A Project of APA: The Adelaide Park Lands Association Inc.

Welcome to the 2020 Biennial

Adelaide Park Lands Art Prize

Adelaide Park Lands Art Prize Finalists’ Exhibition 

The Finalists’ exhibition at the Adelaide Festival Centre, QBE Galleries and Festival Theatre Foyer

has CLOSED

LIST of FINALISTS is posted HERE!

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If you would like to keep up to date about the Park Lands, join the Adelaide Park Lands Association and support the Protection of Adelaide’s unique Parks, you can learn more here

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Watch this video to learn more about the Art Prize from 2018 Finalists (2:32 min) 

The Adelaide Park Lands Art Prize is a non-acquisitive art prize open to all artists of any age, working in any media or style – with the aim of making a statement or capturing the essence of the Park Lands.

The next Art Prize Finalist exhibition will take place in 2023. Entries will open in late 2022.

Please subscribe to our mailing list to be notified about the 2023 Art Prize updates, calling for entries and information about the exhibition of finalists. Details are subject to change so register now.


Banner Art Credits

From left to right:

Dan Withey The Parklands and the Hungry Developer (detail)
Deborah Baldassi Crows (detail)
Susan Chenery It Was All Parkland Once (detail)
Emma Young Stone Wall Collection 2 (detail)
Christopher Meadows (Winning artist 2018) Between the Flags

William Morris Background Texture Vector by FreePik

APA GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES OUR SPONSORS:


Sponsored Prizes:

APA Young Artist Prize

Royal Adelaide Show People’s Choice Prize

Hero Weston Award Recognising a Promising Young Artist

The Graham F Smith Peace Foundation Prize for Inspiring Environmental Debate

St Peters College Commendation Prize


Sponsors and Donors:

Anonymous

Australian Culture Foundation

BENTLEYS

BK PARTNERS Chartered Accountants

Dr Judith Brine

City of West Torrens

Jan & Peter Davis

FABRIC of LIFE

Ian Gilfillan

Insurance Advisernet

JPE Design Studios

Koppamurra Wines

Kirsteen MacKay

Hugh & Fiona MacLachlan

Pam O’Donnell & Robert O’Callaghan

Lyn Pederson

John Phillips

Port Art Supplies

Hamish Ramsay

Katrina Ramsay

Rann Communications

David Robinson @ Morgan Stanley

Antony & Mary Lou Simpson

St Aloysius College

Stellan Capital

Sandy Verschoor, Lord Mayor of Adelaide

Wilderness School


Graphic Design: Alecia Kral

Website: Brook Gerard