Medium / category: All mediums, still life
Eligibility: Australian citizens or permanent residents in Australia
Associated institution: Yarrila Arts and Museum (YAM)
Still is a biennial, acquisitive award for artworks in the genre of still life, in all mediums. The award is open to artists at all stages of their careers. Still invites contemporary explorations of still life themes and highlights the diversity and vitality of still life in Australian contemporary art, broadening the interpretation of this enduring genre. Selected by a panel of judges, the winner receives $30,000.
- Blak Douglas, Silent Cop, 2021
Winner: Still: National Still Life Award
Information up to date from June 14 2023
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