go to link In its ninth year, For Art’s Sake continues to showcase the creative expression of emerging artists with a disability. In March 2017, the disability support organisation behind For Art’s Sake – FRANS – underwent a name change to source url Participate Australia.

see In this context we are opening entries to the Participate Australia Art Prize to emerging and practising artists of all abilities in Sydney aged 18 or older, who work in a range of mediums, including painting, print, edging, sculpture, photography, functional and sculptural ceramics and more.

The theme for this year’s art prizes is ‘participation’.

click here This year’s prizes

كيف تربح المال من شمال أفريقيا For Art’s Sake Art Prize and follow site Participate Art Prize

Two prizes of $3,000 each, for the two most impressive artworks by practicing artists, living with or without disability, as awarded by the judging panel.

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One $3,000 prize for the most outstanding artwork created in collaboration between an emerging artist with disability and a practicing artist, as awarded by the judging panel.

Please note that this category is reserved for participants of Participate Australia and the artists with whom they collaborate.

get link People’s Choice Award

One $1,000 award for any artwork with the most votes from visitors and guests of the For Art’s Sake exhibition.

see Our judging panel including

 

سعر بيع وشراء الذهب اليوم في السعودية Wendy Sharpe

celebrated Australian artist, winner of the Sulman Prize, the Portia Geach Memorial Award (twice) and the Archibald Prize

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2015 commission artist for the MCA’s Jackson Bella Room

click Prof Colin Rhodes

former Dean of the Sydney College of the Arts, academic and author