Competitions for Artists
Original art work ONLY. Artists can be based anywhere in the world. The Call for Art is NOT restricted to artists working in The Hamptons.
Works submitted must have been completed from 2016 and must be the original uncopied work of the artist.
The Tom Bass Prize is the first national Australian prize for figurative sculpture.Tom Bass had a particularly close affiliation with the figure, and it is with this in mind that we created the $19,000 Tom Bass Prize.
Images of your artwork must be uploaded directly through the ARC website. Image files should be between 1 MB and 15 MB in size and be in a JPG or JPEG format. Glass slides, images on CDs and large format transparencies will not be accepted.
O.R.A. is an open call for artists. Artists of all nationalities can apply with no restrictions on age, thinking, technique or any other factor.
The Cornish Family Prize will award the winner $15,000 AUD, with additional $1,000 AUD prizes for up to five finalists.
All works must be 203mm x 254mm (8 x 10 inches).
Art Competition Details |Theme: Portraits of people and animal tell such great stories. They evoke emotion. They suggest deeper meaning. They tell us about someone else, and maybe even ourselves....
The purpose of this prize is to encourage interest in Medieval Art.
All artists both UK & International are invited to apply for the Visual Art Open Prize
National Acquisitive Prize For Contemporary Australian Painting
A $25,000 acquisitive award for drawing.
The acquisitive first prize of $50,000 cash has been made possible thanks to the generous commitment of Collie & Districts Community Bank Branch of the Bendigo Bank.
Open for entries to artists internationally. Entries may use any medium in a range of formats, including painting, photography, mixed media or sculpture.
The winner receives $50,000 plus a bronze maquette of colonial artist John Glover, designed by Peter Corlett and valued at $5000.
Open to international entries - It is an open call competition of artists of any skill level. There is no limit on style, theme or medium with the only requirement being that works must be 40 x 40 x 40 cm or smaller.
Any artist working in Australia may enter.
Only one piece can be entered per person. All entrants must complete, sign and submit the official entry form by the due date. The artwork cannot have been produced prior to 1st January 2017.
1st prize: solo exhibition in 2019
The Hutchins Australian Contemporary Art Prize (HACAP) is open to all Australian permanent citizens over 18 years of age. $20,000 First Prize (acquisitive)