Warringah Art Prize
Prize Pool More Than Doubled as Exhibition Moves to Warringah Creative Space
Artists are the winners as Warringah Council relaunches the Warringah Art Exhibition as the Warringah Art Prize – more than doubling the prize pool to $22,000.
‘Residents have told us how important self-expression and creativity is to our community, so we’ve doubled our commitment to this important art event,’ said Warringah Mayor Michael Regan.
‘In addition to more than doubling the prize money, we’re holding the event over two exhibitions, both at our own Warringah Creative Space. For the first time the very popular Youth and Waste to Art finalists will be displayed in their own exhibition, separate to the General finalists.’
The extra prize money has come thanks to Council staff finding efficiencies in the event, which has been running for more than 60 years.
The General category is open to artists 18 and above. The Youth category has been split into two groups 12 – 16 years and 17 – 21 years.
Two dimensional original paintings, drawings, printmaking, collage and photography can be entered in the General or Youth categories.
The Waste to Art category is open to everyone over 12 years and can also include sculpture, clothing, collage and jewellery, but it must be made from reused or recycled materials.
Registrations close Sunday 12 July 2015. For registration form and conditions of entry, visit: warringah.nsw.gov.au/play/arts-and-culture/warringah-art-prize
Warringah Art Prize
Waste to Art and Youth Exhibition: 13 – 23 August
General Exhibition: 28 August – 6 September
Warringah Creative Space, 105 Abbott Road, North Curl Curl
BEAMS Arts Festival is flash of light in the night; the collective sparks of creative ideas combining in one great surge of light, sound, colour and movement.
It is FREE to submit to BEAMS Art Festival 2015.
BEAMS Arts Festival facilitates collaborative projects between ideas people – creatives, makers, artists, performers, businesses, creative industries and the vibrant community of Chippendale. It is a golden opportunity for networking and future collaboration in the creative heart of Sydney.
The submissions deadline is fast approaching, so get your idea in for BEAMS 2015 – click here
Linden Postcard Show 2015
19 September – 21 November 2015
Opening night Friday 18 September 4-8pm
Artist Submissions Now Open
All works strictly 8” x 10”
Over $10,000 worth of prizes up for grabs
Terms and conditions now available
entries close midnight Monday 17 August 2015
Front Window Project is a new space committed to presenting interesting and innovative work by professional practitioners. Our annual program will incorporate curated, solo and collaborative projects across a broad range of media.Proposed works need to be appropriate for a publicly viewable window.
Our small curatorial team is currently accepting proposals for the rest of 2015 and early 2016. Proposals should include the following:
1. your name, address, email, phone number
2. a paragraph or two about your work in general
3. a description (one page or less) of the work you intent to exhibition and the ideas that underpin the work
4. no more than 10 low resolution images (each image must be smaller than 1MB)
5. your CV
please zip all of these and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
download the floor plan here front window floorplan
There is no exhibition fee charged for exhibiting in the Front Window.
Exhibitions may run for a period of 2 weeks to 4 weeks depending on the calendar.
A $25,000 National acquisitive prize for a painting inspired by the Australian landscape
Applications close Saturday the 19th of September
Finalists announced Friday the 25th of September
Exhibition of National Finalists Opening Night and Presentation
Thursday 22nd October, 6 – 8 pm
111 – 113 Queen Street Woollahra, NSW 2025. Entrance via Dorhauer Lane
All paintings are available for sale. Please contact Marlene Antico on (02) 9362 0282 for all enquiries email@example.com
KEISAN is a brand new art gallery space that will open on 7 August 2015.
Taking Artists’ Submissions
Located at the heart of Sydney CBD, with high accessibility to transport, The Menzies hotel attracts a large amount of tourist clientele, who are interested in what Sydney’s creative outlets and local art scenes have to offer.
Initially established as Sydney’s first Japanese sushi restaurant in 1972, KEISAN was one of the cities’ most popular dining destinations.
Newly repurposed, Keisan is now re-opening its doors as an art gallery space with classic Japanese decor.
KEISAN Launch Night Exhibition 7 August 2015