Trump Stencils – An Online Exhibition
20 stencil artists from 11 countries have shared artwork that they have made in response to Donald Trump’s presidency.He makes us sick to the stomach, so we’ve decided to not sit around in silence, and instead, we’ll let these paintings do the talking.
Featured artists are: Hanksy, Tabby, CRS, Big Ben, Mr hope, NOTNOT, Mark Fitz, Kelly Sullivan, Chris, Godbout, Stephen Quick, Adam Quinn, Francesco Totaro, Ollie Arthur-Banes, Mowgli, Ryan Moore,XayoboX, ADW, Teach, L.E.T. and Calm. View them here.
2017 Stencil Art Prize Entries Now Open
Entries for the 2017 Stencil Art Prize are now open and close on 6 June 2017.
This year’s Stencil Art Prize will Exhibit at Stirrup Gallery in Sydney from 8 – 17 September. The winner of the $5000 cash prize will be selected by one of Australia’s most highly acclaimed street artists – Rone.
For the first time this year, Finalists will be selling print editions of their stencil alongside their stencil painting.
Early Bird Offer* – 2 entries for price of 1 – Valid until 30 April 2017
*Early bird offer is only valid for entrants who have not previously been a finalist.
The Stencil Art Prize is the largest stencil event in the world.
9 years in the running
29 Countries represented
417 Artists exhibited
446 Paintings exhibited
150,000 Gallery Visitors
$22,000 Prize money awarded
$95,000 Artwork Sales
29,500 Social Followers
The Stencil Art Prize began in 2009 and was originally known as the Australian Stencil Art Prize which accepted stencils from Australian artists only. In 2013 we expanded to accept international artists. The prize exhibits shortlisted finalists in Sydney each year and aims to recognise and reward stencil artists. It is an acquisitive art prize. Read more here.