Andrew Totman, A Glowing Memory, Monotype and Intaglio, 76×56, 2021.
Both Andy Totman, with A Glowing Memory, and Susan Baran, with Alhambra Palace, have been selected as finalists in the Peebles Print Prize.
Seong Cho, Unaccompanied Trail VI
Sydney Printmakers members have been selected as finalists in several Prizes recently.
Seong Cho has been selected for the Waverley Art Prize with Unaccompanied Trail VI (above).
Janet Parker Smith and Ben Rak have been selected for the Geelong Acquisitive Print Awards 2021.
Anthea Boesenberg and Danielle Creenaune have been selected for the Firestation Print Studio Australian Monoprint Prize 2021.
Congratulations to all.
The Prize is open to all artists who reside in Australia, with the exception of employees of Central Coast Council.
All artwork must have been produced within the last 12 months.
The Aboriginal Artist Prize is only awarded to Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander entrants.
Selected finalists must be able to deliver the selected artwork to Gosford Regional Gallery by 10 September 2021 or the work will not be eligible for prizes.
All entries must be submitted online via the website www.judgify.me/gosfordartprize2021 – full Terms and Conditions are available on this website.
First Prize – $15,000
Second Prize – $5,000
Aboriginal Artist Prize – $2,500
Gosford Ceramics Prize – $2,000
Highly Commended – $1,000 (two prizes)
Viewer’s Choice Award – $500 gift voucher
Gosford Art Prize entry fee is $30 per entry (max. two entries per artist)
Gosford Ceramics Prize entry fee is $20 per entry (max. 2 entries per artist)
Entry fees are non-refundable and only works with paid entry fees are eligible for prizes and for selection for exhibition inclusion.
Online entries open: 1 July 2021
Online Entries close: 22 August 2021, 11:59 PM
Finalists announced: 30 August 2021
Delivery of finalists deadline: 10 September 2021
Prizes announced: 24 September 2021
Exhibition dates: 25 September to 28 November 2021
Printmaking Prize 2021: Call for Entries
Waverley Woollahra Art School is excited to launch its inaugural Printmaking Prize in 2021.
Our Prize is a celebration of print and as such we invite entries from artists using all print techniques from traditional to digital. We invite entries from printmakers who are established, emerging, only just beginning as well as cross-disciplinary artists exploring the world of print.
2021 Prizes are non-acquisitive and include:
Entries close at midnight Friday 30th July
Judging will take place online. 20 finalists will be selected (10 from each category) and these works will be exhibited in an online exhibition on the WWAS website. Finalists will be announced on 15 September 2021 and winners will be notified by the 22 September.
The Waverley Woollahra Art School Printmaking Prize is proudly supported by Woollahra Council.
Not long left to get your entries in!
Submission call for entries begins Mar 25, 2021
Deadline for entries Jun 30, 2021
Finalists announced mid-Jul, 2021
Delivery of framed works Aug 10 – 14, 2021
Private opening & celebrations 11am Aug 28, 2021
Sponsor, artist & guest lunch 1pm Aug 28, 2021 at 360Q
Official public opening August 29, 2021
Exhibition Aug 29th – Sep 27, 2021
PPP21 Peoples’ Choice draw announced Sun Sep 26, 2021 at 4pm
And here is a link to the catalogue.
Congratulations to members of Sydney Printmakers who were selected.
There’s still time to enter the Blue Mountains Print Prize.
Entries Open: April 1st
Entries Close: June 18th
Delivery: Sunday the 20th June 10am – 2pm – No exceptions.
Pick Up: Not before Sunday 27th June from 5pm – 7pm.
Opening Night: Friday 25th June, 6:30pm
Exhibition Open: Saturday & Sunday – 26 & 27th June, 9:00 till 5:00.
Sizes below are the MAXIMUM whether the works are framed or unframed. (Unframed must be foam core backed)
Works will be displayed at the discretion of the BMCAC Committee.
Works will be accepted by mail. Works must be flat packed and include a stamped self addressed envelope or label for return mail. Works must arrive before the closing date.
BMCAC Print Prize
c/- I. Russell
16 Olivet St
Go here for the Entry Form.
This is the final post from the Burnie Print Prize.
Inkmasters Print Exhibition will show at Tanks Arts Centre Cairns. It is an international juried exhibition which brings together the best printmakers from our region with national and international artists from around the world. The works entered can be any print medium (or combination of media), traditional and contemporary, in a range of formats including 3D works such as artists’ books. 100 prints will be selected from all entries. Prizes will be awarded including an award named for Anna Eglitis, a senior Cairns artist who mentored some of the Far North’s most prolific and important artists.
On opening night there will be a public lecture at 5pm and the official launch commences at 6pm. All are cordially invited.