|Submissions are open for Relief, our next online exhibition. This exhibition is open to national and international artists working with relief printmaking techniques and processes such as woodcut, linocut, and wood engraving. Artists can submit one work, per exhibition. Works submitted must have been completed after January 2020 to be considered. Artists will be contacted a week prior to the exhibition commencing to notify them on the outcome of their submission.|
Selected works will be exhibited online 1 June – 31 August 2022.
Submissions are open now via the Megalo website. Click here for details.
Congratulations to Lea Kannar Lichtenberger and to Carolyn McKenzie Craig, both finalists in the Ravenswood Art Prize.
2022 is an exciting year for the St Kevin’s Art Show as we launch our new name, Omnia Art Prize, and increase the major non-acquisitive prize to $15,000.
It’s a positive move for this much-loved art show, helping to cement its position as a premier art award that builds on its long and successful history.
Each year we invite established and emerging Australian artists to submit (through our online application) up to three contemporary works of art. The total prize pool available across three categories is $19,500.
There are three prizes on offer which are awarded by a guest judge:
- Major Prize – $15,000 for most outstanding work in any medium
- Brother McCarthy Memorial Award – $3,500 for best work on paper
- Audrey Culliver People’s Choice Award – $1,000 for most popular work
Note: Works on paper are eligible to be considered for the Major Prize and the Brother McCarthy Award so artists should not be discouraged from entering smaller works.
Key Dates 2022
Entries open: 21 March
Applications close: 22 April
Selection notification: 6 May
Artwork delivery: 20-21 May
Gala opening night: 27 May
Exhibition: 27 May – 30 May
Artwork collection: 30 May 4-7pm & 31 May 9-4pm
Congratulations to Lea Kannar Lichtenberger and Nathalie Hartog Gautier who have both been selected for the prestigious Alice Prize.
Calling all artists and designers: this national art prize is looking for innovative ideas for the future.
The Environmental Art & Design Prize is open to painting, photography, digital media, ceramics, functional and textile design and more, and is an annual non acquisitive award with nine categories and a prize pool over $40,000.
The prize’s exhibition of finalist artworks is presented by Manly Art Gallery & Museum, and it is again calling for entries.
2022 Prize entries open March 15 – May 11 2022.
Exhibition of finalist work 5-28 August 2022.
The exhibition of finalist works will be displayed at Manly Art Gallery & Museum, Curl Curl Creative Space and Mona Vale Pop Up Gallery in August 2022.
Entries now open
Artists and designers across the country are now welcome to submit entries.
Please read the Terms and Conditions of Entry before commencing your entry form.
Closes at 5pm, Wednesday 11 May 2022.
The application is open to all artists over 18 years old and from all artistic disciplines, styles, career paths, stages and educational backgrounds. You will find all the information, the rules, and the application form on our website clicking the button below
Participation is free of charge.
Entry deadline: May 1, 2022
Ruth Faerber: Centenary marks the 100th year of artist Ruth Faerber and celebrates her work and contribution to our cultural life.
Saturday 2 April – Sunday 1 May
Gallery 2, Level 2, Mosman Art Gallery
Mosman Art Gallery is open from 10am to 4pm daily.
(closed on public holidays)
+61 2 9978 4178
1 Art Gallery Way
Mosman 2088 Australia
Anthea Boesenberg and Anna Russell, together with Rhonda Nelson have been successful in their submission for Climarte’s poster project with this ‘Canary in the Coal Mine’ poster with a nod to Spike Milligan. The posters will be pasted up across Melbourne over the next few weeks, together with 9 other posters from other artists.
Go HERE to read about the project.
Please Note: The opening at Gang Gang Gallery has been postponed until the following Saturday 12 March 1 – 4 pm.