Year 12 Perspectives 2009 - 20 April - 31 May 2010

20 February - 28 june 2010


People's Choice Award

We’ve made voting for the People’s Choice Award a lot easier, this year you can SMS your vote for your favourite Western Australian student artwork from the Year 12 Perspectives 2009 exhibition.

SMS your vote for a chance to WIN!

Each SMS vote will contribute to selecting the recipient of the People’s Choice Award, which will be announced on 13 May 2010. Plus there’s the chance to win a great prize.

How to SMS your Vote
To vote for your favourite Year 12 Perspectives 2009 artwork SMS the unique artwork code along with your full name and postcode to 1994 4144. SMS cost $0.55 (incl GST).



People's Choice Award - SMS Voting

Each SMS vote will be entered into the People’s Choice Award before voting closes on Sunday 9 May 2010. You can vote as often as you like. Once you have voted you will be automatically added to our SMS mobile subscriber database. You can opt out of the database by emailing and using the subject line Unsubscribe SMS.

Where can I find unique artwork code?

When you visit Year 12 Perspectives 2009 exhibition you will find the unique artwork code next to each artwork (see the example above). If you can't make it to the exhibition before the People's Choice Award closes on Sunday 9 May 2010, then simply download the complete list of the Western Australian student artworks. If you have any questions regarding SMS voting please read our Frequently Asked Questions.

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Be.interactive. Helpdesk 1800 65 33 44. SMS Cost $0.55 (incl GST). Competition opens 19/02/10 and closes 09/05/10 at 17.00 (AWST). Winners notified instantly by reply SMS and published on from 13 May 2010. Terms and conditions available on this website or at Gallery reception. Promoter is Art Gallery of Western Australia.




Year 12 Perspectives 2009 exhibition is sponsored by The International Foundation for Art and Culture. It is supported by the Department of Education, the Curriculum Council and Nova 93.7.

IFAC - sponsor logo

Nova 93.7 - sponsor logo

Department of Education - sponsor logo


Govt of WA - Curriculum Council - sponsor logo


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Last Reviewed: 23 September 2010

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