Entries for the 2015 Stencil Art Prize have now closed. Finalist and winning artworks will exhibit at aMBUSH Gallery from the 16 – 30 October 2015 in Sydney.
This year we will exhibit 91 finalists from 21 countries in the world’s largest stencil event.
Bookings are now open for free Stencil Art Prize Exhibition guided tours for school groups (senior arts students only) here.
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2015 Winner’s Award Plate
Thanks to our Principal Partner Royal Doulton, the 2015 Stencil Art Prize winner will receive a very special Award Plate featuring Pure Evil’s Marilyn MarleneDali design and a personalised plaque on the back.
2014 Stencil Art Prize Winner – 23rd key
Congratulations to stencil artist 23rd Key, from Melbourne Australia who has won the 2014 Stencil Art Prize with her portrait Duality of Australian band, The Living End’s front man Chris Cheney. Highly Commendeds were awarded to Tinku (Guatemala/Mexico), Monstfur (Poland) and Tiera Boo (Australia). Read more here
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The Stencil Art Prize is the largest stencil event in the world. It began in 2009 and was then known as the Australian Stencil Art Prize which accepted stencils from Australian artists only. In 2013 it expanded to accept international entries in response to mounting interest from stencil artists around the globe. 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.