Pro Hart Outback Art Prize 2019

2019 Pro Hart Outback Art prize

The Pro Hart Outback Art Prize is an annual acquisitive competition. The prize showcases work in any media which reflects the spirit and diversity of the Australian Outback.

The prize consists of an Acquisitive First Prize, a Non-Acquisitive Second Prize and a People’s Choice Award with a total prize pool of $23,000.

 

Acquisitive First prize - $20,000

Second Prize - $2,000

Peoples Choice Award - $1,000

The winning work will be added to the nationally recognised collection of the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery.

The Pro Hart Outback Art Prize was renamed in acknowledgement of his and his family’s contribution to the arts and support of Broken Hill. The prize is generously supported by Mrs Raylee J Hart and Broken Hill City Council.

 

 Entries have now closed.


If you have any queries, please contact: artgallery@brokenhill.nsw.gov.au

Key Dates 2019:

  • Entries Open: Monday, 25th March
  • Entries Close: Friday, 31st May
  • Finalist Notification:  Friday, 14th June
  • Artworks Delivered: Monday, 17th June - Friday, 5th July
  • Exhibition Opening: Friday, 19th July

 

2019 Finalists:

  • Dave Doyle
  • Howard Steer
  • Lee Harrop
  • Deborah Williams
  • Belinda Eckermann
  • Jane Skeer
  • Matthew Clarke
  • Jackie Masters
  • Pamela Honeyfield
  • Karen Stephens
  • Lyn Laver-Ahmat
  • Ingrid Bowen
  • Clark Barrett
  • Amala Groom
  • Honey Long
  • Prue Stent
  • Lynette Sumner
  • Ann Evers
  • Rose Jiiwu Lee
  • Colleen Southwell
  • Cindy Watkins
  • James Tylor
  • Rachaeldaisy Dodd
  • Nadine Keegan
  • Laura Patterson
  • Ceardai Demelza
  • Linda Joyce
  • Jessica Leonard
  • Jan Martin
  • Steve Lopes
  • Albert Woodroffe
  • Deb Johansen
  • Mark Nodea
  • Patrick Mung Mung
  • Jessica Murtagh
  • Asma Mather
  • Gritta Walker
  • Miranda Russell
  • Michael Pitts
  • Liam Garstang
  • Holly Grace
  • Paula Mahoney

The 2019 Pro Hart Outback Art Prize will open, Friday July 19 from 6pm with prize announcements.