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The King's Art Prize Gala Dinner 2024

Please join The King's School for the Gala evening celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the King's Art Prize on Saturday 1 June 2024 from 6.30pm in Horrocks Hall at the Preparatory School.
Tickets will include a three-course meal, beverages and live entertainment. The event's dress code is cocktail attire. Tickets will include a three-course meal, beverages and entertainment. The event's dress code is cocktail attire.

Artworks will be on display and available for sale in Horrocks Hall on Thursday 30 May - Saturday 1 June between 10.00am and 4.00pm.

Artwork can be viewed by appointment only by contacting Melanie Taylor on to set up a viewing date and time.

To purchase your tickets please click here.

The King’s Art Prize

2024 Art Prize Catalogue

The King's School Art Prize

The King’s School Art Prize is a prestigious and anticipated art prize within Sydney. Established in 1994, the gala event attracts entries from leading contemporary artists from across Australia.

Entry is by invitation only and the finalists are selected by an appointed Art Prize panel.

Judging the 2024 edition of The King's School Art Prize is Jane Watters, Director of the National Trust of Australia and the S.H. Ervin Gallery.

Former winners include John Olsen, Steve Lopes, Peter Churcher, Nicholas Harding, McLean Edwards, Pepai Jangala Carroll, Aida Tomescu and Ben Quilty.

“Creative expression is important in the development of our students, and we encourage them to use visual arts, music and drama to express themselves. The Art Prize not only provides an important learning experience for our students but an opportunity to celebrate art with our School community as well as the broader community,” says Mr Peter Allison, Head of The King’s School, Preparatory School.

The King’s School Art Prize 2024 comprises artworks from 24 artists including renowned First Nation artists Blak Douglas and Milminyina Dhamarrandji, contemporary visual artist Yvette Marie Tziallas and co-founder and creative director of Dinosaur Designs, Louise Olsen.

"Through the exhibition of significant, contemporary artworks, our students and community can appreciate diverse ideas, styles and techniques utilised by established and emerging professional artists," says Allison.

To view the previous Art Prize winners, please click the button below.

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