Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize in Landscape Painting

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Applications close
5 November 2023
Announced
7 December 2023
Prize money
AUD $30,000
Location
QLD, Australia
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Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize in Landscape Painting

Only the call dates are confirmed at present.

The Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize in Landscape Painting is a unique triennial art prize that aims to celebrate excellence and innovation in the watercolour medium.

This non-acquisitive prize is open to all Australian artists and selected finalists will be exhibited in the Webb Gallery, located within Griffith University’s Queensland College of Art at South Bank, Brisbane.

Prizes:

The overall winner will receive a $20,000 cash prize generously donated by Elaine Bermingham. ‘Landscape’ is defined as any form of land or environment and does not exclude peopled landscape, seascape or urbanised and rural habitat. Artworks entered do not need to be representational; innovative and abstracted explorations of watercolour are encouraged.

Two highly commended prizes of $5,000 each will also be awarded, a substantial increase from the previous time the prize was awarded in 2017

Venue: Grey Street, Gallery, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, 226 Grey Street, South Bank QLD 4101

Contact: for more information e:berminghamprize@griffith.edu.au

Summary
Application dates
1 October 2023 - 5 November 2023
Exhibition dates
7 December 2023 - 11 January 2024
Finalists notified
7 December 2023
Eligibility
National Entries
Prize frequency
Biennial - Odd Years
Judges
Elisabeth Findlay, Director, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Brisbane; Julie Fragar Artist; Angela Goddard, Director of Griffith University Art Museum.
Prize genre
Watercolour
Location
Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Brisbane, QLD
QLD
Australia
Prizes
AUD $30,000
Fees
Entry fees in 2020 are $40 with a max.of 3 entries. For students the entry fee is $20 with a max.of 3 entries.
Last updated
8 January 2024
Prior Winners
2017: Jackson Slattery - Winner ($20,000)