Manningham Victorian Ceramic Art Award 2017
The biennial Manningham Victorian Ceramic Art Award and exhibition brings to Manningham some of the finest contemporary Victorian ceramic art. The Award supports studio ceramic artists and celebrates both the great diversity of work being produced across the state and the special place ceramics have in Manningham’s history.
Manningham Art Gallery is pleased to announce that this year's finalists are:
Alexander Esenarro Santafe
Richard Greenacre and Mechelle Shooter
Irene Grishin Selzer
Lene Kuhl Jakobsen
Ben Landau and Lucile Sciallano
Philippa A Taylor
Raymond YoungDaniela Zimmermann
To read more about the 2017 finalists, download the 2017 Manningham Victorian Ceramic Art Award Catalogue (1.55 MB)
This year’s award will be judged by Janet DeBoos.
Emeritus Fellow of the Australian National University School of Art, DeBoos began her ceramics career in Sydney in the early 1970s, practising as well as teaching at several TAFE colleges over the decade.
As an artist, she has exhibited regularly since 1976, both in Australia and overseas and her work is represented in numerous public collections including the National Gallery of Australia, the Powerhouse Museum, the National Museum of China, Beijing, and the Musée Royal de Mariemont, Belgium. Having previously judged a number of ceramics competitions including the Gold Coast Ceramic Award, the 2016 Portage Ceramic Awards (New Zealand) and the South African National Ceramics Award, DeBoos brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the judging of this year’s Manningham Victorian Ceramic Art Award.
The winners of the $10,000 Major Prize and up to $4,000 Merit Award Acquisitions will be announced at the exhibition opening on Wednesday 16 August, 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more at Manningham Victorian Ceramic Art Awards.
Located at the entrance to Manningham City Square, Manningham Art Gallery presents a diverse range of contemporary art exhibitions and related public programs throughout the year. Learn more about the Manningham Art Gallery.
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