Image: Paul Snell, Intersect #201504,
A lambda print face-mounted to 6mm plexiglass.

In 1972, the Whyalla Art Prize was established by the Whyalla Arts Council. Originally designed to promote regional emerging artists, the prize has flourished and developed into a significant award and is seen as an important exhibition of contemporary arts in Australia.

Discovering new talents, invigorating artistic passions while supporting our national artists has seen the Whyalla community acquire an impressive and notable collection of artworks in iconic styles that reflect the spirit and the changing face of Australia.

The Whyalla Art Prize is a biennial prize open to all Australian residents for wall-based artwork in any medium other than photography.

The 2017 Whyalla Art Prize exhibition will open at the Middleback Arts Centre Saturday, September 30 and will run until December 2nd. The winner of the 2017 Whyalla Art Prize will be announced on Monday, October 9.

 

2017 Whyalla Art Prize

To be opened by Anthony Peluso,
Arts Programs Director, Country Arts SA

2017 CITY OF Whyalla Art Prize Winner

Announced by Mayor Lyn Breuer

The 2017 Whyalla Art Prize judging panel includes:

Leigh Robb, Curator of Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of South Australia

Dr Melentie Pandilovski, Director, Riddoch Art Gallery, Mount Gambier

Paul Snell, 2015 Whyalla Art Prize winner

 

Monday 9 October 2017

6 – 8 pm

Middleback Arts Centre Foyer

141a Nicolson Avenue, Whyalla

 

RSVP Friday 6 October to [email protected]

Whyalla Art Prize 2017 is sponsored by

Our Stories Our Way: Our Mob 2015 on tour
  • Visual Arts

Our Stories Our Way: Our Mob 2015 on tour

13th October 2017 — 18th February 2018

Presented by Country Arts SA

Our Stories Our Way: Our Mob 2015 on Tour is a collection of works by South Australian Aboriginal artists who exhibited in Our Mob 2015, presented by Adelaide Festival Centre and TARNANTHI Festival.

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Craft Anonymous
  • Visual Arts

Craft Anonymous

3rd November 2017 — 21st January 2018

Craft Anonymous addresses ideas around the body: approaching themes of adornment, embellishment, desire/disgust, and identity: public/private, femininity/masculinity, domesticity, place, family history and a sense of belonging.

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