Zart Student Gallery
About Our Gallery
At Zart Art we have a students' art gallery which features the artworks of primary and secondary students from around Victoria. The gallery was set up to provide students with an opportunity to have their artworks valued and displayed in a 'real' art gallery. We believe students should learn to appreciate the artworks of their contemporaries and place their own artworks within a wider context. Each term the displays are changed so that as many individuals as possible have the opportunity to have their work viewed by others. Students, their parents and teachers are welcome to visit the gallery.
For more information about our Gallery and Exhibition Opening events please contact Zart Education on 03 9890 1867 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to submit an application for your school/student artwork to be considered for our Gallery, please contact Zart Education Manager Nic Plowman by email email@example.com.
Gallery Opening Hours
Mon-Wed, Fri: 8:30am-5:00pm | Thursday: 8:30am-6:30pm | Saturday: 9:00am-2:00pm | Public Holidays: Closed
Christmas Closure: Zart will closes at midday Friday 21st December 2018 and re-open at 8:30am Monday 7th January 2019.
Each term, Zart invites the parents, teachers and principals of the students (young artisits) who have contributed to that term's exhibition. We would like to thank all those who attend this wonderful evening
"The exhibition brought together students, teachers and parents and the positive acknowledgement of all works meant that the atmosphere during the evening was supportive and sensationally positive"
"I am extremely grateful for the opportunity this exhibition afforded my daughter and I commend Zart Art for their generosity of spirit in providing this wonderful gallery" B.Pullyblank
"On the day a letter came from my school telling me that I had a piece of art in the Zart Student Gallery I was very excited .... I was still very excited when we arrived at the gallery as were my friends who were there at the door." Student response