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CHURCHIE EMERGING ART PRIZE 2020
Congratulations to Marina Pumani Brown who was announced as one of the thirteen finalists in the Churchie Emerging Art Prize 2020 at the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane.
2020 TELSTRA NATIONAL ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER ART AWARDS
Congratulations to all the finalists in this year's Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA).
Alcaston Gallery is very proud to announce nine exhibiting artists were selected this year including mother and daughter Betty Kutiwa Pumani and Marina Pumani Brown, Alec Baker and Peter Mungkuri, Iluwanti Ken, Gary Lee, Noŋgirrŋa Marawili, Betty Muffler and Tiger Yaltangki.
BETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI ANTARA 2019ACQUIRED BY BENDIGO ART GALLERY
PETER MUNGKURI NGURA (COUNTRY), 2019ACQUIRED BY PARLIAMENT HOUSE ART COLLECTION, CANBERRA
SHIRLEY MACNAMARA NHUGU - WATERLILIES, 2019 and DYINALA - BINE BY, 2018 ACQUIRED BY QUEENSLAND ART GALLERY | GALLERY OF MODERN ART (QAGOMA), BRISBANE
NONGGIRRNGA MARAWILIBARATJALA, 2018ACQUIRED BY ART GALLERY OF BALLARAT
KUNMANARA (RAY) KEN TALI - SAND DUNES, 2018 ACQUIRED BY ACU (AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY)
ALEC BAKER AND PETER MUNGKURI : FINALISTS IN THE THE ALICE PRIZE 2020
Congratulations to Alec Baker and Peter Mungkuri who have both been named as finalists in this year's Alice Prize. The Alice Prize celebrates its 41st year in 2020 and is an acquisitive national contemporary art prize. This year over 595 entrants were received with only 56 being selected as finalists. The winner will be announced on Friday 17 April 2020 at the Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs by Judge Rhana Devenport (Director of the Art Gallery of South Australia).
CLAUDIA MOODOONUTHI : ENLIGHTEN FESTIVAL
Claudia Moodoonuthi's artwork Dulka Warngiid was selected to be projected on the facade of Parliament House for the Canberra Enlighten Festival. The projection lit up Parliament House nightly until 9th March.
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