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Hahndorf Academy Adelaide Hills Arts Prize 2017


Exhibition Opening Saturday 4 November 2.30pm

Exhibition Dates Saturday 4 November - Sunday 10 December

Hahndorf Academy Adelaide Hills Arts Prize 2017 Finalists Exhibition

Ben Goode, Marek Herbut, Sheila Whittam, Deborah Cantrill, Alan Ramachandran, Jean Kenny, Eugene Casey, Alice Blanch, Anna Durovka, Alison Mitchell, Tim Thomson, Laura Wills, Philip David, Donna Chess, Adrian Headland, Imogen Porteous, Sonya Moyle, Margaret Lillywhite, Bridgitte Williams, Nina Frigault, Susie Riley, Donovan Christie, Ursula Kiessling, Sally Gibson-Dore, Andrea Wyatt

The Hahndorf Academy is proud to present a new arts prize for 2017 to celebrate our region. We invited artists to engage with and to interpret their experience of the Adelaide Hills and the diversity of the landscape, the natural, rural or urban and the ever-changing seasons.

The Adelaide Hills Arts Prize 2017 encourages artists to express their connection with the Hills in ways that highlight and capture their awareness of the dynamic and diverse environment and landscape with works in any medium.

The successful winner of the $2,000 Arts Prize and Highly Commended Prize will be announced at the opening on Saturday 4 November 2.30pm. Judges Naomi Fallon and Hugo Mitchell will be selecting the winners of the prizes prior to November 4.

Arts Prize

$2,000

 

Highly Commended

$500 Gift Prize from The Paint Box art supplies shop


 

Entries close 1 September 2017 Entry fee $22 Exhibition Dates Saturday 4 November – Sunday 10 December

 

The arts prize is open to artists who reside in South Australia. Two-dimensional and three-dimensional works in any medium are accepted with works created from 2016 to 2017 and with works available for sale. All entries will be presented to a panel of judges and The Hahndorf Academy will host a finalist exhibition from 4 November – 10 December 2017.

More Information and entry forms are on our website www.hahndorfacademy.org.au

Email contact@hahndorfacademy.org.au

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