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Waverley Art Prize 2024 winners announcement

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Waverley Art Prize and Bondi Festival Opening 2024

The Waverley Art Prize celebrates excellence across the local arts community and greater Australian contemporary Visual Arts sector. Commencing in 1986, the Waverley Art Prize has a long-dedicated history as a painting and drawing prize, cultivating and supporting local artists with an illustrious alumnus of previous winners.

Open this year’s Bondi Festival with the announcement of the 2024 Waverley Art Prize, celebrating excellence across the local arts community and greater Australian contemporary Visual Arts sector. Commencing in 1986, the Waverley Art Prize has a long-dedicated history as a painting and drawing prize, cultivating and supporting local artists with an illustrious alumnus of previous winners.

Join Mayor Paula Masselos, along with this year’s Judges Joan Ross (Artist) and Julia Gutman (Artist) in celebrating the 38th Waverley Art Prize with the announcement of the $15,000 Open Prize winner, and to kick off this year’s dynamic Bondi Festival contemporary arts program with the launch of the finalist exhibition in Bondi Pavilion Art Gallery.

Finalists for 2024

Joel Arthur, Peter Berner, Amber Boardman, Sophie Bray, Will Cooke, Brenton Drechsler, Ella Dunn, Steven Durbach, Jaye Early, Sarah Edmondson, Nic Fern, Angus Gardner, Tim Gregory, Simon Grennan, Blake Griffiths, Graziela Guardino, Taylah Hasaballah, Ileigh Hellier, Adam Hisham Ismail, Dylan Jones, Tracey Jones, Xavier Lane, Bronte Leighton-Dore, Belem Lett, Eric Lobbecke, Gigi Malherbe, Wendy Miller, Jasmine Mowbray, Lisa Patroni, Joel Picklum, James Rhodes, An Sheng, Elliot Sofaea, Dave Sparkes, Julie Vinci, Myles Young, Christopher Zanko.

The Waverley Art Prize runs from 5 July - 18 August.

Finalists for 2024 to be announced.

The Waverley Art Prize runs from 5 July - 18 August.


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