Wyndham Art Prize 2019 Winner, Welcome to Country (video still) by wāni

Wyndham Art Prize 2020

08 MAY – 28 JUN  

Immerse yourself in prize worthy art…

Despite COVID-19 the Wyndham Art Prize 2020 is going forward in an augmented fashion.

Now in its sixth year, the Wyndham Art Prize attracts entries from some of the best artists across Australia. Discover some of our best new artists and art in all its forms. The Prize is a curated show which profiles exceptional local artists, emerging artists, and outstanding established artists.

Congratulations to all of the winners and finalists this year, as well as a big thank you to our panel of Judges, Deakin University and Arts Assist.

Watch the announcement of the winners of the Wyndham Art Prize 2020

Take a virtual tour of the exhibition

People’s Choice Award is sponsored by Arts Assist.

This year’s finalists: 

Kim Anderson, Sue Anderson, Uma Barry, Jane Bartier, David Bentley, Fleur Brett, Megan Bonnici, Karen Casey, Esther Cloonan, Melanie Cobham, Sal Cooper, Emmet Davies, Donna Davis, Penelope Davis, Shimin Deng, Recyklör, Elham Eshraghian, Anne Fleming, Bridget Frawley, Deanne Gilson, Amala Groom, Chami Gunasekera, Brad Gunn, Robert Hague, Jody Haines, Stephen Haley, Paul Handley, David Hourigan, Mali Indigo, Kait James, Robyn Kinsela, Anna Kiparis, Kelly Koumalatsos, Trisha Lambi, Jo Lane, Julee Latimer, wāni Le Frere, Carmel Louise, Moreen Wellington-Lyons, John Mathet, Kate McCracken-Bell, Kirsty McIntyre, Jonathan Mendez-Baute, Kent Morris, Ivy Mutuku, Annabel Nowlan, Anj Odessa, Liza Oliver, Jan Parker, Sonia Payes, Robyn Phelan, Shirley Ploog, Zorica Purlija, Irene Ridgeway, Thalia Robertson, Natalie Ryan, Pip Ryan, Nina Sanadze, Elif Sezen, Senye Shen, Ema Shin, Lee Stain, Bronté Stölz, Fiona Taylor, Kerrie Taylor, Edward Trost, Throwaway, Jonathan Toaishara, Elizabeth van Herwaarden, Bibi Viro, Carolyn Warren-Langford, Moreen Wellington-Lyons, Simon Welsh, Lisa White, Narelle White, Jianqiang Xu, Chee Yong

Go Deeper:

Artist in Conversation

Thursday 28 May, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Hear from local artists about their work and their experience participating in the Prize.

Sunday Salon

Sunday 31 May 2:00pm – 3:30pm

Join us online for a hands-on activity that will engage your creativity. Facilitated by Emmet Davies, who will share basic techniques and themes needed to construct a realistic portrait, including eyes, nose, mouth, hair and skin texture. A great opportunity to learn from a local artist and a Wyndham Art Prize finalist.

Please register here.



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