|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.
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
Waverley Art Prize 2022: Call for Entries
With a main prize of $15,000, the 2022 Waverley Art Prize is open to painting, drawing, print & mixed media. Entries open Saturday 19 February 2022 and close 5pm Friday 13 May 2022.
This year’s Judges are Daniel Mudie Cunnigham (Director Programs, Carriageworks) and Michelle Cawthorn (artist).
To enter the prize please see the link below:
- Entries Open: 19 February 2022
- Entries Close: 13 May 2022
- Finalists Announcement: June 2022
- Prize Announcements: 1 July 2022
- Exhibition Dates: 2 July – 29 August 2022
Call for Entries Opening Soon! Time to start preparing your entries now.
Art Prize and Exhibition
Theme: ‘Planet Earth: The future is Circular’
Remagine Art Prize has a focus on sustainability and the environment. This year’s theme ‘Planet Earth: The future is Circular’, relates to the reduction of earth’s raw materials and to the reuse of these finite and precious natural resources. The transition to a ‘circular economy’ will help to address biodiversity and habitat loss, pollution and greenhouse emissions.
There is $11,000 in total prizemoney to be won. Open to Digital Art – Stills, Sculpture, Mixed Media, Ceramics, Painting, Drawing and Printmaking.
Held in partnership with the Hornsby Art Society, this innovative art prize began in 2009 to showcase artworks made from reused materials. Remagine Art Prize has evolved, and is now an art prize where artists can respond to the environmental challenges we are facing today.
The Remagine Art Prize exhibition will be held at Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre, Hornsby, from 27 May to 12 June 2022.
- Entries close 2 May 2022
- Award Ceremony 27 May 2022
- Exhibition 27 May – 12 June 2022
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Contact: Kathryn Beattie – Remagine@hornsby.nsw.gov.au
The Wyndham Art Prize returns in 2022, now in its eighth year. Entries will be opening on 1 Feb and closing on 1 April 2022!
As an annual contemporary art prize known for its scale and inclusivity, Wyndham Art Prize attracts entries from some of the best artists across Australia and offers opportunities for local and emerging artists as well.
The 2021 Wyndham Art Prize attracted the highest number entries, totalling over 300 works, of which 84 artists were selected as finalists, including 20 who are local to Wyndham. Mediums included sculpture, painting, drawing, printmaking, textiles, photography, installation, sound digital, video and more.
Cash prizes for 2022 include the Wyndham Art Prize of $15,000 (non-acquisitive) and the Local Emerging Art Prize of $5,000 (acquisitive). Finalists’ work will be on display at Wyndham Cultural Centre in June, July and August 2022.
The LUX Center for the Arts, Nebraska, in cooperation with Constellation Studios, will present ‘Surface Impressions,’ an ambitious exhibition focusing on hand-produced relief prints from woodblock, linoleum cut, wood engraving, and mixed media relief prints.
Now – Open for Submissions
March 18, 2022 – Deadline for submissions
June 3th – August 26th, 2022 Exhibition dates
April 1, 2022 – Artists Notified
June 1-4, 2022 – Juror events, opening, award selection
Summer 2022 – Events, workshops, steamroller printing
Eligible works: Original fine art prints from woodblocks, wood engravings, linoleum, and alternative relief surfaces; prints are to be printed on paper; created in 2019 to 2022. Only unframed works, please.
All national and international artists (18 years and older) are eligible to enter 5 works
This biennial of relief prints here in the center of America will showcase artists from around the country and abroad, all selected from an open call for entries. The works on exhibition focus on the role of the relief print as a means of cultural critique and exploration of this ancient but newly invigorated discipline as practiced and defined by today’s artists.Full details and enter HERE
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery
NWOP supports and promotes Australian artists working on or with paper. With a long and rich history, NWOP attracts leading contemporary artists from across Australia working in the fields of drawing, printmaking, digital prints and paper sculpture. Up to $60,000 awards and acquisitions.
Entries open: 13 January
Entries close: 11.59pm, Friday 8 April 2022
Finalists announced: Tuesday 3 May 2022
2022 National Works on Paper judges:
- Clothilde Bullen, Head of Indigenous Programs and Initiatives and Curator of Indigenous Art, AGWA
- Max Delany, Artistic Director and CEO, ACCA
- Jenna Lee, NWOP finalist 2020, Board of Directors, Craft Victoria
- Danny Lacy, Senior Curator/Artistic Director, MPRG
Enter Here: Enter by 8 April
Entries are open 30 November 2021 – 5 January 2022.
- Entries open Tuesday, 30 November 2021 to 3pm Wednesday, 5 January 2022
- Shortlist announcements on Monday, 31 January 2022
- Awards announcement and exhibition launch on Saturday, 9 April 2022
- Exhibition open Saturday, 9 April 2022 to Sunday, 19 June 2022