Calling all Broome Creatives!
Artist are invited to submit their works for the Shinju Matsuri Art Awards.
The Awards are open to bona-fide Broome Residents and will be exhibited at the Broome Civic Centre from 27 Aug – 4 September 2021
Artist are invited to submit their works for the Shinju Matsuri Art Awards. The Awards are open to bona-fide Broome Residents and will be exhibited at the Broome Civic Centre from 27 Aug – 4 September 2021
There is no set theme for the Art Awards, however, inspiration can be drawn from Shinju Matsuri as well as from, a celebration of the people, culture and history of Broome.
This is a community festival and art must be suitable for viewing by the general public. Works deemed to cause offence, may be subject to review by Shinju Matsuri Inc.
The exhibition will run from the 27 Aug – 4 Sept. Official Opening of the Exhibition will be held on Thurs 26 August where the winners will be announced.
The People’s Choice Award will be announced during the Festival Finale on Sunday 5th September.
The Shinju Matsuri Arts Awards gets more exciting every year with the sheer diversity and incredible talent we have up here.
The categories and prizes are as follows:
- Shire of Broome Acquisitive Art Prize – $8, 000
- Paintings presented by Black Stump Gallery – $1,000
- Mixed Media & Textiles presented by The Pearl Shed – $1,000
- Photography presented by Kimberley Kolours – $1,000
- Aboriginal Art presented by Short St Gallery – $1,000
- Sculpture presented by Broome Gallery – $1,000
- People’s Choice Award presented by Anastasicas – $500
- Teen Art Awards presented by Broome Circle – $250
A registration fee of $55 to enter.