Queensland Regional Art Awards

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Applications close
25 July 2022
Announced
14 October 2022
Prize money
AUD $40,000
Location
QLD, Australia
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Queensland Regional Art Awards

The Queensland Regional Art Awards is an annual visual arts prize and exhibition for established and emerging artists living in regional and remote Queensland.

The Awards bring visual artists together from around Queensland to showcase, support and celebrate regional arts and artists and the extraordinary places in which they live.

In 2022, the QRAA is an invitation to explore the concept of ‘Reframe’, calling artists to enter work that draws upon experiences and observations, reflecting upon the past year or two and responding to our changing world. ‘Reframe’ is an opportunity to see our current situation from a different perspective, to inspire problem solving and decision making and apply learning, whilst constructively responding, shifting and evolving.

Prizes:

There are 9 categories for artists to choose from:

‘Art for Life’ Award $10,000 non-acquisitive cash prize thanks to Holding Redlich. $10,000+ in-kind print and digital editorial opportunity thanks to Artist Profile. All entries eligible.

The Mervyn Moriarty Landscape Award $4,000 non-acquisitive cash prize, thanks to Consolidated Properties Group. For landscape artworks in any medium. All artworks selected as finalists in this category will be exhibited at the Consolidated Properties Group office in Brisbane for 12 months. The Annie Tan Memorial Watercolour Award $3,000 non-acquisitive cash prize thanks to The Booth Memorial Fund of Annie Tan (Yuh Siew) and the Geoff Booth Foundation.

Art Educator Award $2,500 non-acquisitive cash prize thanks to Queensland College of Art, Griffith University.

Environmental Art Award $2,000 non-acquisitive cash prize thanks to Turner Family Foundation.

First Nations Art Award $1,500 non-acquisitive cash prize thanks to Mitchell Fine Art.

Take Flight Award $1,000 non-acquisitive cash prize. $1,000 in-kind career development opportunities, including editorial promotions and a career consultation with Onespace Gallery Director, John Stafford.

For artists aged 15 - 25 years. Textile Art Award $1,600 non-acquisitive cash prize thanks to an 'Art for Life' donor. Remote Artist Award $1,600 non-acquisitive cash prize thanks to Woolloongabba Art Gallery. People’s Choice Award $1,250 non-acquisitive cash prize thanks to TAFE Queensland. $750 non-acquisitive cash prize thanks to TAFE Queensland

Venue: Brisbane

Contact: Flying Arts Inc., PO Box 5209, West End Qld 4101. Phone 07 3109 7350 Fax 07 3109 7360 or email info@flyingarts.org.au

Summary
Application dates
23 May 2022 - 25 July 2022
Exhibition dates
Finalists notified
10 October 2022
Eligibility
Regional or State Entries
Prize frequency
Annual
Judges
Judge and Curator – Awen Noah Jr. Judge – Rebecca McDuff Judge – Elisabeth Findlay, Judge – Hamish Sawyer Director
Prize genre
General
Location
Brisbane
QLD
Australia
Prizes
AUD $40,000
Fees
Entry fee is : $25 for young artists aged 15 - 25; $35 if you are a member of Flying Arts; or $40 for all others.
Last updated
9 June 2022
Prior Winners
2013: Renton Bishopric - Winner ($10,000)