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Bilingual media release - You're invited to turn your lens on Art & About photography competitions

Amateur and professional photographers of all ages are invited to submit images that depict their interpretation of life for two of the country’s most prestigious photography exhibitions and prizes.

Amateur and established photographers across Australia can enter the City of Sydney’s Australian Life competition with the chance to win $10,000 and have their work showcased in an outdoor exhibition in Sydney’s Hyde Park.

Its junior competition Little Sydney Lives, is calling for images from kids aged 3–11 that show their perspective on life in Sydney for a chance to win $500 in photography equipment and be part of the exhibition.

The images will be blown up to large-scale portraits for the exhibition to run in Hyde Park from 19 September to 6 October.

Lord Mayor Clover Moore said the much-loved Australian Life photography competition provides an insight into the unique and varied lives of people from across the country, while the junior version has become a favourite among Sydneysiders.  

“This is an opportunity for both established and emerging photographers to share their most engaging and intriguing images in all its beautiful diversity and complexity.”

In 2018, Joshua Morris from Marrickville won the Australian Life’s $10,000 prize for his image of a flamenco dancer performing to residents of an aged care home. Titled Pepa Molina, and some of the residents of the Parque Habitacional, the judges described the image as “a real celebration of a female artist in the centre of practice”.

Seven-year-old Kobi Cleary, from Meadowbank, took the honours in the 3–7 age category of the 2018 Little Sydney Lives for his LEGO image, Where’s Wally?

Patrick McCarthy, age 10, from Normanhurst won first prize in the 8–11 years age category for his image, The Little Things of pebbles in the sea.

Entries for both competitions close at midnight on Sunday 16 June.

Read more about the competitions, including terms and conditions, at artandabout.com.au

For media inquiries or images, contact City of Sydney Senior Media Advisor Elaine Kelly.
Phone 0477 362 550 or email ekelly@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au  

For interviews with Lord Mayor Clover Moore, contact Julia Lenton.
Phone 0410 748 039 or email jlenton@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au



      来自全澳各地的参赛者,无论是久负盛名的摄影大家还是业余发烧友都有机会赢得悉尼市政府举办的公众艺术节(Art & About)“澳大利亚生活(Australian Life)”摄影赛$10,000大奖,并在悉尼海德公园(Hyde Park)展示自己的巅峰之作。

      澳大利亚生活摄影展的袖珍版 ——“悉尼儿童生活(Little Sydney Lives)”同时也在面向3 -11岁儿童摄影爱好者征稿,获奖者也将获得价值$500的摄影器材,并在艺术节中参展。


      悉尼市市长Clover Moore认为备受欢迎的澳大利亚生活摄影展的镜头聚焦全国各地人们的生活,通过凝聚瞬间而捕捉到的图片,展示了每位入围者别致、多样的生活画卷。与此同时,袖珍版悉尼儿童生活展赛也成了悉尼人的新宠和生活写照。


      2018年,来自悉尼西城马力克威尔地区(Marrickville)的乔什·莫里森(Joshua Morris)一举赢得澳大利亚生活摄影展赛万元大奖。他的作品名为《琵琶·莫林纳与敬老院的老人们(Pepa Molina, and some of the residents of the Parque Habitacional)》呈现了一名正在为敬老院的老人表演西班牙弗拉明戈舞的表演者。评委对其的评价为“展现了一位女舞蹈艺术家全情投入的美” 。

      2018年悉尼儿童生活摄影展3-7岁年龄段的获奖者为来自悉尼西城米多班克地区(Meadowbank)7岁的科比·克莱里(Kobi Cleary)。他的作品名为《聪明的沃里(Where’s Wally?)》呈现同名动画人物隐藏在乐高积木中的聪颖和调皮。

      荣获2018年悉尼儿童生活摄影展8-11岁年龄类别奖的是来自悉尼北岸诺曼赫斯特地区(Normanhurst)年仅10岁的帕特里克·麦卡锡(Patrick McCarthy)。他的作品名为《小物纪实(The Little Things)》描绘了他眼中沉浸在悉尼清澈海水里那些鹅卵石的和谐。”



媒体信息或图片,请联系悉尼市政府高级媒体顾问Elaine Kelly.
电话0477 362 550 或邮件ekelly@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au  

采访市长Clover Moore, 请联系Julia Lenton.
电话 0410 748 039 或邮件 jlenton@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au