Moran Prizes Settings

Moran Art Prizes 2015
Congratulations Moran Prizes Winners

The Winner of the Prestigious DOUG MORAN NATIONAL PORTRAIT PRIZE is Warren Crossett for his painting titled Self Portrait after St Jerome Flanders

The Winner of the MORAN CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHIC PRIZE  is Trent Mitchell for his photo Boy in Boat, Hervey Bay Qld 2015.

The Winners of the Student MORAN CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHIC PRIZE are Yr 11-12 Darcy Barnes for Newspaper Boy and Plastic Girl; Yr 9-10 Yianni Nisiotis for Afternoon Hoops; and Yr 7-8 Poppy Bartholemew for Bespoke

Congratulations to all our Winners.

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 Cheryl Newman, writer and photography consultant & former Photography Director of the Telegraph Magazine, London, photographic historian Alan Davies, the Emeritus Curator of Photographs at the State Library of New South Wales and Deborah Hutton, the host of Event on Foxtel Arts.

The exhibition is open to the public from 29 October at Juniper Hall in Paddington.

Juniper Hall, Paddington

Currently on until Sunday 14 February 2016 is the Moran Prizes Exhibiton, featuring the winners and finalists of both the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize and Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize. 

The gallery is open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am - 5pm. We will be closed from Monday 21 December to Tuesday 5 January inclusive for Christmas / New Year. 

Address: Juniper Hall, 250 Oxford St Paddington NSW


Winners 2015 Moran Prizes: Trent Mitchell and Warren Crossett


Moran Gallery, Sylvania

Louisa Chircop: Interior Monologue – A Carousel 

These works draw on an ongoing fascination of presenting a liberal state of the human consciousness intertwined with subterranean thought. The work itself, an existential pursuit, serves as a reminder that life is a constantly moving force and parallels the act of creativity itself. Working directly from the well of my own existence, cutting, tearing, sifting, constructing and deconstructing images from books, magazines or photos, images enter and leave the subconscious. 

Open daily 10am - 4pm, from 10 November to 13 December. Entry is FREE!

Image: Louise Chircop