EXIT ART

2017 NT Year 12 student exhibition
3 March - 13 May 2018

Exit Art is a celebration of the talents and creativity of the next generation of artists and designers, presenting the very best contemporary art and design from Northern Territory Year 12 students. Proudly supported by the Museum and Art Gallery Northern Territory in partnership with the Northern Territory Department of Education, Exit Art reflects the diversity of NT artistic practice and practitioners, expressing universal themes of identity, place and environment.

 

This year continues the exhibition’s 25 year legacy highlighting the importance of visual arts education and the role of arts educators in encouraging and guiding the creativity of young NT artists in preparation for their futures.

 

Featuring the work of 44 Year 12 graduates from across Northern Territory communities, cities and towns, Exit Art is a showcase of demonstrable technical skill with an appetite for experimentation. Across a variety of mediums, students have offered contemporary takes on traditional techniques, drawing inspiration from other artists, family and culture.

 

Awards will be presented from the Minister for Education, Art Educators of the Northern Territory and the Darwin Visual Arts Association. Visitors will be able to cast their votes in the People's Choice Award.

 

Follow Exit Art on:

Snapchat -  mag_nt

Instagram -  #ExitArt

EXHIBITION OPENING HOURS

10:00am - 5:00pm

Monday to Friday

 

Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day and Good Friday

Bookings essential

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KEY WORKS

Patrick WALKER
NHULUNBUY HIGH SCHOOL
Cellophane series
Photograph
Will ROBERTS
DARWIN HIGH SCHOOL
A nest of mockingbirds
Film
Atherina MOREEN
NORTHERN TERRITORY SCHOOL
OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
Message stick
Screenprint on fabric
105 x 110 cm
Kyra MCINERNEY
THE ESSINGTON SCHOOL
Childish feelings
Oil on canvas
51cm x 40cm each (4 of 4 pieces)
Grace (Jezebell) DANDY
MARRARA CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
Wave Hill walk-off
Synthetic polymer paint
on canvas board
88cm x 100cm
Shae DENTITH
NHULUNBUY HIGH SCHOOL
Another brick in the wall
Diorama
21cm x 35cm x 30cm
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VIDEO TEASERS

Ayla Thorbjornsen, Co-existence, graphite pencil, watercolour and white gel ink pen on paper

Taminmin College student Ayla Thorbjornsen has taken out the EX!T ART 2017 NT Student Exhibition Peoples' Choice Award, with her stunning and detailed work, Co-existence. The th...

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