This biennial event has found its niche within Australia’s art community as a prize that celebrates accessible furniture art and is open to furniture designers operating within Australia.
The Prize contributes to Tasmania’s reputation as a leading cultural hub, brimming with vibrant arts experiences.
In 2017 one acquisitive prize of $20,000 will be awarded to the winner. The work will be acquired into the Clarence Collection. One non-acquisitive prize of $1,500 will be awarded for a work that is highly commended. One non-acquisitive encouragement award of $1,500 will be made to an emerging artist/designer.
The Clarence Prize 2017 finalists’ exhibition will be held from 8 Sept – 8 Oct in the Barn at Rosny Farm.
Entries close April 13
2015 Winners were
Winner $20,000 acquisitive award
Liam Mugavin: Koto Light
Highly commended award
Andrew Bartlett and Deb Jones – Bench seat DAB 714
Emerging designer award
For further information contact the Gallery Coordinator or Arts and Cultural Development
Coordinator – Phone (03) 6217 9607 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org