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Children ranging in age from three to seventeen have become finalists in the Zurich Young Portrait Prize. The overall category winners will be announced today at the National Gallery Ireland and an exhibit of all the shortlisted artists will run until 12 January 2020. 

The National Gallery of Ireland has announced the shortlists for both the Zurich Portrait Prize and Zurich Young Portrait Prize. 

A final call is being made for children and young people to enter the inaugural Zurich Young Portrait Prize, an inclusive all-Ireland art competition open to children and young people of all abilities aged from 0 to 18.

The 2019 Dalkey Book Festival is well and truly underway, and the weather is unlikely to dampen the spirits of book enthusiasts who will flock to the festival for what promises to be a thrilling literary weekend.
The 2019 Zurich Portrait Prize is inviting artists to enter this portraiture competition to be in with a chance of winning the renowned accolade of portrait artist of the year.  This is the second year of Zurich’s association with the competition.
Dalkey Book Festival has been described as “a delicious cocktail of politics and culture” by The Irish Times and this year – it’s 10th year in action – is set to live up to this expectation. 

The inaugural Zurich Young Portrait Prize at the National Gallery of Ireland has been announced and encourages children of all ages to get creative through the medium of portraiture.

Last chance to see the Zurich Portrait Prize exhibition at the National Gallery before it closes on 13 January. 

The National Gallery of Ireland has announced the winning artist for the 2018 Zurich Portrait Prize. Mandy O’Neill won for her portrait and Kim Haughton and Blaise Smith were highly commended.

The National Gallery of Ireland has announced the shortlisted artists for the 2018 Zurich Portrait Prize. Now in its fifth year, the competition is a celebration of contemporary portraiture and showcases the talent and flair of artists working across a number of disciplines.