INCINERATOR ART AWARD: ART FOR SOCIAL CHANGE | INCINERATOR GALLERY | MELBOURNE
7 OCTOBER - 26 NOVEMBER 2017
OPENING NIGHT FRIDAY 6 OCTOBER 6-8PM
Becc Ország is a finalist in this years Incinerator Art Award: Art for Social Change with her drawing 'Hope (align yourself with me)'. The Incinerator Art Award is $10,000 non-acquisitive award of national significance with entries received from every state and territory in Australia. The award showcases the work of 22 artists who interrogate contemporary culture in their practices to achieve and influence social change.
The Incinerator Art Award, will be judged by curators Anthony Fitzpatrick (Tarrawarra Museum of Art), Jacqueline Doughty (Ian Potter Museum of Art) and Pippa Milne (Centre for Contemporary Photography).
FINALISTS: Cigdem Aydemir / Hayley Millar-Baker / Sheena Colquhoun / Jacquelene Drinkall / Carly Fischer / Rew Hanks / Heather Hesterman / Alana Hunt / Kelly Hussey-Smith and Alan Hill / Thea Jones / Aaron Martin / Mohsen Meysami / Phuong Ngo / Becc Ország / Perdita Phillips / Jacob Raupach / Georgia Robenstone / Paul Trefry / Matthew Vaughan / Yandell Walton and Sharon West.
7 October - 26 November
180 Holmes Rd, Moonee Ponds, VIC