The submission deadline for the inaugural City of Kalamunda Art Awards has been extended to 5pm on Wednesday 21 February 2024.
This is an open exhibition inviting all artists to apply and will showcase artworks by established and emerging artists.
Please read all the important information regarding your application in the application form attached below.Please note that application to the Kalamunda Art Awards 2024 does not guarantee exhibition of your work. All works will go through a shortlisting process with the Arts Advisory Council of Kalamunda.
Entries are limited to one artwork per artist and must be for sale. An entry fee per artwork will apply for each registration. Prices, titles and other entry details cannot be altered after the entries close on 21 February 2024. No late entries will be accepted. All artworks must be produced by the entrant between December 2022 and February 2024.
All unsold artworks must be collected by 2pm on Monday 8 April 2024.
The City of Kalamunda would like to sincerely thank the Lions Club of Kalamunda for sponsoring the event.
Art Awards Application Form 2024
Entries close at 5pm on Wednesday 21 February 2024.
Sponsored by the Lions Club of Kalamunda.
Awarded to the best 2D work (painting, illustration, photography, and print work).
Sponsored by City of Kalamunda.
Awarded to the best 3d work (sculpture, installation, mixed media and textiles).
Awarded to the best artwork by a First Nations person.
Sponsored by the City of Kalamunda.
Awarded to the best work by a young person (12 to 25) and/or an emerging artist (within the first five years of their practice).
Any artwork that depicts the theme of ‘Kalamunda at home’.
People’s Choice Award.
Based on votes collected throughout the exhibition period.
All artworks will be delivered to the Zig Zag Gallery at 50 Railway Road, Kalamunda between 10am and 2pm Monday 11 March 2024.
Conditions of Entry:
NOTE: An additional transaction/booking fee (50cents) is applied by Trybooking when registering.
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We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.