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ANL Maritime Art Awards

04 Jul 2018

The 2018 ANL Maritime Art Awards Exhibition is open for entries.

The exhibition is staged by Mission to Seafarers Victoria (MtSV) in Flinders St, Docklands.

It follows the theme of maritime and seafaring subjects and calls artists to respond either thematically or literally to “the relationship of humanity to the sea”.

Previous award winners include Jamie Preisz, who MtSV congratulates on his win of the 2018 Archibald Packing Room Prize.

2018 Maritime Art Awards:

$15,000 – ANL Maritime Art Award (Acquisitive)

$5000 – ASP Best Traditional Maritime Art Award (Acquisitive)

$2000 – DP World Emerging Artist Award (Acquisitive)

$2000 – VIVA Energy People’s Choice Award and

$2000 – Nevile & Co Runners-up Award

Key dates:

Entries open: June 1

Entries close: August 31

Exhibition Opening and Awards Ceremony (invitation only): October 4

Exhibition: October 5 – October 26 at 717 Flinders St, Docklands.

Julian Bruere, vice president of the Australian Society of Marine Artists is a participating artist and an award winner from 2016. He said: “The award and exhibition gives relevance to the niche subject of maritime art.”

“Participating has raised my awareness of the Mission to Seafarers and the services delivered, especially through hearing the personalities of the MtSV communicate at the awards opening night – it really brings the whole show together.”

The MtSV thanked ANL Shipping and other sponsors, for their continued support of the awards, representing the support and awareness the shipping industry has of supporting the welfare of its seafarers.

Sue Dight, chief manager at MtSV, said: “We are excited to once again present the ANL Maritime Art Prize and Exhibition.”

“It is a fantastic opportunity for artists to showcase their work in our unique, heritage-listed seafarers’ centre here in Docklands and to raise awareness of the good work we continue to do towards seafarers’ welfare after 160 years. It is certainly the highlight on our events calendar at the Mission to Seafarers Victoria.”

Further information can be found at missiontoseafarers.com.au/artprize

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