Remagine Art Prize 2024

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Theme – 'Crossroads of Consumption’

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.

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

The Remagine Art Prize finalists’ exhibition was 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.

Prize Winners

Prizes Artist Name, Artwork
WinnerPhoebe Stone, Serene Sea
Phoebe Stone, Serene Sea, Oil paint and Oil Pastel on MDF, 2024.

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Highly CommendedChris Gleisner, The Sixth Extinction A Short-List
Chris Gleisner, The Sixth Extinction: A Short-List, Ink, charcoal and pencil on Hahnemuhle 100% cotton paper, 2024.

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Recycled/Reused Materials Award
Fleur Brett, Yellow Torso (The Muse), Recycled cardboard and recycled clothing, 2024.

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Local Artist AwardJames Birch, SCRAPS
James Birch, SCRAPS, 2024.

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Youth Award
(18-25 years)
Coco X. Huang, In A Drop of Water...
Coco X. Huang, In a Drop of Water…, Acrylic and recycled glitter on reclaimed rosewood plate, 2024.

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People’s Choice AwardDenise Lithgow, A Country Garden
Denise Lithgow, A Country Garden, Paper, mixed media, hand painted & dyed silk, cotton, synthetic fabrics all recycled, 2024.

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Honourable Mentions

  • Blake Griffiths, Echo Piece
  • Eric Hynynen, Consumption Costs the Earth
  • Robyn McDowall, A renewable resource: think again

2024 Finalists

Enquiries: Email: Phone:  9847 4841