Friday, 18 October 2013

October Art Prizes

Mc Clelland Award, Waverley Library Gallery, Adelaide Perry, Rick Amor Drawing Prize

Applications are NOW OPEN for the McClelland Sculpture Survey & Award 2014 from 1 September to 31 October 2013. National and international sculptors are encouraged to apply.

The selected artists will be eligible for the McClelland Award an acquisitive award of $100,000; the Frankston City People’s Choice Award of $20,000 and the McClelland Achievement Prize (MAP) valued at $30,000 which also includes a solo exhibition at McClelland.
Since its inception in 2003, the McClelland Sculpture Survey & Award has emerged as the most important biennial outdoor sculpture exhibition in Australia. The exhibition presents over 30 works in an outdoor exhibition that highlight the diversity and invention of contemporary sculpture.The  2014 McClelland Sculpture Survey & Award will be open to the public from Sunday 23 November 2014 until Sunday 19 July 2015 at McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery.
Submissions to the McClelland Sculpture Survey & Award 2014 must be received by no later than close of business 31 October 2013, the shortlisted artists will be announced early December 2013.
For further infromation please contact:
Charlotte Carter
McClelland Survey Coordinator
Ph: 03 9789 1671 ext. 106


Waverley Library Gallery 

Call for applications close 5.00pm November 29.
Waverley Council is proud to announce the release of its 2014 EOI for the Library Galleries at the Ron Lander Centre, Waverley Library. The Ron Lander centre experiences a visitation of 42000 people per month and boasts unique spaces which are perfect for alternate or traditional installations and exhibitions. Positioned in the heart of the Eastern suburbs, the 2014 program will include a mix of contemporary practitioners and community groups.
For more information about this unique exhibition opportunity head to

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Adelaide Perry

Australian artists are invited to enter the Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing 2014. This annual $20,000 acquisitive prize is in its ninth year and attracts artists from across Australia. This year's winner, as judged by artist Jenny Sages was Susan J White's ink on paper work Hawkesbury. 

Entries close Friday 17 January 2014 and an exhibition of finalists runs from 28 February - 28 March 2014.


Last call for Rick Amor Drawing Prize

The Rick Amor Drawing Prize was established in 2010 by one of Australia's most eminent living artists. It is held every second year at the Art Gallery of Ballarat in Victoria. The award is worth $10,000 and is acquisitive for the Gallery collection.
In making the decision to sponsor the Prize, Rick Amor said "Drawing is the most direct and intimate expression of an artist's sensibility. It reveals the temperament, touch and vision of the maker in a way that is rarely matched by any other form of visual art, and it is the best way I know for an artist to record sights and ideas. I hope that this prize gives people one more reason to keep drawing.
The award is for small drawings and each entry must be no larger than the most readily available watercolour paper, which measures 56cm x 76cm. Amor says that he chose this conditions because "restricting the works to a modest size allows the viewer an intimate experience of each drawing without the distraction of competing scale."

The Prize draws entries from some of Australia's most eminent artists. In 2012, there were 672 entries from across Australia, of which 76 were as finalists to be included in the exhibition.

Entries close
Friday 1 November 2013
Artists advised of selection byFriday 22 November 2013

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