Climate change poses important risks and opportunities for business and financial leaders globally and the Zurich sponsored Bloomberg Green Summit event will see top experts, influencers and activists call for real climate action and lasting positive change.
Aidan Crotty wins the Portrait Prize and Eva McParland has been crowned the winner of the Young Portrait Prize at the National Gallery of Ireland’s Zurich Portrait Prize which was held as a virtual event this year.
Garry Ringrose was voted Zurich Players’ Player of the Year, Caelan Doris was voted Young Player of the Year and the Irish Women’s XVs Player went to Cliodhna Moloney at the Zurich Irish Rugby Players Awards 2020.
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.
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.