The Hutchins Art Prize is a nationally recognised biennial award for works on paper. The award is open to artists working in Australasia and the Pacific Rim and offers a first prize of $20,000.
2015 will be the fourteenth year of the Hutchins Art Prize. Its evolution from humble beginnings in 1997 to a major national award has been most rewarding. A dramatic increase in entries has occurred over the years.
Read about the history of the Hutchins Art Prize and view the works of past winners HERE
The patron of the 2015 Hutchins Art Prize is Her Excellency, Professor The Honourable Kate Warner, AM, Governor of Tasmania.
EXHIBITION DATES: Tuesday 8 – Sunday 20 September 2015
10:30am – 5:30pm daily
Image Credit: The Hutchins Art Prize 2013 Winner, Thea Costantino (Western Australia), The Fold 1 & 2