There are less than two weeks remaining to enter the 2020 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize!
The prize, for artists whose work considers the natural world, is open to practitioners of any form of visual fine art, with the exception of pure photography. It’s an opportunity for artists to engage with the world around them and use their art to make a statement about the scientific issues facing our planet.
The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize has categories for Open and Emerging Artists with a total prize pool of $45,000. Judges are drawn from across the spectrum of arts and sciences. For the 2020 prize they are:
- Dr David Gaimster, Chief Executive, Auckland War Memorial Museum.
- Alexie Glass-Kantor, Executive Director, Artspace Sydney.
- Professor Anton van den Hengel, Director, Australian Institute for Machine Learning.
- Brian Oldman, Director, South Australian Museum.
Thank you to all artists who have already finalised their submissions. For others, you still have time to enter, or to finalise an entry you have saved as a draft in our entry system.
Entries in the 2020 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize will close on Friday 13 March 2020 at 5pm ACDT.
For further information, including full competition rules, please click here.
Best of luck to all entrants.