Competitions for Artists
NSW Closing date for works to be delivered to Bellingen Showgrounds is Tuesday April 28, 2017 between 4pm and 7pm.
open to national and international artists for small-scale artworks.
The KILGOUR PRIZE is open to all Australians (citizens of Australia or residents for at least twelve months).
Prizes total $11500, plus winning entry, selected from all Sections, acquisitive up to $3000.
To be held annually, the Hadley’s Art Prize, Hobart celebrates painting and drawing by Australian artists over the age of eighteen.
The Theme for 2017 is RESPECT and the social issues you can choose from to create a positive work
There are several awards with the major award of $5000 sponsored by Spicers Tamarind Retreat.
The Pro Hart Outback Art Prize is an annual acquisitive competition. The prize showcases work in any media which reflects the spirit and diversity of the Australian Outback.
)pen to artists nationally with the categories of Painting, Works on Paper (including digital drawing), Photography and 3D.
Total prize and awards pool over $120,000 . Entrants must be an Australian citizen or an Australian permanent resident, and resident of the State of Victoria
the award and exhibition continue to present the best works from established, emerging and cross-disciplinary artists
All photo-based capture methods and processes are welcome.
Grants and residencies are open to artists across Australia – but the outcome must be activated within the City of Melbourne municipality.
The d'Arcy Doyle Art Awards Exhibition takes place in Queensland, Australia from June 28 to July 9 and is open to local and interstate artists.
The international art & literature magazine, The Moth, which features poetry, interviews, fiction and art – from the likes of Cesar Santos, Michael Carson and Lu Cong – is inviting artists worldwide to enter The Moth Art Prize.
Welcoming submissions from March 22, The Lumen Prize is an international award that celebrates artists working with digital technology. Now in its 6th year, The Lumen Prize has awarded over $40,000 in prize money and is committed to supporting and widening the opportunities for artists working with technology.
A $7,500 acquisitive prize plus two additional non-acquisitive prizes.
New Zealand artists only
The competition is open for all artists from around the world. We accept paintings, sculptures, original prints, photography, ceramics and jewellery.
Fine art competition for all ages, any subject, any medium. $5000 first prize, $2000 second prize, $500 Highly Commended ( 2) and People's Choice Award.