North Sydney Art Prize

Flyer for the North Sydney Art Prize with an image to the left of a work by Jane Theau and details of the opening and artist talks on the right.

I’m heading to Sydney tomorrow to attend the opening and awards ceremony of the North Sydney Art Prize (NSAP) on Saturday the 14th of May, as my 2021 work Juukan Tears is a finalist. From the NSAP Media:

The North Sydney Art Prize is a major biennial arts event showcasing some of the best in contemporary art from across Australia. This year’s exhibition features over 110 artworks to be displayed across the grounds of the historic Coal Loader site. The 2022 curatorial theme encourages artists to consider the overarching principles of the Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability. In response to the curatorial theme, selected artworks explore sustainability and the environment with many addressing the impacts of climate change and consumerism, as well as responding to the inspiring natural and industrial elements of the site and surrounds.

Exhibition 14 – 29 May 2022 Open Daily 10am-4pm

Venue Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability, 2 Balls Head Drive, Waverton

There will be talks open to the public on consecutive Saturdays, the 21st and 28th of May. I’ll be speaking last on the 28th, with the presentations starting at 10am at the Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability.

If you’re in Sydney this Saturday I’ll be ‘gallery sitting’ at the Coal Loader from 1-4pm, so feel free to say hello and we’ll have a chat!

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