Ellen José (1951-2017) was a pioneer in Australia’s urban Indigenous art movement and a radical activist and social justice campaigner.
The Ellen José Art Award is a partnership between the Ellen José Memorial Foundation and Bayside City Council and aims to support young female artists in the early stages of their career. The Foundation is providing a $15,000 non-acquisitive award to a female visual artist 18-35 years working in any media.
The award is given in the hope that it will support the winning artist’s continued development by providing recognition as well as a financial boost. Six shortlisted artists will have the opportunity to present a body of work at Bayside Gallery in mid-2022. The award will be given to an artist based on their work in the exhibition.
Judges: Max Delany, Artistic Director & CEO, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) and Professor Marcia Langton AM, Associate Provost at the University of Melbourne
Entries close 27 August.
Share the Ellen José Art Award with your friends and networks
Women visual artists aged 18–35 working in any medium are invited to enter the national $15,000 non-acquisitive Ellen José Art Award.
Please share this wonderful opportunity with your friends and networks and encourage them to enter images of multiple works for consideration.
The image above can be saved (right-click on the image and save) and uploaded to your social media channels along with this link bayside.vic.gov.au/ellenjose