NZ Painting and Printmaking Award – 2021(postponed)

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THE ENTRY DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 7 FEBRUARY 2022.

N.B. All entries received before 31 August 2021 have the option to change their entry if they wish. Please contact Julie at the WSA – wsa@wsa.org.nz.

All finalists and non-finalists will be notified by 17 February 2022

Work to be delivered to the Pavilion, Hamilton Gardens on the 4th, and 5th of April, no later.

THE AWARDS AND EXHIBITION WILL BE HELD AT THE PAVILON, HAMILTON GARDENS ON FRIDAY, 8 APRIL, 2022 WITH THE JUDGE’S TALK SATURDAY, 9 APRIL, 2022.

Entries for the 21st NZPPA will be opening online from the 1st of August 2021. The Awards and Opening evening, along with the exhibition, will be held at the Hamilton Gardens in the Pavilion.

NZPPA ENTRY FORM Updated 31 August 2021 Final

Cyanotypes and Photograms do not meet the Printmaking criteria.

Maximum entry size is 1500mm x 1500mm x 70mm(including the frame)

We are excited to have new sponsors joining our very generous current sponsors and are humbled by their commitment to this prestigious New Zealand award.

NZPPA 2021 sponsors

Nancy Caiger $1000 Paint Award

Golden Homes $2000 Paint Award

Print Council Aotearoa NZ $1000 Print Award

Ruth Davey $2000 Print Award

Gordon Harris $500 People’s Choice Award

Main Prize $20000 –

Chow Hill $5000

Kim Maley & Jenny Ferneyhough $5000

Bustle $5000

Graham & Elizabeth Robinson $5000

 

Award Dates

Entries open online – 1st August 2021 Entries close – 7th February 2022 Finalists notified – 17th February 2022 Judging, Opening and Awards – 8 April, 2022 Exhibition 9 April to 19th April, 2022

Award Prizes

People’s Choice Award $500 Gordon Harris voucher Paint Award $1000 Print Award $1000 Merit Paint Award $2000 Ruth Davey Merit Print Award $2000 Major Prize Award $20,000

This Year's Judge:

We are so pleased to announce our Judge this year is Dr. Ed Hanfling. Ed has PhD in Art History from the University of Auckland. His current roles are as a Lecturer in Art History and Theory at Dunedin School of Art with Otago Polytechnic.

Dr. Ed Hanfling

Apply Online

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I.e. Drawing, Painting, Illustration, Sculpture, Digital, Photograph, Mixed Media

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