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ArtPoster_resizedInaugurated in 2003, more and more schools have regarded the nine-day winter exhibition, this year running from 28 July to 5 August, as an invaluable experience for their students.

A total of 38 WA high schools will exhibit work by their senior art students - an increase of 65 percent on last year.

St George's has taken this opportunity to raise the bar by asking each school to submit no more than three of their very best artworks.

This will reduce the number of works on display to just over 100, while raising the overall standard and allowing the art to be exhibited to best advantage.

Pews down both side aisles of the Cathedral will be moved out to make room for the exhibition, which is fully funded by corporate sponsorship, private donations and this year a grant from the City of Perth.

The event is part of the City of Perth Winter Arts Season, in which St George's Cathedral is proud to be participating.

The work shown in our poster (right) is by Audrey Pieterse of Kingsway Christian College, and came equal third in the 2009 awards.

ArtPoster_resizedInaugurated in 2003, more and more schools have regarded the nine-day winter exhibition, this year running from 28 July to 5 August, as an invaluable experience for their students.

A total of 38 WA high schools will exhibit work by their senior art students - an increase of 65 percent on last year.

St George's has taken this opportunity to raise the bar by asking each school to submit no more than three of their very best artworks.

This will reduce the number of works on display to just over 100, while raising the overall standard and allowing the art to be exhibited to best advantage.

Pews down both side aisles of the Cathedral will be moved out to make room for the exhibition, which is fully funded by corporate sponsorship, private donations and this year a grant from the City of Perth.

The event is part of the City of Perth Winter Arts Season, in which St George's Cathedral is proud to be participating.

The work shown in our poster (right) is by Audrey Pieterse of Kingsway Christian College, and came equal third in the 2009 awards.