ART UNLIMITED NOW OPEN FOR ENTRIES

Organisers of Art Unlimited, one of the Central West’s most exciting art events, are calling for entries from artists, photographers and ceramicists for the annual competition to be staged in Dunedoo from 17 — 26 May 2019.

Prizes for Art Unlimited 2019 include:

Peabody Wilpinjong Prize for Hanging Art, $3000
Art Unlimited Photography Prize, $3000
Art Unlimited Ceramics Prize, $3000
Dunedoo Rural Hardware People’s Choice Prize, $500
Orana Arts Indigenous Artist Prize, $500
The Janace Holmes Family Memorial Prize, $250

Judging will take place on Friday 17 May and winners will be announced at a ticketed preview reception that evening.

Closing date for entry forms is Thursday 18 April 2019. Entry forms and fees can be submitted either by post or via the Art Unlimited website. Entry fees are $12 each with a limit of 5 entries per artist per category. Art Unlimited 2019 is open to works completed within the last 12 months. Entrants must be aged 18 or over.

For more information please contact:
Penny Stevens: 6375 1540
Marianne Deutscher: 0402 404352

Winner of the 2018 Orana Arts Indigenous Artist Prize, Stephen Moore’s Above the Clouds.

Winner of the 2018 Orana Arts Indigenous Artist Prize, Stephen Moore’s Above the Clouds.

ART UNLIMITED entries closing soon

Entries close soon for Art Unlimited, Dunedoo’s annual competition for hanging art, photography and ceramics.

Artists in these three fields must submit entry forms by Thursday 19 April to be eligible to compete for $11,000 worth of prizes on offer.

Works are due for personal delivery on 12 and 13 May, with postal deliveries due prior to 10 May.  The exhibition will be staged at Dunedoo Central School hall from 19 to 27 May, with a ticketed preview reception at 7pm on Friday, 18 May. 

The prize pool includes the $3000 Peabody Wilpinjong Prize for Hanging Art, the $3000 ib vogt Prize for Photography and the $3000 Art Unlimited Ceramics Prize.

Other prizes are Dunedoo Rural Harware People’s Choice Prize of $500, Orana Arts Indigenous Artist Prize of $500, and the Janace Holmes Family Memorial Prize of $250 plus a trophy. ABC Western Plains offers $300 worth of ABC merchandise for the work that best depicts the Western Region.

The Art Unlimited 2018 judging panel consists of acclaimed painter Graham Cox, photographer, graphic designer and educator Jenet Stewart, and Mudgee-based ceramicist Ro Francis.

Full details about Art Unlimited, including entry forms, can be found on the website: www.artunlimitednsw.com.au. Entry fees are $12 for each work submitted and there is a limit of five works per entrant per category.

Tickets for Art Unlimited’s preview evening on 18 May are $35 which include drinks and canapés, with fine wines provided by multi award-winning Mudgee winery, Robert Stein. Bookings are essential. Tickets can be purchased via the Art Unlimited website.

The Art Unlimited exhibition will be open to the public from Saturday 19 May to Sunday 27 May. Entry fee is $5.

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