CALLING FOR ENTRIES
The 10th Koorie Art Show 2022

CALLING FOR ENTRIES
The 10th Koorie Art Show 2022

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Call for entries close 2 October 2022 (midnight)
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CALLING FOR ENTRIES<br>The 10th Koorie Art Show 2022

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The Koorie Art Show celebrates 10 years of presenting and representing the diverse talent of Victoria’s First Nations artists and creatives.

The Koorie Art Show is  a non-acquisitive award exhibition open to all Victorian based First Nations artists (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) aged 17 years and older. For our aspiring young artists aged between 5 and 16 years, we will also be presenting the  5th Koorie Art Show for Kids and Youth. Further information on the 5th Koorie Art Show for Kids and Youth can be found HERE.

This year, artists in the 10th Koorie Art Show are encouraged to submit up one (1) artwork produced in the last 18 months. All submitted entries will be included in the exhibition (except where they do not meet our Terms and Conditions – see further below) and eligible to be considered for one of several cash awards. The total cash pool for the 10th Koorie Art Show is $32,000. The awards will be judged by an independent panel of three Victorian First Nations community members (see the Koorie Art Show Judging policy below). Further information on the award categories, cash prizes and judges will be posted shortly.

To enter the Koorie Art Show, please complete our online registration form by Sunday 2 October 2022, midnight

The online registration form can be found HERE.

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Terms and Conditions and Entrant Declaration information can be found HERE.

Information on the Judging Criteria can be found HERE.

If you are unable to complete the form online, you can download a hardcopy form HERE.
The completed hardcopy form must be received by us no later than 2 October 2022.

PARTNERS

We gratefully acknowledge the support of our exhibition partners

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Yama Harradine (Wotjobaluk), Modern Black Boy (2021), digital print on acrylic. Image Christian Capurro 2021.