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Art Award and Exhibition

Art Awards 2021

Melville Art Awards 2022

The 46th annual Art Awards exhibition will take place at Wireless Hill Museum located in beautiful Yagan Mia / Wireless Hill park and will showcase artworks by established and emerging West Australian artists, including local talent living in the City of Melville.

  • Callout for entries: 9:00am Thursday, 1 September to 5:00pm, 8 September
  • Opening event: 6:00pm to 8:30pm, Friday, 28 October
  • Exhibition: 10:00am, Saturday, 29 October to 4:30pm, Sunday 21 November

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Congratulations to the 2021 Award winners:

  • Overall Award (Acquisitive) - Karen Prakhoff Rickman for her artwork, Elegy
  • Second Prize (shared) - Kyle Hughes-Odgers for his artwork Travel as a concept
  • Second Prize (shared) - Lyn Franke for her artwork Wildflowers & Wandoo
  • Aboriginal & Torres Stright Islander Award - Courtney Hill for her artwork Nana Bessie
  • Highly Commended Aboriginal & Torres Straight Islander Award - Kahlie Lockyer for her artwork Nyirdi
  • City of Melville Resident Award - Jo Darvall for her artwork Landscape 1
  • Wireless Hill Theme Award - Jacqueline Watt for her artwork Banksia coccinea
  • Youth Award - Whesley Bennetts for his artwork Shadows
  • Youth Highly Commended Award - Lily Huang for her artwork Morning Dew in Golden Clouds

Congratulations to artist Leanne Pearson for winning the Popular Choice Award with her artwork “Remembrance”.

For any further enquiries please email arts@melville.wa.gov.au

Image: Karen Prakhoff Rickman, Overall Winner Melville Art Awards 2021

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