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Young People of Bayside Art Exhibition

Young People of Bayside Art Exhibition 2021

2021's Young People of Bayside Art Exhibition showcases over 100 young artists' interpretation of the theme ‘Embracing the Moment’.

The FReeZA Event Committee invited young artists to embrace reconnection, growth and evolving from recent global events. Young artists responded with artwork encapsulating the theme with works exploring social media, COVID and connection to nature and friends.

Installing the exhibition

Further details on prizes, judging and celebration activities will be released soon. Please email freeza@bayside.vic.gov.au if you have any questions.

Purchasing artwork

If you wish to enquire about purchasing artwork, please contact Bayside Youth Services via email with:

  • the name of the art piece you are interested in
  • contact email
  • contact number

Youth Services will contact the artist and/or their parent guardian if they are under 18 expressing your interest and contact details. It will be at their discretion to contact the interested buyer. Bayside City Council will not be part of the negotiation, selling, or delivery of artwork.

Artists and buyers enter into these agreements independent of Bayside City Council.

Thank you for supporting young artists in Bayside. Please call Bayside Youth Services on 9599 4622 with any further enquiries.

2020 Young People of Bayside Art Exhibition

Last year, we were delighted to share the brilliant responses of 133 young artists, aged 10-25 who live, study or play in Bayside to the theme "Wonderful World".


Their works incorporated resilience, climate change and connecting to new members of the community, using a mixture of digital drawings, artwork on skateboards, portraits, hand drawings and photography.

We are proud to present the winners of the 2020 Young People of Bayside Art Exhibition:

View the 2020 winners

The Bayside Youth Art Exhibition is a FReeZA event. FReeZA is a Victorian Government initiative that supports young Victorians to get involved in their community by planning and running drug, smoke and alcohol-free music and cultural events for other young people.