Stencil Art Prize - Touring Exhibition

13 – 15The Stencil Art Prize is a biennial exhibition that exhibits in Sydney every other year, the 10th Stencil Art Prize exhibition will take place 13-15 September 2019 at Tortuga Studios in Sydney, followed by a tour of regional / metro galleries until August 2021. Bookings for the 2019 Exhibition are currently open.

Upcoming Tour Dates

Tortuga Studios, 13 - 15 September 2019​

St Peters (Sydney) NSW, Australia

Southern Buoy Studios, 7 December 2019 - February 2020

Mornington (57 KM south of Melbourne) VIC, Australia

Glasshouse Regional Gallery, 19 September 2020 - 29 November 2020

Port Macquarie, NSW, Australia

Tour Bookings

Please contact Jacinta on 0422 033 055 or director [at] stencilartprize.com  if you are interested in receiving more information about having the Stencil Art Prize exhibit at your gallery. Bookings are open for our 2019 and 2021 Exhibitions, which tour for up to two years. 

Our Biennial Exhibition typically features 70 artworks from 25 different countries. Galleries will need to pay an administration fee and cover the cost of shipping the artworks to and from their gallery. We recommend an exhibition space of 75-100 sq or running metres – however we usually exhibit in smaller venues in Sydney due to space constraints in the city.

Supporting Materials
Digital Catalogue, Exhibition Tour Manual, Installation Support Available, Invitations or Invitation Template, Labels, Media Kit, Public Program Opportunities, Signage.

Other Opportunities
Artist talks, live mural painting and stencil-making workshops are available, please contact to discuss.

Testimonials

Presenting the 2016 Stencil Art Prize in our City Gallery enabled us to engage with new audiences and challenge expectations about what stencil art is and its place in contemporary art practice.
Celia Dottore
Gallery Manager, Flinders University Art Museum
The 2017 Stencil Art Prize touring exhibition was exhibited at Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre from 6 January to 4 March 2018. Associated touring exhibition materials including condition reports, media release, advertising collateral, exhibition guide, and brochure were both comprehensive and well-presented.Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre experienced an increase in visitation compared with the same period for the preceding two years and it was noted that visitors spent longer in the exhibition. Visitors to the Stencil Art Prize expressed appreciation for the contemporary and international nature of the works. There were many enquires and subsequent admiration of the methods in which the works were made.
Elissa Emerson
Curator, Muswellbrook Regional Art Centre
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