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Raymond Arnold, Elsewhere World/Prospect and Refuge II (detail), represented by Bett Gallery

2018 Winner Neil Haddon, photo: Jessica King

$100,000
Australian Landscape Prize

2018 Winner
Neil Haddon

Entries open
4 January 2019

Entries close
5 April 2019

Exhibition venue
Hadley’s Orient Hotel
34 Murray Street Hobart

2018 Winner Neil Haddon, photo: Jessica King

$100,000
Australian Landscape Prize

2018 Winner
Neil Haddon

Entries open
4 January 2019

Entries close
5 April 2019

Exhibition venue
Hadley’s Orient Hotel
34 Murray Street Hobart

About

Presented by Hadley’s Orient Hotel, the Hadley’s Art Prize, Hobart is an annual, acquisitive Australian landscape prize, which offers $100,000 to the winning entry. Dating back to 1834, Hadley’s Orient Hotel has a rich and fascinating history interwoven with art, particularly landscape art.

The Hadley’s Art Prize, Hobart seeks to contribute to the Tasmanian and Australian art scene, generating interest in cultural tourism and promoting the work of contemporary Australian landscape artists.

Judged by a panel of art specialists, the prize is open to Australian artists over the age of eighteen working in two-dimensional media. Artists at all career stages are invited to enter. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists are encouraged to enter.

The Hadley’s Art Prize is awarded to what the judges deem to be the best portrayal of the Australian landscape.

About

Presented by Hadley’s Orient Hotel, the Hadley’s Art Prize, Hobart is an annual, acquisitive Australian landscape prize, which offers $100,000 to the winning entry. Dating back to 1834, Hadley’s Orient Hotel has a rich and fascinating history interwoven with art, particularly landscape art.

The Hadley’s Art Prize, Hobart seeks to contribute to the Tasmanian and Australian art scene, generating interest in cultural tourism and promoting the work of contemporary Australian landscape artists.

Judged by a panel of art specialists, the prize is open to Australian artists over the age of eighteen working in two-dimensional media. Artists at all career stages are invited to enter. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists are encouraged to enter.

The Hadley’s Art Prize is awarded to what the judges deem to be the best portrayal of the Australian landscape.

2018 Finalists

Click here to preview the finalists’ images and to purchase the 2018 exhibition catalogue

2018 Finalists

Click here to preview the finalists’ images and to purchase the 2018 exhibition catalogue

Key Dates

4 January 2019 ENTRIES OPEN

5 April 2019 ENTRIES CLOSE 6PM AEST

May 2019 FINALISTS ANNOUNCED

19 July 2019 EXHIBITION OPENING
Winner and highly commended awards announced

20 July – 18 August 2019 EXHIBITION

Key Dates

4 January 2019 ENTRIES OPEN

5 April 2019 ENTRIES CLOSE 6PM AEST

May 2019 FINALISTS ANNOUNCED

19 July 2019 EXHIBITION OPENING
Winner and highly commended awards announced

20 July – 18 August 2019 EXHIBITION

2019 Judges

JANE CLARK

Jane is a Senior Research Curator at Mona. She joined Mona in 2007, as a key member of the core creative team. Previously Curator of Major Special Exhibitions in both international and Australian art at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, and then Deputy Chairman of Sotheby’s in Australia, she is usually based in Melbourne. 

RAYMOND ARNOLD

Raymond is a printmaker and painter of international reputation. He currently lives in Queenstown, western Tasmania, where for ten years he directed Landscape Art Research Queenstown (LARQ) which fostered exhibitions, workshops, residencies and forums. Raymond has held more than 50 solo exhibitions and participated in group shows in Australia, Europe and the USA.

SUSAN MCCULLOCH OAM

Susan is an adjunct professor, art writer, book publisher, curator and speaker. She has written on Australian art for major media since 1981 including 11 years as The Australian’s visual arts writer.  She is the co-author of McCulloch’s Encyclopedia of Australian Art and McCulloch’s Contemporary Aboriginal Art.

2019 Judges

JANE CLARK

Jane joined Mona in 2007, as a key member of the core creative team. Previously Curator of Major
Special Exhibitions in both international and Australian art at the National Gallery of Victoria,
Melbourne, and then Deputy Chairman of Sotheby’s in Australia, she is usually based in Melbourne.

RAYMOND ARNOLD

Raymond is a printmaker and painter of international reputation. He currently lives in western Tasmania, where for ten years he directed Landscape Art Research Queenstown (LARQ) which fostered exhibitions, workshops, residencies and forums. Raymond has held more than 50 solo exhibitions and participated in group shows in Australia, Europe and the USA.

SUSAN MCCULLOCH OAM

Susan is an adjunct professor, art writer, book publisher, curator and speaker. She has written on Australian art for major media since 1981 including 11 years as The Australian’s visual arts writer.  She is the co-author of McCulloch’s Encyclopedia of Australian Art and McCulloch’s Contemporary Aboriginal Art.

Entries

Entries open 4 January 2019

The panel of art specialist judges named above will conduct two rounds of judging: pre-selection based on the digital images and in-person viewing of the finalists’ exhibition. They will select the finalists, the winner and recipients of the highly-commended awards.

The Hadley’s Art Prize is an annual award.

2019 Entry Conditions

Margaret Loy Pula, Anayte (Bush Potato), 2015, represented by Mitchell Fine Art

2018 finalists’ exhibition in Gallery Two, photo: Jessica King

Exhibition

Winner announced and exhibition opening

Friday 19 July 2019

Exhibition dates

20 July – 18 August 2019

Venue

Galleries at Hadley’s Orient Hotel,
Hobart, Tasmania

Entries

Entries open Friday 4 January 2019

The panel of art specialist judges named above will conduct two rounds of judging: pre-selection based on the digital images and in-person viewing of the finalists’ exhibition. They will select the finalists, the winner and recipients of the highly-commended awards.

The Hadley’s Art Prize is an annual award.

2019 Entry Conditions

Margaret Loy Pula, Anayte (Bush Potato), 2015, represented by Mitchell Fine Art

2018 finalists’ exhibition, photo: Jessica King

Exhibition

Winner announced and exhibition opening

Friday 19 July 2019

Exhibition dates

20 July – 18 August 2019

Venue

Galleries at Hadley’s Orient Hotel,
Hobart, Tasmania

Visit

Events

Events

This year’s Hadley’s Art Prize exhibition includes a terrific program of related events. Enjoy floor talks to learn more about the artworks in this year’s finalists’ exhibition, as well as two riveting discussion evenings sponsored by the University of Tasmania’s College of Arts, Law and Education.

View Events Brochure

Book Events Here

Accommodation

Come and stay at Hadley’s Orient Hotel during the Hadley’s Art Prize and immerse yourself in the art.
Accommodation packages are available throughout the exhibition!

Visit

This year’s Hadley’s Art Prize exhibition includes a terrific program of related events. Enjoy floor talks to learn more about the artworks in this year’s finalists’ exhibition, as well as two riveting discussion evenings sponsored by the University of Tasmania’s College of Arts, Law and Education.

Events Brochure

Book Events Here

Come and stay at Hadley’s Orient Hotel during the Hadley’s Art Prize and immerse yourself in the art.
Accommodation packages are available throughout the exhibition!

Education

This Education Kit has been designed for school groups visiting the 2018 Hadley’s Art Prize exhibition of finalists.

Aligned with the Australian Curriculum, it has been developed by art education specialists in partnership with the Hadley’s Art Prize curator, and is endorsed by Art Education Australia.

Schools groups are encouraged to use the Education Kit and visit the finalists’ exhibition to go in the running for the Hadley’s School Prize presented by Artery.

Hadley’s School Prize Entry Form

Philip Davey, Colonial Landscape, 2017,  represented by Australian Galleries

DOWNLOAD
EDUCATION
KIT HERE

Education

This Education Kit has been designed for school groups visiting the 2018 Hadley’s Art Prize exhibition of finalists.

Aligned with the Australian Curriculum, it has been developed by art education specialists in partnership with the Hadley’s Art Prize curator, and is endorsed by Art Education Australia.

Schools groups are encouraged to use the Education Kit and visit the finalists’ exhibition to go in the running for the Hadley’s School Prize presented by Artery.

Hadley’s School Prize Entry Form

Philip Davey, Colonial Landscape, 2017, represented by Australian Galleries

News

Television

A Chat with Dr Amy Jackett about The Hadley’s Art Prize 2018

Win News: 2018 Hadley’s Art Prize Finalists

7:30 – ABC – The Inaugural Hadley’s Art Prize 2017

Win News: Introducing the Hadley’s Art Prize

Media Enquiries

Jacquie Ray at Timmins Ray Public Relations
jacquie@timminsray.com.au

Romany Brodbribb at Timmins Ray Public Relations
romany@timminsray.com.au

Contact

CONTACT US
contact@hadleysartprize.com.au

HADLEY’S ORIENT HOTEL
34 Murray Street
Hobart
Tasmania
7000
hadleyshotel.com.au

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FAQ

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Partners

Everyone at Hadley’s Orient Hotel would like to acknowledge and thank our valued partners for their support

The Hadley’s Art Prize is

Supported by the Tasmanian

Government through

Events Tasmania

TRAVEL PARTNER

PEOPLE’S CHOICE PARTNER

HIGHLY COMMENDED PRESENTING PARTNERS

PACKING PRIZE PARTNER

EDUCATION

SCHOOL PRIZE

EVENTS

PREFERRED SUPPLIERS

Partners

Everyone at Hadley’s Orient Hotel would like to acknowledge and thank our valued partners for their support

The Hadley’s Art Prize is

Supported by the Tasmanian

Government through

Events Tasmania

TRAVEL PARTNER

PEOPLE’S CHOICE PARTNER

HIGHLY COMMENDED PRESENTING PARTNERS

PACKING PRIZE PARTNER

EDUCATION

SCHOOL PRIZE

EVENTS

PREFERRED SUPPLIERS