Artist Annika Romeyn has been selected as one of the 20 out of 200 Finalists in the 2018 M16 Drawing Prize. Established in 2006, the acclaimed Prize is for traditional drawing techniques, or non-convention and contemporary drawing practices that extend the notion of what drawing can be. The Exhibition will open on Thursday 29 November from 6 - 8 pm at M16 Artspace, Canberra, and will run until Friday December 14.
Following her recent participation in the 9th International Printmaking Biennial in Douro, Portugal, two of Annika Romeyn's lithography’s have been acquired for their permanent collection, which features an international showcase of printmaking from around the world.
Congratulations to Dagmar Cyrulla who has been announced as a finalist in the KAAF 2018 with her work 'Everything to Everyone' (detail above). The annual Korea-Australia Arts Foundation Prize (KAAFP) is a cooperative event with the Korean Cultural Centre (KCC) which is run by the Korean goverment. Selected artworks will be exhibited at the KCC in Sydney from the 30th of November 2018 to the 25th of January 2019. Judges for the 6th KAAF include Art Critic & Columnist Mr. John McDonald, Prof. Yongsun Seo of the Seoul National College of Arts, Korea and Mr.
Artist Hannah Quinlivan has been featured in Artist Profile Magazine, Issue 42, November 2018. In the article, the Canberra-based Artist gives insight into her complex methods of making in the expanded field of drawing, and how the concepts of motion and space are central to her practice spanning two, three and four dimensions.
You can view the article via the following link: http://www.artistprofile.com.au/hannah-quinlivan/
Michelle Molinari has been announced as a finalist in the 2018 Eutick Memorial Still Life Award with her brooding still life, 'Vanitas'. We wish her the best of luck.
Annika Romeyn has been selected as a finalist in the inaugural acquisitive Megalo International Print Prize. You can view Romeyn's entry Slippage, 2018 (detail shown above), along with all of the finalists’ work at the Megalo Gallery in Canberra from the 16th of February to the 6th of April 2019.
Artist Hannah Quinlivan has been commissioned by Canberra Metro to create an artwork to sit within the glazed screens accross 13 stops of the Canberra Metro between Gungahlin and the City. This commission is connected to Hannah’s general practice as well as her PhD research which examines site-specific spaces and how people occupy them. This will be Hannah's first permanent site-specific work. Having lived in many parts of the city since age nine, Hannah has deep connections to the landscape and mountain ranges of Canberra.