The Chippendale New World Art Prize represents the advent of a new world where art spreads across all arenas to create new possibilities. Chippendale has undergone a tremendous transformation from its humble beginnings as an industrial suburb to what is now a landscape of creative ventures spanning contemporary art galleries to cutting-edge visual technologies.
The Chippendale New World Art Prize stems from a personal donation of $100,000 by arts philanthropist and Chairman of Frasers Property Australia, Dr Stanley Quek. Over the ten years from its inception in 2013, this Art Prize fosters excellence for all creative individuals and agencies, working in formal or informal fields of practice.
Each year the Art Prize takes on a theme relating to a different facet of a new world. The theme for 2015 is Phenomena, much like the vastly intricate communities we live in, it is an exceptionally multifaceted idea. It is not tethered by any singular idiom. In circumnavigating monochromatic classification we encourage creatives and thinkers to expressively investigate and build works which illuminate the multiverse that is Phenomena. To traverse the magnificent creative maelstrom of opportunity inherent in the concept and produce works which push the breadth of the physical, metaphoric and phenomenological definitions of what it means to exist and create.
The Art Prize calls upon artists, creative agencies and students as the new voices of change, asking entrants to be inspired by art’s capacity to breathe new life into the urban sphere and embrace the new world of art technologies within their entries.
The Prize encourages entry in all mediums of art including new or non-conventional technologies, from emerging or established artists.
Please note only original artworks created specifically for this Art Prize will be accepted.
Each submission must consist of:
If the artwork is in the form of video media, an online link must be included in submission.
A submission fee of $30 is required. Payment details are to be supplied on the entry form.
Finalists will be notified by late April 2015.
Finalists will be required to deliver their artworks for installation in early May 2015.
Only 1 entry is required from each applicant.
No late entries will be accepted.
Confirmed judges for the 2015 CNWAP are legendary Director of the MCA, Elizabeth Ann MacGregor OBE, renowned art critic, lecturer and broadcaster Andrew Frost, and chairman of Frasers Property Australia, Dr. Stanley Quek, whose own philanthropic gesture has made the prize possible.
2015 will include a People’s Choice award with some exciting prizes up for grabs!