Twenty images captured by some of Sydney’s youngest photographers have been selected as finalists in the City of Sydney’s annual Little Sydney Lives photography competition.
Images of nature, toys, animals and siblings, captured by kids aged 3 to 11 years, have been selected from dozens of entries from across Sydney.
For the seventh year, the junior counterpart to the renowned Australian Life photography competition, has attracted a high calibre of submissions from some of the city’s youngest aspiring photographers.
The finalists in order of age are:
- Ethan Chetty, aged 3, Acacia Gardens
- Ryder Wolf Symeonides, aged 4, Marrickville
- Isabel Kim, aged 5, Redfern
- Bronte McKnight, aged 5, Killarney Heights
- Jack Schuback, aged 5, Kingsford
- Kobi Cleary, aged 6, Meadowbank
- Lux Betancurt-Thornton, aged 6, Earlwood
- Rafael Mulcahy, aged 7, Surry Hills
- Giorgia Murray, aged 7, Leichhardt
- Alex Noel Saksena, aged 7, Kellyville
- Maximus Betancurt-Thornton, aged 8, Earlwood
- Alexandria Joseph, aged 8, Tempe
- Kuzey Aren Kesim, aged 8, Loftus
- Ishaan Choudhry, aged 8, Holsworthy
- Matilda Webb, aged 8, West Ryde
- Ruby Wilson, aged 10, Stanmore
- Etienne Duchesne, aged 11, Croydon
- Maya Weaver, aged 11, Dulwich Hill
- Hemi Hibberd-Poulton, aged 11, Manly
- Dibe Chaker, aged 11, Guildford
“The Little Sydney Lives competition always gives us a fascinating, funny insight into what life in Sydney is like for some of our youngest residents,” Lord Mayor Clover Moore said.
“Their honest, authentic interpretation of Sydney life entertains Sydneysiders of all ages.
“Little Sydney Lives is a favourite exhibition among the people of Sydney and proves that art is for everyone no matter their age.”
The Little Sydney Lives winners in each of the 3 to 7 and 8 to 11 years categories will be announced before the opening of the exhibition on 14 September 2017.
Finalists will be vying for the winners’ prize in each of the categories that includes a new camera and accessories worth $500.
Little Sydney Lives is part of the City of Sydney’s year-round Art & About program of events and temporary art projects in unusual spaces throughout the city.
Source: City of Sydney