Queenscliff Neighbourhood House is playing host to the event which seeks to give loal youth, aged 14 to 20, a platform to "express their creativity, ideas, talents and imagination."
Youth coordinator Aaron Ford said upwards of 14 pieces had been submitted for the show, including paintings, photography and other genre.
"Hopefully it is something we will do every year and hopefully we will get more schools involved as it grows," he said.
"The theme is home and that can be whatever the artist interprets it as, It can be abstract, it can be literal or it could be where you think your home is."
Point Lonsdale's Beth Hodge has created a chair in the shape of a seated man, wearing a dress.
"I've twisted the word home, the chair man is a transgender woman. I want to show in some homes this is normal way of life.
Harley Olsen has submitted an embellished portrait of his sister's face.
"I did that to show I can take a part of my family, my home, anywhere with me," he said.