Announcement of the Art Prize Winner and Gala Dinner
Please join The King's School for the official announcement of the 29th Annual Art Prize winner and Gala Dinner on Saturday 27 May 2023 from 6.30pm in Horrocks Hall in the Preparatory School.
Tickets will include a three-course meal, beverages and entertainment. The event's dress code is cocktail attire.
Artworks will be on sale in Horrocks Hall on Saturday 27 May 2023 at the Gala Dinner, and also on sale Saturday 27 May 10.00am to 4.00pm.
You can view the artworks by appointment from Monday 22 to Friday 26 May between 10.00am and 4.00pm. Please contact Melanie Taylor on firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a viewing date and time.
announcing the art prize winner
The King's School Art Prize
Since 1994 The King’s School has, through its prestigious Art Prize, acquired the works of some of Australia’s most influential and innovative contemporary artists. Now in its 29th year, The King’s School Art Prize Exhibition continues to share with our wider community a collection of artworks from Australia's leading artists.
The King’s School Art Prize is a $20,000 acquisitive award presented to the artist judged the best contemporary artwork, created by an artist resident in Australia and represented by a commercial gallery, supporting both the artists and the fine arts industry. Entry is by invitation only and the finalists are selected by an appointed Art Prize panel.
Over the years the Art Prize has proudly boasted inclusion of such artists as: Aida Tomescu, Lyndal Brown and Charles Green, John Olsen, Jason Benjamin, Jacquie Stockdale, Peter Churcher, Joanna Logue, Nicholas Harding, Martine Emdur, Ashley Frost, Rodney Pople, Ben Quilty, Nicholas Blowers, Geoffrey de Groen, Gloria Petyarre, Ross Laurie, Euan Macleod, Geoff Dyer, Jun Chen, Guy Maestri, John Bokor, David Frank, Peter Godwin, Bec Juniper, McLean Edwards, Pepai Jangala Carroll and Steve Lopes.
To view the previous Art Prize winners, please click the button below.