Substation Contemporary Art Prize 2013 Closing Soon

Art Press Release from Australia. Published by anonymous on Tuesday 10 September 2013.

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The Substation Contemporary Art Prize is a national non-acquisitive award established to encourage innovation in contemporary art practice.

Major Prize: $10,000

People’s Choice: $1,000

The Westie: $1,000

The Substation: Exhibition Award

Judges:
Geraldine Barlow, Senior Curator, MUMA
Rachel Kent, Senior Curator, MCA

Curator:
Will Foster (The Substation)

Deadline: 24:00 on 16 September 2013

Exhibition dates: 18 October – 17 November 2013

A National $10,000 non-acquisitive award for contemporary visual art presented in Melbourne’s inner west.

Formerly known as the Williamstown Festival Art Prize, The Substation Contemporary Art Prize is open to all mediums across the visual arts including, painting, drawing, photography, print, sculpture, installation, digital and video.

Finalists of the prize will participate in a public exhibition that will inhabit the industrial exhibition spaces of The Substation, Newport. This prize has a international reach and aims to support and encourage the presentation of contemporary visual art in Melbourne’s West. The Prize is aimed at emerging,established and exhibiting artists.

A non-refundable fee is payable for each entry including those not selected for exhibition.

2 entries $55.00

1 entry $33.00

All fees received are applied to fund project expenses.

>Download the application guidelines

>Submit your online application