John Coburn Emerging Professional Artist Award

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Applications close
24 June 2011
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Prize money
AUD $5,000
Location
NSW, Australia
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The prize is awarded, in the opinion of the judges, for the best contemporary religious art work submitted by an emerging professional artist. The John Coburn Emerging Professional Artist Award is strictly non-sectarian.

John Coburn came to prominence as an artist through winning the 1960 Blake Prize for Religious Art. This enabled him to begin a professional career as an artist. John went on to make a major contribution to Australian visual culture and is remembered for his paintings, design, and tapestries including the curtains for the Sydney Opera House.

Fees: Entry fee is $50 per work and there is a 30% commission on sales.

Winner Announced: 15th September 2011

Venue: The Gallery, National Art School, Forbes Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney.

Contact: For more information call 02 9339 8686

Summary
Applications close
24 June 2011
Exhibition dates
16 September - 15 October 2011
Finalists notified
Eligibility
Prize frequency
Judges
Prize genre
Emerging
Location
The Gallery, National Art School, Forbes Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney
NSW
Australia
Prizes
AUD $5,000
Fees
Last updated
16 September 2011
Prior Winners
No prize winners information available