Artists are invited to enter the STILL National Still Life Award 2021 as Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery announces its call for entries for the biennial, acquisitive award of $30,000 for the major winner and $5,000 for the People’s Choice.
Now in its third year, STILL has developed a strong profile despite being a relative newcomer on the arts landscape, cementing Coffs Harbour’s place on the national arts map.
The contemporary art prize is open to all mediums and artists at all stages of their career, with the genre of still life offering fertile ground for the exploration of themes that pertain to our very existence.
The Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery continues to attract high profile judges for the award. The Gallery is thrilled to announce the judge in 2021 is Elizabeth Ann Macgregor OBE, Director of Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art.
Entries open 18 January and close 12 April 2021.
Honor Freeman's Small acts of care in STILL 2019. Photography by Jamie Williams.
STILL 2019: Mayor Denise Knight, Winning artist Kelly Austin, Judge Dr Rebecca Coates, and the Honourable Don Harwin MLC, Minister for the Arts. Photography by Jamie Williams.
Donna Marcus' Duchess in STILL 2019. Photography by Jamie Williams.
STILL 2021: Elizabeth Ann Macgregor OBE announced as guest judge for STILL National Still Life Award 2021. Photography by Brendan Read.