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Moran Art Prizes 2015
Entries Invited for DMNPP & MCPP

ENTRIES FOR THE PRESTIGIOUS 2015 DOUG MORAN NATIONAL PORTRAIT PRIZE AND THE MORAN CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHIC PRIZES ARE NOW OPEN

 

Entries for the 2015 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize and the Moran Contemporary Photographic Prizes are now open. The Doug Moran National Portrait Prize (DMNPP) is Australia’s richest art prize with the winner receiving $150,000 and the Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize (MCPP) winner receiving $50,000. 

For the first time, the 2015 finalists in the DMNPP and the MCPP will have the opportunity to exhibit at Juniper Hall in Paddington in addition to $1000 in prize money. The winner of this year’s Portrait Prize will be selected by Angus Trumble, the director of the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra and acclaimed artist Rick Amor. 

The Photographic Prize winner will be selected by a panel of judges including photographic historian Alan Davies, the former Emeritus Curator of Photographs at the State Library of New South Wales and an international judge yet to be announced.

Entries for both Prizes close on Monday August 31, 2015. 

The winners will be announced on Wednesday 28 October at Juniper Hall in Paddington.

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Juniper Hall, Paddington

Our current exhibition at Juniper Hall is Ann Cape SELECTED PORTRAITS. 

This exhibition has on display nearly 40 paintings and 10 drawings covering family, friends, artists and more. Many of the works have been finalists in either the Doug Moran, Archibald or Portia Geach Prizes.   

On until Sunday 26th July, the gallery space is open Wed - Sun, 10am - 5pm!

Image: Ann Cape, Self Portrait in Studio, oil on canvas

 

Moran Gallery, Sylvania

Currently on at Moran Gallery Sylvania is Jim Flood COLOURING THE LANDSCAPE. 

The landscapes are places of note in the Sutherland Shire and other areas around Sydney and NSW.  

Jim will be demonstrating his palette knife techniques at the gallery on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10am – 2pm

Image: Jim Flood, The Crossing, oil on canvas