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Remagine Art Prize 2024

Remagine call for entries

Theme – 'Crossroads of Consumption’

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Remagine Art Prize has a focus on waste, sustainability, and the environment.

Each year it has a thought-provoking theme. Artists are asked to submit works that relate to an element of this year’s theme ‘Crossroads of Consumption’, referring to the critical juncture where our consumption has met the finite resource limits of our planet.

Total prize money $11,000. Open to digital art stills, sculpture, mixed media, painting, photography, print making, ceramics and drawing.

This year’s judges are Sheona White, Ulric Steiner and Susan O’Doherty.

The Remagine Art Prize finalists’ exhibition will be held from 10 May until 26 May 2024, at Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre, 25 Edgeworth David Avenue, Hornsby.

Held in partnership with the Hornsby Art Society since 2009, Remagine Art Prize is dedicated to bringing awareness of environmental challenges such as waste and consumption.

AwardAmount
Winner$5,000
Highly Commended$2,500
Recycled/Reused Materials Award$1,000
Local Artist Award$1,000
Youth Award (18-25 years)$1,000
People's Choice Award$500
 Date
Entries open11 January 2024
Entries close21 March 2024, 5pm
Finalists announced11 April 2024
Artwork drop off2 – 4 May 2024
Award ceremony10 May 2024
Exhibition dates10 – 26 May 2024

Required for your online entry:

  • A digital image of your artwork
  • An artist statement – maximum 150 words
  • Entry fee: $20 per entry
  • Limit two (2) entries per person

Please note that there are size and weight limits for artworks.
Weight limit: 15kg
Size limit: The maximum size of 2D artworks is limited to 120cm in any one direction for painting, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, photography, and digital art stills. The maximum size for 3D artworks – sculpture and ceramics - is limited to 85cm in any one direction.

Please read the full Terms and Conditions before entering, as they change every year.

Terms and Conditions

Sheona White

photo of Sheona sitting on green coloured chairSheona has held senior curatorial and programming positions in national, state, and regional institutions. Sheona has developed and initiated key programs in many cultural institutions, including the National Gallery of Australia, the National Museum of Australia, the Art Gallery of NSW, the Brett Whitely Studio, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Wollongong City Gallery, City of Sydney Libraries, Penrith Regional Gallery Home of the Lewers Bequest. Through her work on contemporary community art exhibitions, late-night programming, festivals, and cross-generation visitation, she promotes understanding and enjoyment of art and is committed to sustainability and inclusion.

Susan O’Doherty

Susan O"DohertySusan O’Doherty is a contemporary Australian multidisciplinary artist. Her art practice includes painting, mixed media construction, sculpture, video, and photography, creating provocative, ironic, and thought-provoking works questioning gender roles and the portrayal of women in popular culture and history – identity, consumerism, violence, and memory. She appropriates and recycles everyday materials including textiles, household implements and found objects. Her exhibition ‘Pinned to the Wall’, looking at sexual politics, domestic violence and consumerism travelled to Ballarat, Sydney, and Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery in 2017-2018.  O’Doherty was selected for the 8th Beijing International Art Biennale in 2019 and participated that year in the Art Central Hong Kong Art Fair. Her works are in the collections of the National Art Museum of China in Beijing, the City of Sydney, Smorgon Collection and Regional Art Galleries throughout NSW.

Susan O’Doherty is represented by Art Atrium, Sydney.

Ulric Steiner

Ulric Steiner sitting beside bird steel sculptureUlric Steiner is a Swiss born sculptor, who works with reclaimed steel, constructing detailed stainless steel sculptures – abstract and figurative. For the past 40 years he has lived and worked in the Hornsby Shire, working in both his bushland studio in Galston and his studio on the river at Berowra Waters. Since 1991 Steiner has opened his studio as part of the Arcadian Artists Open Studio Weekend. He has exhibited extensively including at Soho Gallery, Wentworth Galleries, the Sawmillers Sculpture exhibition and more. His public commissions include the Sheraton Hotel, Kuala Lumpur; Parkroyal Hotel, Mascot; North Shore Private Hospital, Sydney; Hyatt Hotel, Adelaide, St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Sydney; City Tattersalls Club, Sydney; Le Meridien Hotel, Sydney, and many more.

Entry Fee: $20

Enquiries: Email: remagine@hornsby.nsw.gov.au Phone:  9847 4841

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