Mary Anning Art Prize – open for submissions
Aim of the competition
The aim of the Mary Anning Art Prize is to have young South Australian artists create an original piece of artwork that tells us something about the prehistoric life of South Australia. It is essential, to be eligible, that the artwork explores an element of South Australia’s rich and remarkable prehistoric past, and that the artist lives in South Australia. To explore and illustrate our own past is to better know who we are as South Australians, and to better understand our unique place in the history of life.
While all visual art-forms are eligible, each entry must be presented in the form of a single photograph of the artwork.
What makes a successful entry?
- Scientific accuracy, creativity, and originality
- The best art isn’t just a picture, or a sculpture. It tells a story!
Find more information here.