The Churchie National Emerging Art Prize 2015 - Art Collector

Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, The Hunt, 2014. Stained wood, 45 x 180 x 85cm. Courtesy: the artist and Dianne Tanzer Gallery + Projects, Melbourne

Established in 1987 the churchie national emerging art prize is a highly regarded emerging art prize dedicated to innovation and excellence across contemporary, traditional and new media genres.

The annual non-acquisitive prize is an initiative of Anglican Church Grammar School (Churchie). Artists from all Australian states and territories are selected as finalists for the exhibition in a professional public gallery space, with the overall winner rewarded a $15,000 cash prize donated by long time sponsors Brand+Slater Architects, Brisbane.

Artists: Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, Alrey Batol, Amina McConvell, Anastasia Booth, Anne Harris, Benjamin Crowley, Bobby Kyriakopoulos, Chris Bennie, Claudia Greathead, Dana Lawrie, Daniel McKewen, Deb Mansfield, Genevieve Felix Reynolds, Harley Ives, James Barth, Joshua Bonson, Justine Varga, Llewellyn Millhouse, Lydia Wegner, Margaret Loy Pula, Martin George, Matthew Allen, Matthew Sneesby, Michaela Gleave, Patrick Cremin, Rachael Archibald, Robert Andrew,Sam MartinScott Morrison, Sha Sarwari, Tai Snaith, Tim Woodward, Yannick Blattner.



Opening: 6-8pm Friday 31 July 2015
Exhibition closes: 29 August 2015
Location: Griffith University Art Gallery 226 Grey Street, South Brisbane QLD
Contact: 07 3896 6377
Email: enquiries@churchieemergingart.com


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