• Artist Steve Lopes wins the 2018 Gallipoli Art Prize with ‘Exposed Wood, Mont St Quentin’.

    Sydney based artist Steve Lopes has won the 2018 Gallipoli Art Prize ($20 000 acquisitive funded by the Gallipoli Memorial Club) with his painting ‘Exposed Wood, Mont St Quentin’ depicting the overgrown WW1 battlefield of Mont St Quentin on the Western Front where Australian forces fought. Lopes’ winning work along with thirty-two finalist works will be on public display at Club […]

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  • Thirty three finalists have been selected for the 2018 Gallipoli Art Prize.

    Thirty-three finalists have been selected for the 2018 Gallipoli Art Prize. The winner of the $20 000 prize will be announced on Wednesday April 18 in Sydney at Club Bondi Junction RSL whilst the Gallipoli Memorial Club in Circular Quay undergoes redevelopment. The winning painting and the thirty-two finalist works will be on public display at the Club Bondi Junction RSL […]

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  • Autumn Enews 2018 – $20 000 Art Prize, Alice on tour and IWD.

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  • Last chance to enter the Gallipoli Art Prize. Entries close March 14

    Gallipoli $20 000 Art Prize Quick!  Last chance to enter the Gallipoli Art Prize. Australian (and other eligible) artists are invited to enter one piece of original work produced in oil, acrylic, water colour or mixed medium in the Gallipoli Art Prize competition. Entries close March 14, 2018 click here for application form and more info

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  • Call for entries – $20 000 Art Prize

    Australian (and other eligible) artists are invited to enter one piece of original work produced in oil, acrylic, water colour or mixed medium in the annual Gallipoli Art Prize competition. The Gallipoli Art Prize will be awarded to the artist who best depicts the spirit of the Gallipoli Campaign as expressed in the Club’s “Creed”. […]

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  • Entries open for the 2017 Gallipoli $20,000 Art prize

    The Gallipoli Art Prize Organising Committee annually invites any eligible artist to submit a painting for the Gallipoli Art Prize. Prize money of $20,000 is awarded to the artist of the winning entry. The Gallipoli Art Prize is an acquisition prize. The Gallipoli Art Prize will be awarded to the artist who best depicts the spirit of the […]

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  • CHINESE AUSTRALIAN ARTIST JIAWEI SHEN WINS THE 2016 GALLIPOLI ART PRIZE

    Celebrated Chinese born Australian painter Jiawei Shen from Bundeena NSW has won the $20 000 2016 Gallipoli Art Prize with his painting ‘Yeah, Mate! ’ depicting an Australian soldier at Gallipoli carrying his wounded comrade. Jiawei Shen’s winning work is based on an iconic Gallipoli photograph which is kept in the Imperial War Museum in […]

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  • Summer news – New Australian theatre, visual arts, music, ticket offer and more

    We’ve had an amazing start to the year working with the New York team bringing our fantastic  Australian show, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, to off Broadway. We have also had the great pleasure of working with some amazing artists, companies and organisations so far in 2016, from New York to Penrith, Bermagui to the Gold […]

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  • Call out for entries – Gallipoli Club 2016 Art Prize

    The Gallipoli Art Prize Organising Committee invites any eligible artist to submit a painting for the Gallipoli Art Prize, which will be administered by the Gallipoli Memorial Club Limited (the “Club”) and under the control of the Gallipoli Art Prize Organizing Committee. Prize money of $20,000 is awarded to the artist of the winning entry […]

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  • FINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR 2015 GALLIPOLI ART PRIZE

    A record number of entries have been received for this year’s annual $20 000 Gallipoli Art Prize, marking a significant milestone for the prize that celebrates its 10th year coinciding with the Gallipoli Centenary. Every year the paintings submitted to the Gallipoli Art Prize tell personal and often emotional stories about the legacy of war […]

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