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Award showcases maritime art

31 Aug 2017

Award showcases maritime art Image

The Mission to Seafarers Victoria is again hosting the ANL Maritime Arts Award and Exhibition in October.

The ANL Maritime Arts Award is an annual celebratory initiative that recognises excellence in maritime and seafaring art.

Artists from Australia and overseas have submitted their work for a chance to share the collective $29,000 prize money.

Entries have closed and 80 pieces will be shortlisted for the final assessment on October 2.

The winner of the top award will receive a $15,000 prize and other prizes range from $2000 to $5000.

Consistent with the previous year’s theme, the 2017 theme is “the relationship between humanity and the sea”.

The ANL Maritime Awards and Exhibition has been running since 2002 and has already showcased more than 900 artworks.

The selected artworks, including photographs, paintings and other contemporary or traditional art forms, will be exhibited at the Mission to Seafarers building at 717 Flinders St, Docklands from October 6-27.

For more information visit missiontoseafarers.com.au/anl-art-prize

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