We are delighted to be welcoming entries for the 14th annual Solar Art Prize in South Australia, with $60,000 worth of prizes to be won.
Prizes include a Natural Technology Systems, Prospect voucher for $5,000 worth of fully installed Solar Q Cell Panels / solar hot water / battery / low power refrigerator / composting toilet / solar pool pumps.
This will be the 14th year in a row that the privately funded Solar Art Prize has been held, representing a total of $490,140 of solar product vouchers and metro tickets awarded to South Australian artists.
Art of any style in any medium is accepted for judging by a different team of independent judges every year.
The urgency of reducing carbon emissions can no longer wait on government, foreign powers or anyone else to take responsibility. We must do what we can – NOW.
This is your chance to express your feelings about climate change, laud those who are helping, and satirise those who are not helping.
Saturday 9 April – Saturday 30 April 2022 (closed Easter 15 -18 April)
Monday – Friday 10.30 – 3.30pm
Saturday 1 – 3.30pm
Come and see the finalists and the winning entries at the Royal South Australian Art Society gallery on the first floor of the Institute Building which is on the corner of North Terrace and Kintore Avenue.
Don’t be tricked by the staircase nearest to North Terrace – it won’t take you there! Take the staircase in the middle of the building, or the lifts.
Climate change, nature and the environment; expressed through landscapes, seascapes, wild fauna or flora or environmentally aware people or thought-provoking images.
Winners receive Natural Technology Systems Prospect vouchers towards the purchase of Solar Q Cell Panels/solar hot water/battery/refrigerator (low power)/composting toilet/or solar pool pump – Winners choice – All fully installed.
Prizes are transferrable to family or friends in South Australia.
GUEST SPEAKER at opening Saturday 9th April 2022
Professor Bronwyn Gillanders – Marine scientist
JUDGES in 2022:
Janet Ayliffe – artist & teacher
Rod Bax – artist & teacher
Megan Roodenrys – artist & teacher
Also thank you to Natural Technology Systems, Prospect, who have not only honoured our vouchers since 2010 but have sponsored a major prize in the competition since 2016.