THE 2017 DOUG MORAN NATIONAL PORTRAIT PRIZE EXHIBITION IS NOW OPEN AT JUNIPER HALL IN PADDINGTON

19 October 2017

 

The 2017 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize Exhibition is now open at Juniper Hall in Paddington, following the announcement yesterday that Tim Storrier is the winner of the 2017 Portrait Prize. The free exhibition runs until 17 December and is open Thursday to Sunday from 10am until 4pm and it features all 30 finalists from this year’s prize.

 

The Moran Arts Foundation are also delighted to announce that each Sunday at 2pm throughout the exhibition they will host Artists Talks from selected finalists, with guests invited to come along and gain an insight into the work of the 2017 finalists and to enjoy a glass of wine in the grounds of historic Juniper Hall.

FREE ARTIST TALKS:

22 October - Dagmar Cyrulla - I am Woman
29 October - Nick Stathopoulos - Isla 1

05 November - Glenn Loughrey - Exile – Self Portrait of An Indigenous Man
12 November - Prudence Flint - Blue Cotton Dress
19 November - Kathrin Longhurst - Alex
26 November - Stewart MacFarlane - Artist at Sixty Three and Bride

03 December - David Fairbairn - Head of J.L. No.2 (with skull cap)
10 December - Janis Lander - New Town Prophet
17 December - Darren McDonald - The Good Son (My Brother Stefano and Uncle Jack Charles)

EXHIBITION DETAILS

Event: The Doug Moran National Portrait Prize Exhibition

Dates: 19 October – 17 December

Opening Hours: Thursday to Sunday from 10am until 4pm

Location: Juniper Hall, 250 Oxford Street, Paddington

 

The finalist portraits can be viewed here: http://www.moranprizes.com.au/competition/2017-doug-moran-national-portrait-prize/finalists

More information: www.moranarts.org.au and www.moranprizes.com.au

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