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2017 Banyule Award for Works on Paper

The Banyule Award for Works on Paper is awarded biennially to an outstanding contemporary work on paper.  It is an acquisitive prize, with the winning artwork entered into the Banyule Art Collection.

The City of Banyule Art Collection is a contemporary collection of art works by leading and emerging Australian artists, including the likes of John Wolseley, Pat Brassington, Brook Andrew, Daniel Moynihan, John Nixon, and Peter Booth, just to name a few. While it includes a range of media it is distinguished by its collection of works on paper. The Banyule Award for Works on Paper capitalises upon this strength by developing this aspect of the collection further.

We invite artists working across all mediums to enter - painting, drawing, sculpture, artist books, jewellery, photography, printmaking, etc. Think outside the box! As long as the primary material used in making the artwork is paper, it is eligible for entry. 

The 2017 Banyule Award for Works on Paper is calling for artworks to respond to the curatorial theme, 'ebb and flow'

Finalists' artworks exhibited at Hatch Contemporary Arts Space from 5th October - 2nd December 2017. 

Important Dates:
Entries Open: 1 April - 31 July 2017
Finalists Notified: Monday 4 September 2017
Artworks Delivered: Saturday 23 September (1-5pm), Monday-Tuesday 25 & 26 September (10am-4pm) 2017
Exhibition Opening: Wednesday 4th October 2017 - Winner announced at Opening

Prize Pool:
Main Prize - $10,000
Commendation Prize - $1,000
People's Choice Award - $1,000

TO APPLY OR FOR MORE INFORMATION:

https://www.banyule.vic.gov.au/Arts-and-Events/Banyule-Award-for-Works-on-Paper

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Starts
Thursday 4 May, 2017
Ends
Monday 31 July, 2017
Venue
Hatch Contemporary Arts Spcae
Venue Address
14 Ivanhoe Parade, Ivanhoe, VIC 3079
Location

National, National

Website
Banyule City Council (opens in new window)
Category
Call for Artists
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