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Inspiring women's art in Tasmania

The Women’s Art Prize Tasmania is the State’s only female art competition and was re-launched in 2018.

The prize aims to inspire, facilitate and celebrate the development of professional and emerging women artists in Tasmania.

This prestigious and exclusive competition consists of three prize categories:

  1. $15,000 acquisitive prize presented by the Trawalla Foundation
  2. $3,000 Bell Bay Aluminium People's Choice award
  3. $1,500 Zonta Emerging artist prize

The prize is judged by a panel comprised of recognised arts industry professionals. The prize is open to Tasmanian artists identifying as women.

Entries are accepted across all mediums and open to artists of all career stages. The prize encourages artists of Aboriginal and Torres Strait island heritage to enter.

Entries close 14 December 2018.

Photo: Her Excellency Professor the Honourable Kate Warner, AC, Governor of Tasmania, and artist Jessie Pangas at the official launch of the Women's Art Prize Tasmania at the Academy Gallery, University of Tasmania.  Photo: Rob Burnett.