Finalists – Banyule Award for Works on Paper 2021

Ended — at Banyule City Council

We are proud to announce that Alice Nampitjinpa Dixon, Eunice Napapangka Jack and Mitjili Napurrula were all finalists in the 2021 Banyule Award for Works on Paper for their edition prints! The award is awarded biennially to an outstanding contemporary work on paper.

This is a prestigious national art prize, with the winning artwork entered into the Banyule Art Collection.

In 2019, Banyule acquired the winner and 10 additional artworks from the finalists’ exhibition, making a significant investment in the arts and raising the profile of this prize.

Main Acquisitive Prize: $10,000
Commendation Prize: $1000
People’s Choice Award (voted by public, announced at the end of the exhibition period): $1000

Important dates

Exhibition Dates: 14 January – 13 March 2022

Award Ceremony/Celebration – 25 February 2022, 6-8PM (Melbourne time)

2021 finalists
The theme this year was Community.

Banyule Awards received 202 eligible entries, from which 33 amazing finalists were selected:

Rosalind Atkins
Lee Bethel
Victoria Bilogan
Maggie Brown
Karen Coull
Carolyn Craig
Chelle Destefano
Kathy Fahey
Christine Fontana
Claire Grant
Bridget Hillebrand
Winsome Jobling
Anna Kiparis
Damon Kowarsky
Kir Larwill
Lucy Maddox
Ally McKay
Claire Mooney
Alice Nampitjinpa Dixon
Mitjili Napurrula
Harry Nankin
Eunice Napanangka Jack
Phuong Ngo
Catherine O’Donnell
Glenda Orr
Chris Orr
Laura Osborne
Brian Robinson
Anne Starling
Liz Walker
Cleo Wilkinson
Carole Dawn Wilson
Maria Anna Zeiss

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