Redlands Westpac Art Prize

Redlands will be presenting the Prize in conjunction with the National Art School. Our curator this year is the respected contemporary artist Lindy Lee. Lindy is a previous winner of the Prize and curated the show in 2010. She has selected a diverse and exciting group of contemporary artists to exhibit in the 2012 Prize.

Art Exhibition previously on at National Art School Gallery in New South Wales, Australia.
From Thursday 03 May 2012 to Thursday 02 August 2012

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The NAS has been at the centre of Sydney’s art scene for almost a century, and has nurtured the talents of generations of artists, who have studied and worked in studios within the walls of the old Darlinghurst Gaol. The NAS Gallery encourages appreciation and critical perspectives of art and its role in society through direct engagement with artists and original works of art. The Gallery provides a context for the understanding and interpretation of historical and contemporary practice for the enjoyment of the public and the NAS communities of students, staff and alumni.

With its location in the centre of Sydney’s art world and its exceptional gallery facilities we will be raising the profile of the Redlands Westpac Art Prize to another level and we believe that the unique synergies that exist between the NAS and Redlands will benefit our students and the wider community for some time to come.

The successful selected artist will receive a $20,000 cheque courtesy of Westpac’s sponsorship.

The successful emerging artist will receive a $10,000 cheque courtesy of Konica Minolta.

Both artworks will in turn become part of the School’s teaching collection.

For further information please contact Tina Fleming on 02 9908 6484 or