Vicki Torr Online Gallery Prize
Each year the members of Ausglass award an emerging glass artist the Vicki Torr Online Gallery Prize. The annual prize is valued at $2,000 and is awarded to an emerging contemporary glass artist whose artwork images have been included in the Ausglass Online Gallery.
The purpose for the prize is to encourage emerging artists who display outstanding achievement in their art practise and to facilitate an increase in their public profile by placing photographic examples of their work alongside their CV and biography in the Ausglass Online Gallery.
Ausglass recognises the importance of maintaining a public profile through the online gallery. This database of images are a reference for galleries, collectors and other institutions who frequently use the Ausglass site to stay informed about the Australian contemporary studio glass movement. This award aims to encourage all our members to maintain their online profiles by taking full advantage of the Ausglass Online Gallery.
Entry to the 2017 Vicki Torr Online Prize is currently CLOSED.
Entry will open on 1st of November 2016 and voting will commence 13th of December 2016.
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Make sure you click the checkbox in your profile to enter the competition!
For those members who don't wish to enter for the prize, you can still get involved by voting for your favourite artist! Voting will open on December 13th 2016 and close on January 6th. The winner will be announced at the 2017 Ausglass AGM in January at the Ausglass Conference in Canberra.
To be eligible for the Vicki Torr Online Gallery prize:
- The artist must be an Ausglass member
- The artist must have placed photographic examples of their work and a one page C.V. on the Ausglass Online Gallery by the 1st of December in the year of the prize;
- The artist must be an emerging artist (see below);
- Winners of the Vicki Torr Online Gallery prize in one year will not be eligible to enter the competition in subsequent years;
Eligible members will enhance their chances of winning the prize if they ensure that the quality of photography is high. The C.V. should not exceed one A4 size page and should accurately reflect the achievements of the emerging artist.
For the purposes of the prize an emerging artist will be regarded as a person who has five or less years of professional experience. Students with five or less years of professional experience are also eligible for the prize and are encouraged to participate in the Online Gallery.
Previous winners of the Vicki Torr Online Gallery Prize
|2016 Clare Peters||2012 Mikyoung Jung||2007 Annette Blair|
|2015 Liz Newhan & Janine Koefoed||2011 Yuksuke Takemura||2006 Nicole Ayliffe|
|2014 Gillian Tomasich||2009 Susan Moore|
|2013 Zoe Woods||2008 Denise Pepper|