the churchie national emerging art prize

Finalists 2014:

  • Alair Pambegan
  • Anna Carey
  • Archer Davies
  • Brent Wilson +Gabriella Szablewska
  • Caitlin Franzmann
  • Carol McGregor
  • Catherine or Kate Sagin or Woodcroft
  • Clare Rae
  • Clark Beaumont
  • Claudia Moodoonuthi
  • Claudia Greathead
  • Daisy Kate Lewis
  • Daniel McKewen
  • David Creed + David Spooner
  • Eric Demetriou
  • Gerwyn Davies
  • Guy Lobwein
  • Hayley Megan French
  • Jacqueline Bawtree
  • Justine Varga
  • Kate Beckingham
  • Kate McKay
  • Kate Tucker
  • Katherine Savage
  • Lee Lombardi
  • Louise Bennett
  • Michaela Gleave
  • Samuel Scoufos
  • Sarah Poulgrain
  • Svetlana Bailey
  • Zoe Croggon

 

2014 Finalist: Kate Tucker, Self Similar #3 2014. Oil on board, 80 x 92cm. Image courtesy of the artist.

 

 




 

Established in 1987 ‘the churchie’ national emerging art prize is a highly regarded emerging art prize dedicated to innovation and excellence across contemporary, traditional and new media genres. The annual non-acquisitive prize is an initiative of Anglican Church Grammar School, Brisbane with the overall winner being awarded a $15,000 prize sponsored by Brand + Slater architects and two highly commended works awarded $1000 each. Hundreds of entries are attracted from all over Australia with a select few being chosen to exhibit at Griffith University Art Gallery, South Bank, Brisbane. The exhibition offers an inspiring glimpse into the future of Australian Contemporary Art.

 

 



 

Official Opening + Prize announcement

1 August 2014 6-8pm

Exhibition Dates

1 August - 20 September 2014

Griffith University Art Gallery

226 Grey Street, South Bank, Brisbane
Tuesday to Saturday 11am - 4pm