Hidden Rookwood Sculptures two thousand and nineteen -- The Naked & Nude Art Prize -- The Clip Award -- The Lethbridge twenty thousand Small Scale Art Award two thousand and nineteen -- Ballarat International Foto Biennale: New Photography Award & MArtin Kantor Portrait Prize -- Ceramic Break Sculpture Park Prize -- TriennialSculpture by the Sea Bondi -- The Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship for Emerging Artists -- NAVA New South Wales Artists Grant -- The Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship for Emerging Artists -- Footscray Art Prize -- Archibald Prize two thousand and nineteen -- Wynne Prize two thousand and nineteen -- Sir John Sulman Prize -- The Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize -- Sculpture in an Orange Garden -- Milburn Art Prize -- - Firstdraft 2019/20 program call-out -- NAVA two thousand and nineteen Grants -- Gallipoli Art Prize two thousand and nineteen -- Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize -- Bruny Island Residency -- Hadleys Art Prize -- Blacktown City Council Creative Arts Fund & Residency Program Hidden Rookwood Sculptures two thousand and nineteen The Naked & Nude Art Prize The Clip Award Closing date for entries. Wednesday three April 2019, 12pm Midday (AWST) Exhibition opening date Friday, thirty-one May 2019, 6pm The Lethbridge twenty thousand Art Award two thousand and nineteen Australias largest small scale Art prize has increased its prize money to $20000. Open to national and international Artists for small-scale Artworks. Entrants may submit 2D Artworks up to 61cm (24 inches) in height or width. The Judging is based on three equally evaluated criteria of creativity, originality and skill. Entries close: seventeen May two thousand and nineteen Date Prize Announced twenty-nine June two thousand and nineteen Exhibition Dates twenty-seven June two thousand and nineteen - six July two thousand and nineteen Ballarat International Foto Biennale: New Photography Award. Since two thousand and five the Ballarat International Foto Biennale has been a force in the promotion of Australian and international photography. A two month-long festival event that immerses the historic town of Ballarat in photographic Art, the Ballarat international Foto Biennale presents exhibitions of important contemporary photographers selected by leading curators in a rich Artistic program. Excitingly for the first time in two thousand and nineteen the Ballarat International Foto Biennale will launch its NEW PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD. This award places the focus on photographic Artists working throughout the Asia Pacific region; seeking to find those whose work is beginning to receive critical attention and deserves to be seen by international audiences . A selection of up to six Artists will each receive a solo exhibition within the two thousand and nineteen core program in a venue alongside other finalists, and receive one-on-one support from BIFB curators in the realisation of their exhibition. all applicants will have their submissions reviewed by an international jury of leading curators and gallery directors. Judges will award one cash prize of AUD $10,000 to an overall winner, with an extra AUD $1,000 being awarded the People ’s Choice Award, as voted by the public. The premise for the two thousand and nineteen Ballarat International Foto Biennale is ‘Hello World. ’ At the outset, with its polite gesture – hello – this salutation acknowledges some of the major challenges facing a globalising world and its population. Specifically, this rather personifying greeting evokes investigations into human behaviour and human intervention in areas of ecology, rights, race, capital, and conflict. Applications open: NOW Applications close:1 May two thousand and nineteen Finalists contacted:1 June two thousand and nineteen More information Ballarat International Foto Biennale: MArtin Kantor Portrait Prize This is open to all photographers and photo media Artists and gives you the chance to have your work displayed and viewed at the Ballarat International Foto Biennale from twenty-three August to twenty October two thousand and nineteen in Ballarat. The acquisitive first prize of $15,000 AUD, generously supported by the Dara Foundation, will be awarded to the work judged to be an exceptional photographic portrait of a significant Australian. Applications open: NOW Applications close: thirty-one May two thousand and nineteen More information The Inaugural Ceramic Break Sculpture Park Triennial Acquisitive Sculpture Prize two thousand and nineteen An acquisitive prize of $12,000. The prize is open to all sculptors working in any medium and entries are now invited for the two thousand and nineteen award The winning sculpture will form pArt of the permanent display at Ceramic Break Sculpture Park in Warialda NSW. The park opened in two thousand and three and has over thirty sculptures on display throughout the three bushwalks and three dedicated Art galleries. Ceramic Break Sculpture Park offers guests an Art experience with a difference in rural NSW. The goal of this contest is to diversify the park ’s collection . Entry is free for all submissions. Applications close 1st July two thousand and nineteen More information Sculpture by the Sea Bondi Footscray Art Prize 2019 Thursday twenty June two thousand and nineteen The Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship for Emerging Artists NAVA New South Wales Artists Grant Archibald Prize two thousand and nineteen Wynne Prize two thousand and nineteen Sir John Sulman Prize Submissions are now open for hidden Rookwood Sculptures 2019.Rookwood General Cemetery are interested in works that respond to the diverse themes of history, culture, remembrance, love, cycles of life and the passage of time. We are open to a wide range of Artistic approaches, materials and forms. There is the possibility of involving kinetic elements, performance and pArticipatory engagements. Rookwood is offering a non-acquisitive award of $10,000 for one Artist. all Artists that are selected into HIDDEN two thousand and nineteen will be eligible for this award. The successful Artist will be selected by an external panel of judges. The award recipient will be announced at the HIDDEN launch. Entries close: twenty-five March 2019The biennial Naked & Nude Art Prize (previously the Manning Art Prize: Naked & Nude) commenced in one thousand, nine hundred and ninety with entries open to Australian Artists. The Art Prize is a pArtnership between Friends of the Manning Regional Art Gallery and the Manning Regional Art Gallery. After twenty-nine years, the Naked & Nude Art Prize has become a prestigious national event on the Australian Arts Calendar and is open to Artists in a variety of mediums. The lucrative event in two thousand and seventeen carried a $21,000 prize pool, which has been increased to $31,000 for 2019. The winning entry is acquired by the Friends and donated to the Manning Regional Art Gallery’s permanent collection.$31,000 Prize MoneyEntries close thirty June 2019Exhibition held seven -13 October 2019, Manning Valley Regional GalleryThe two thousand and nineteen Contemporary Landscapes in Photography (CLIP) Award is now open for entries. CLIP is an internationally open photographic prize for new perspectives in natural and urban landscape photography. The selection criteria focuses on images which are original, stimulating, and that challenge traditional notions of landscape photography. CLIP is one of the most unique landscape exhibitions, displaying a collective representation of the relationship between place, space and mind in contemporary life and culture. Open to all Artists practising in the medium of photography, the CLIP award offers award entrants the chance to have their work viewed by a selection panel consisting of leading national and international industry professionals. They will select approximately forty Artworks that will be featured in a professional group exhibition at the Perth Centre for Photography, accompanied by an exhibition catalogue and online promotion. Cash prizes: Overall winner $3000Student $ 1000Judges Commendation $500Call for Submissions for the 23rd annual Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi to be staged along the coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama in Sydney, Australia from twenty-four October – ten November two thousand and nineteen are now open! Awards & subsidies include: The Aqualand Sculpture Award of $70,000Each Artist’s costs are underwritten up to $2,000 and all reasonable installation equipment is provided at no costThree Helen Lempriere Scholarships of $30,000 each open to Australian ArtistsFour subsidies of $5,000 – $10,000 for new and innovative Artworks funded by the Australia Council for the ArtsTwo Clitheroe Foundation Mentorships of $15,000 for young emerging Australian Artists$10,000 for an Israeli Artist to exhibit$10,000 for a Danish Artist to exhibitThe Wallace Foundation New Zealand Sculptor Award for a New Zealand Artist increased to NZ$8,000Dick Bett Memorial Invitation for a Tasmanian Artist of $5,000Online applications close at midnight twenty-two April 2019.The Footscray Art Prize is a biennial non-acquisitive visual Art prize for contemporary Artworks across multiple platforms and disciplines. It is open for entries nationally and does not have a theme. fixed in 2016, it contributes to Footscrays reputation as a thriving cultural hub that supports and fosters the Arts, and provides an opportunity to celebrate this Artistic vibrancy and creativity.4 main prizes up for grabs: The Footscray Art Prize: $10,000 -- Street Art Prize : $5000 -- Tertiary Prize: $1500 -- puerile Artist booty $1000Entries close Friday fifteen March 2019Exhibition opening and winners announced: Each year four x $5,000 scholarships are awarded to emerging Artists to assist with the cost of overseas travel to:• undertake formal study or• undertake a residency or mentorship (planned program with a professional Artist) or• undertake informal study for a planned research project. Funding Available: Individual applicants are eligible to apply for funding of up to $5,000 + GST.Important Dates: Applications close 23:59 AEDT Sunday thirty-one March 2019.The NSW Artists’ Grant has been initiated by NAVA to assist professional visual and media Arts, craft and design practitioners residing in NSW to produce, present and promote their work throughout NSW, interstate and overseas. Artists residing in regional NSW and western Sydney are encouraged to apply. This program is funded by Create NSW, an agency of the New South Wales Government and supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian State and Territory Governments. This grant provides assistance towards the costs of: Production of new creative workPresentation of work in a venueResidencies involving the production of new work/ presentation of new workProduction and distribution of an Artist ’s publication or portfolioSetting up a website, preparing a publicity campaignFunding Available:$1,250 plus GST for individuals$2,500 plus GST for groups/collectivesImportant Dates: This grant operates in quArterly rounds. Applications for this round close 23:59 AEST Monday twenty-two April 2019. Funds from this round can be used for projects or exhibitions taking place in August, September, October, November two thousand and nineteen only. The Trustees of the Art Gallery of New South Wales invite Artists to submit paintings in competition for the Archibald Prize 2019.The prize will be awarded, in the terms of the will of the late JF Archibald dated fifteen March 1916, to the best portrait ‘ preferentially of some man or woman distinguished in Art, letters, science or politics, painted by any Artist resident in Australasia during the twelve months preceding the date fixed by the Trustees for sending in the pictures’.Prize value: $100,000Entries in the Archibald Prize competition are also eligible to be considered for:•Packing Room Prize – value $1500•ANZ People ’s Choice – value $3500Key dates•Date of work: must be completed five April two thousand and eighteen – five April 2019•Eligibility period: resident in Australia/New Zealand five April two thousand and eighteen – five April 2019Delivery of entries: 8am-4pm, 1-5 April 2019The Trustees of the Art Gallery of New South Wales invite Artists to submit works in competition for the Wynne Prize 2019.The prize will be awarded, in the terms of the bequest of the late Richard Wynne of Mount Wilson, to the best landscape painting of Australian scenery in oils or watercolours or to the best example of figure sculpture by Australian Artists completed during the twelve months preceding the date fixed by the Trustees for sending in entries. Prize value: $50,000Entries in the Wynne Prize competition are also eligible to be considered for:•The Roberts Family Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Prize – value $10,000•The Trustees ’ Watercolour Prize – value $5000•John & Elizabeth Newnham Pring Memorial Prize – value $ 1000Key dates•Date of work: must be completed five April two thousand and eighteen – five April 2019•Eligibility period: resident in Australia five April two thousand and eighteen – five April 2019•Delivery of entries: 8am-4pm, 1-5 April 2019The Sulman Prize is awarded for the best subject painting, genre painting or mural project by an Australian Artist. The Trustees of the Art Gallery of New South Wales invite Artists to submit works in competition for the Sir John Sulman Prize 2019.The prize will be awarded, in the terms of the gift of the family of the late Sir John Sulman, to the best subject/genre painting and/or mural/mural project done by an Artist resident in Australia during the five years preceding the date fixed by the Trustees for sending in entries and that the painting and/or mural/mural project was executed during the two years preceding the date so fixed. Prize value: $40,000Key dates•Date of work: must be completed five April two thousand and seventeen – five April 2019•Eligibility period: resident in Australia five April two thousand and fourteen – five April 2019•Delivery of entries: 8am-4pm, 1-5 April two thousand and nineteen
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