Seeking skilled teenage artists for Artwork of centenarian ‘The Centenarian Portrait Project by Teenagers’
Are you an artist aged between 15–19, interested in adding value to someone’s life and exploring a highly personal creative process?
The Centenarian Portrait Project by Teenagers is a community arts project that promotes intergenerational friendships, celebrates life at 100 (in all its forms) and fights the negative ageing stigma.
The ACT rendition will culminate in an exhibition in May 2023 presenting portraits of 100-year-olds by local teenage artists, following a life-affirming inter-generational process.
The program offers teenage artists the opportunity to get to know a local 100-yearold. We are currently looking for young people in the ACT, who are interested in drawing, painting, etching (etc) an ACTbased centenarian.
If you are an interested young person or you know a keen teenage artist, please contact Embraced Inc on 0484 197 345, via firstname.lastname@example.org or via our website.