• 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 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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  • Opening of Australian and Turkish Art and Sculpture Exhibition – 2015 Gallipoli Centenary

    The Battle of Lone Pine 100th anniversary was commemorated on Thursday 6th August at The Gallipoli Club in Sydney with an unveiling of 10 bronze busts sculptures of the Australian and New Zealand Victoria Cross winners from the Gallipoli campaign. The NSW Governor, His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley and Mrs Hurley, and relatives of […]

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  • Governor of New South Wales to open 10 Year Gallipoli Club Art Prize Exhibition and Unveiling of Commemorative Sculptures – August 6

    Unveiling of Commemorative Sculptures and Gallipoli and Canakkale Art Prize 10 Year Exhibition by His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret’d), Governor of New South Wales August 6, 7pm Gallipoli Memorial Club, Loftus Street Sydney The Gallipoli Memorial Club is delighted to announce the upcoming opening of the 10 year Exhibition of the […]

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    Sydney painter Sally Robinson has won the $20 000 2015 Gallipoli Art Prize with her painting ‘Boy Soldiers’ depicting grave stones at Gallipoli stencilled with the names and ages of the youngest soldiers to die in the Gallipoli campaign. Judges also commended Victorian Martin Tighe for his painting of a donkey ‘The Burden’ and NSW […]

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    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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  • Call for Entries for the $20 000 Gallipoli Art Prize

    CALL OUT FOR ENTRIES TO THE 2015 GALLIPOLI ART PRIZE and announcement of Gallipoli Art Prize National Tour Entries to 2015 Gallipoli Art Prize close 17 March, 2015 2015 Winner will be announced 23 April, 2015 in Sydney Gallipoli Art Prize National Tour commences August 2015 The Gallipoli Memorial Club is calling on Australian, New […]

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  • Invitation to host the Gallipoli Art Prize National Tour

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    The Gallipoli Memorial Club will be conducting a travelling Gallipoli Art Prize National Tour of 20 artworks throughout Australia commencing from August 2015 to take place over the next two years to commemorate the Anzac Centenary. Established in 2005, the annual Gallipoli Art Prize is awarded to the work that best expresses the Gallipoli Club’s […]

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  • Gallipoli Art Prize – record entrants received for the 2014 prize.

    We are extremely pleased to announce that record entries have been received by the Gallipoli Memorial Club for this years $20 000 acquisitional Art Prize. 166 entries where received with 37 finalists selected. Judging was conducted by John MacDonald, art critic for the Sydney Morning Herald, Jane Watters, Gallery Director, S.H. Ervin Gallery and Barry Pearce former […]

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