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Final days to enter the Power Publications Dissertation Prize for Indigenous Art Research

Deadline: 20th October 2017 The dissertation prize for the best PhD, DPhil or Master by Research written on Indigenous art. Supported by the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund, this prize supports new research and writing on Indigenous art within a scholarly context. The prize is not restricted to authors of Indigenous heritage. Academic supervisors will be invited to nominate candidates and a jury led by Professor Ian McLean, of the University of Melbourne, will select an awardee. The prize will be financial ($2,000) and the winning author will be invited to present their research at the University of Sydney. Individuals can apply, or, can be nominated by a friend or colleague. Application requirements: The 2017 round of the award is currently open and applications can be made via Submittable Applicants for the 2017 award must have completed and defended their dissertation in the calendar…

Entries open for this year’s Bowness Photography Prize

Entries are now open for the William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize. This year the winner of the prize will take home $30,000 – which is $5,000 more than previous years. For the first time in the history of the prize, Monash Gallery of Art will acquire the winning entry. Established by MGA Foundation in 2006 to promote excellence in photography, the prize is open to any Australian photographer – established or emerging – and all genres of photography are eligible, as long as the work has been produced in the past year. There are no thematic restrictions. The exhibition of finalists also highlights some of the most interesting work being created by Australian photographers today. In this respect, the Bowness Photography Prize has become an important annual survey of contemporary photography in Australia. Previous winners include Valerie Sparks, Joseph McGlennon, Petrina Hicks and Pat Brassington. This year’s judge panel consists of…

Call for Entries | New Media Art Award and Exhibition: Screengrab | James Cook University

S C R E E N G R A B 7  – International Media Art Award Deadline: Sunday November 01 2015 23:59 AEDT Exhibition Opens: Friday December 18 2015 18:30 AEDT 2015 Theme RESISTANCE  | 1st Prize AU$10,000 SCREENGRAB is now entering its seventh year with an international call out for the AU$10,000 Media Arts Prize and the companion exhibition to be held in December 2015 for short listed applicants. SCREENGRAB is looking for challenging and provocative works by media arts practitioners and theorists working in screen based media on the theme of RESISTANCE.  All interpretations of resistance will be considered: the politics of resistance, the physics of resistance, the messiness of resistance, the urgency of resistance – and all its private, political and social connotations, (see the theme abstract below). All forms of screen based media are encouraged, including…

Prize | CHASS Distinctive Work Prize

The Council for Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS) is calling for nominations for the  CHASS Australia Distinctive Work Prize This is a great opportunity to be recognised for your contributions to Australian cultural and intellectual life and win a $3,500 cash prize (sponsored by Routledge). The prize is for a performance, exhibition, project or specific policy development in any humanities, arts or social sciences (HASS) field. Your distinctive work will relate to any or all of the HASS fields and showcase the significance of them to understandings of Australian cultural and intellectual life. All works must have been completed between January 1st 2014 and December 31st 2014 to be eligible. There is no nomination fee. Applications Close: 1st June 2015 See the CHASS website for further information on how to enter. Download the pdf poster here CHASS poster Facebook:…

Prize | ARIAH Prize for Online Publishing

ARIAH looks for new initiatives to promote art historical research throughout the world, and invites nominations and self-nominations for the ARIAH Prize for Online Publishing. This award, which carries a $1,000 prize, seeks to encourage and promote high scholarly standards in online publishing in all fields of art history. The prize will be awarded annually to the author(s) of a distinguished article or essay published online in the past three years in the form of an e-journal or other short-form e-publication which advances the study of art history and visual culture. The article should either appear exclusively online, or should be substantially distinct from any print version, creatively capitalizing on the potential of digital publishing. The competition is open to anyone, with the exception of delegates to ARIAH. Entries may be submitted by the author(s), or by others nominating authors…