Event 'the churchie emerging art prize 2022'

'the churchie emerging art prize 2022'

Prize Announcement

02 September 2022
6.00PM–8.00PM

Join us at the IMA for the prize announcement of The Churchie Emerging Art Prize 2022. The Prize winner—who will receive a non-acquisitive $15,000 cash prize donated by long-standing sponsor BSPN Architecture—will be announced by guest judge Sebastian Goldspink. A further three prizes will be announced at this event, including a $5,000 Special Commendation prize sponsored by Fardoulys Constructions and two Commendation prizes of $1,000 each sponsored by Madison Cleaning Services.

This annual prize is open to emerging artists from across Australia working in any visual art medium. The 2022 finalists are Darcey Bella Arnold (VIC), Emma Buswell (WA), Jo Chew (TAS), Kevin Diallo (NSW), Norton Fredericks (QLD), Jan Gunjaka Griffiths (WA), Jacquie Meng (ACT), Daniel Sherington (QLD), Linda Sok (NSW), Lillian Whitaker (QLD), Agus Wijaya (NSW), and Emmaline Zanelli (SA). The exhibition is guest curated by emerging Sri Lankan-Australian curator Elena Dias-Jayasinha, in a role supported by Armitstead ART Consulting.

'The Churchie Emerging Art Prize 2021' prize announcement. Photo: Marc Pricop.

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