Entry

Enter the Sunshine Coast Art Prize

Tamika Grant-Iramu | Torres Strait Islander | Undulations | 2022 | vinyl-cut relief print with hand-coloured watercolours | 50.5 x 144cm | Highly Commended winner, Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2022 | Image courtesy of the artist and Onespace Gallery, Brisbane

Prior to beginning the Sunshine Coast Art Prize entry form ensure you have:

  • Read the terms and conditions
  • 20 mins to complete the online form
  • All contact information, artwork details and attachments ready to go before starting the form.

Documenting your work

2D: The first photograph you submit is used for the first round of judging. It is important that this photograph shows your artwork at its best. If your work is chosen the photograph/s may be included in the exhibition catalogue. The gallery recommends you take a quality photo of the work you are submitting for the Sunshine Coast Art Prize.

New media work: Please submit a still of the work as well as a video file of the work (or excerpt of the work) being considered. These files will be used in the first round of judging. If it isn’t the full work, please clearly note this in your submission.

Checklist

  • Full contact information (name, email, address and phone number)
  • Three jpeg image attachments (2MB maximum each)
    • Nominated artwork image saved as SURNAME_First name_image number_title_year_medium_size (H x W) cm eg (SMITH_John_01_Deeper than you_2019_oil_145 x 145 cm)
    • First support artwork image saved as SURNAME_First name_image number_title_year_medium_size (H x W) cm
    • Second support artwork image saved as SURNAME_First name_image number_title_year_medium_size (H x W) cm
  • New Media entries - video files must be provided in any of the following formats: MP3, MP4, AVI or WMA. A maximum duration of 30 minutes (incl. credits). The nominated artwork will need to note: SURNAME_First name_title of the work_year_run time (credit list)
  • Two word documents (2MB maximum each)
  • Entry fee of $40 (non-refundable) payable by credit card online

For further details on file type attachments and naming formats please refer to the terms and conditions.

Enter the Sunshine Coast Art Prize.

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