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The Alice Prize Open for Entries

Date:
Nov 1st - Jan 31st 2024
Location:
Online
Type:
Major Event
Cost:
$40
Contact Details:
www.aliceprize.com

The Alice Prize is a national contemporary art prize and welcomes artists from around Australia to submit their works in any medium or on any theme.

The Alice Prize Open for Entries

Nov 1st - Jan 31st 2024

The Alice Prize is a national contemporary art prize and welcomes artists from around Australia to submit their works in any medium or on any theme.


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Coor­di­nat­ed by the Alice Springs Art Foun­da­tion, The Alice Prize is held in Alice Springs bien­ni­al­ly at the Aralu­en Arts Cen­tre. The Foun­da­tion is a vol­un­tary not-for-prof­it com­mu­ni­ty organ­i­sa­tion which has been respon­si­ble for the Prize since 1970. The Alice Prize is con­sid­ered the most sig­nif­i­cant nation­al con­tem­po­rary art prize held in the North­ern Territory.

The 43rd Alice Prize will open on 22nd March 2024. The win­ning entry is award­ed $30,000 and acquired by the Foun­da­tion, adding to an exten­sive col­lec­tion of con­tem­po­rary Aus­tralian art since 1970. All entries must be avail­able for purchase.

Entries are now open and close on 31st Jan­u­ary 2024. Entries can be sub­mit­ted online at https://​www​.ali​ceprize​.com/

A three per­son, expert selec­tion pan­el short­list works for the exhi­bi­tion; in 2022, 500+ works were entered with 57 nom­i­nat­ed for the exhi­bi­tion. The select­ed artists gain nation­al expo­sure through this unique, con­tem­po­rary art prize. Once the selec­tion process is final the judge then selects the win­ner of The Alice Prize.

The judge of the 43rd The Alice Prize in 2024 will be Daniel Mudie Cun­ning­ham — artist, cura­tor, crit­ic and ses­sion­al lec­tur­er at the Nation­al Art School, and cur­rent­ly, a part of the artist in res­i­den­cy cohort at the Waver­ley Artist Studios.

Suc­cess­ful appli­cants whose works are exhib­it­ed will also be eli­gi­ble to win the $1000 People’s Choice Award.