John Fries Award
- When 21 Jun - 27 Jul 2019
CNR OXFORD ST & GREENS RD, PADDINGTON NSW 2021
TUES TO SAT, 10AM-5PM. CLOSED PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
+61 2 8936 0888
Since 2010, the John Fries Award has recognised the contribution and achievement of early career practitioners from Australia and New Zealand. The Award matches the philanthropic support of the Fries family with the Copyright Agency’s enduring commitment to the career development of artists. As a result, the Award has profiled an outstanding group of more than 120 finalists and winners.
2019 John Fries Award finalists are Madison Bycroft (Marseilles, France/Adelaide, SA); Betty Chimney & Raylene Walatinna (Indulkana Community, APY Lands, SA); Dean Cross (Sydney, NSW); David Greenhalgh (Canberra, ACT); Nadia Hernàndez (Sydney, NSW); Jenna Lee (Brisbane QLD/London, UK); Hayley Millar-Baker (Melbourne, VIC); Elena Papanikolakis (Sydney, NSW); The Ryan Sisters (Pip and Natalie Ryan, Melbourne, VIC); and Justine Youssef (Sydney, NSW)
10am Saturday 22 June, UNSW Galleries
Join 2019 John Fries Award finalists Madison Bycroft, Jenna Lee, Hayley Millar-Baker and The Ryan Sisters for a series of artist talks on the opening weekend of ‘There is Fiction in the Spaces Between’. Talks moderated by John Fries Award Curator Miriam Kelly.
3pm Saturday 27 July, UNSW Galleries
Join 2019 John Fries Award finalists Dean Cross, David Greenhalgh, Nadia Hernández, Elena Papanikolakis and Justine Youssef for a series of artist talks on the closing weekend of ‘There is Fiction in the Spaces Between’. Talks moderated by John Fries Award Curator Miriam Kelly.