media are invited from art students in Years 10, 11 and 12, at no cost to exhibitors, thanks to support from sponsors and private donors to the Cathedral Arts Foundation. This allows all students to take part, regardless of economic circumstances.

Prizes are awarded by a panel of experts - this year including a top prize in each of five categories - 2D, 3D, Print, Digital and Textiles / Wearable Art. There will also be five Highly Commended prizes, an overall winner and a People's Choice award.

St George's Art 2010 will be open to the public from 28 July to 5 August.

Further news will be posted in this section as the event approaches.

Last year 23 West Australian high schools took part in the exhibition and awards, with a total of 150 artworks on display in the aisles of the Cathedral for nine days.

The event attracts works of an exceptional standard, with many going on to be displayed at the Year 12 Perspectives exhibition at the Art Gallery of WA.

This year, the number of artworks submitted by each school has been restricted to three, to enable as many schools as possible to participate in this prestigious event by presenting their students' best work.

Artworks in a range of media are invited from art students in Years 10, 11 and 12, at no cost to exhibitors, thanks to support from sponsors and private donors to the Cathedral Arts Foundation. This allows all students to take part, regardless of economic circumstances.

Prizes are awarded by a panel of experts - this year including a top prize in each of five categories - 2D, 3D, Print, Digital and Textiles / Wearable Art. There will also be five Highly Commended prizes, an overall winner and a People's Choice award.

St George's Art 2010 will be open to the public from 28 July to 5 August.

Further news will be posted in this section as the event approaches.