Prizes

THIS IS NO FANTASY is proud to announce that Tom Moore is the winner of the $15,000 City of Hobart Art Prize for his glass work 'Light Bulb Moment'. He won the Ranamok Prize for Contemporary Glass earlier this year and the Art Gallery of Western Australia's Tom Malone Prize last year. The City of Hobart Art Prize is on at Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery until 23 November 2014.   Abdul -Rahman Abdullah is a finalist in many prizes including the Bankwest Art Prize,  Fishers Ghost Award, Victoria Park Art Award, The Deakin University Small Sculpture Award and by invitation the Redcliff City Art Gallery Prize  Petrina Hicks is the Winner of the Bowness Photography Prize and a finalist in both the Grace Cossington Smith Art Award and the Kennedy Prize  Natasha Bieniek is a Semi-Finalist in the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize . The Doug Moran National Portrait Prize has encouraged both excellence and creativity in contemporary Australian portraiture for the past 26 years. Currently with an annual first prize of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, the Prize is an important part of Australia's Arts calendar. Britt Salt is a finalist in the Fishers Ghost Art Award.The annual Fisher’s Ghost Art Award is a highlight of Campbelltown’s annual Festival of Fisher's Ghost. This year marks the 52nd year of the award, with prize money in excess of $40,000. The major prize is the open award and the winning artist is awarded $20,000, with the work becoming part of the Centre’s permanent collection.   Kevin Chin is a finalist in three major prizes,including the Inaugural Grace Cossington Smith Art Award 2014  the Fishers Ghost Art Award and the Redland Art Award  Yhonnie Scarce has been invited to participate in 15 Artists - Redcliff City Art gallery with her amazing work Scarred.  Marcel Cousins is a Finalist in two awards The Albany Art Prize and the McClelland Sculpture Award   Jacqui Stockdale is a finalist in the 2014 Paul Guest Prize .The Paul Guest Prize is a non-acquisitive cash prize of $12,000 which is held every two years, highlighting contemporary drawing practice in Australia.  
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