MAJOR WORK BY BETTY MUFFLER PRESENTED AT ACCA, MELBOURNE
A major new large-scale commissioned painting by leading Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands artist Betty Muffler will be presented at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) in Melbourne in Like A Wheel Turns: The 2022 Macfarlane Commissions from 2 July - 4 September 2022.
The Macfarlane Commissions enable new work of significant scale by emerging and mid-career Australian and international artists.
TIGER YALTANGKI ANNOUNCED AS A FINALIST FOR THE PAUL GUEST PRIZE 2022 AT BENDIGO ART GALLERY
MIRDIDINGKINGATHI JUWARNDA SALLY GABORI HONOURED AT THE 2022 QUEENSLAND GREATS AWARDS
The late incomparable Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda SALLY GABORI has been posthumously recognised at the 2022 Queensland Greats Awards, announced on Monday 6 June (Queensland Day) at Brisbane City Hall in Brisbane, Queensland.
Sally Gabori was one of seven remarkable individuals to receive the prestigious award, accepted by two of her daughters, Amanda Gabori and Dorothy Gabori at the awards ceremony, who were presented with a replica of the commemorative plaque dedicated to their mother by Queensland Premier Annastacia Palasczuk to take back to Mornington Island with them. The much larger plaque will be permanently installed at the Roma Street Parklands in Brisbane.
The Queensland Greats Awards recognises the efforts and achievements of remarkable individuals and institutions for their invaluable cultural contribution to the state of Queensland.
Judith Pungarta Inkamala awarded the 2022 Australia Council Award for Visual Arts
Congratulations to Judith Pungarta Inkamala, Chair and senior member of the Hermannsburg Potters and exhibiting artist at Alcaston Gallery, who recently received the prestigious 2022 Australia Council Award for Visual Arts.
The Australia Council Award for Visual Arts acknowledges the achievements of an artist who has made an outstanding and sustained contribution to Australian visual art.
HADLEY's ART PRIZE 2022 - Finalists Announced!
Congratulations to all the finalists announced for this year's Hadley’s Art Prize, an $100,000 acquisitive Australian landscape prize presented by the Hadley’s Orient Hotel in Hobart, Tasmania including Alcaston Gallery represented and exhibiting artists Bugai Whyoulter, Tuppy Ngintja Goodwin and Alec Baker.
The Hadley’s Art Prize winner will be announced 22 July 2022, and the exhibition of all works shortlisted for the prize will be on exhibition at the Hadley’s Orient Hotel in Hobart from 23 July – 21 August 2022.