Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Health Corporation and West Darling Arts invite Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists residing in the Murdi Paaki region to submit entries for the 2021 Maari Ma Indigenous Art Awards.
The aim of the prize is to provide an opportunity to showcase and celebrate art works and creativity in the region by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. The prize in non-acquisitive.
MMIAA is presented in collaboration with the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, Maari Ma Aboriginal Health Corporation and West Darling Arts.
Open Art Prize Artwork in any medium on any theme (Painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, film, installation etc.). 1st Prize - $2000 2nd Prize - $1000
Emerging Artist Award - $1000
Nhuungku Prize for Excellence - $1000 BHRAG and WDA Young Artist Prize* - Art pack to the value of $800 *Artists under the age of 18 will automatically be eligible for the Young Artist Prize
*All female artists will automatically be eligible for the Nhuungku Prize for Excellence.
The Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery and West Darling Arts can provide one on one support to assist you with your entry, whether through advice on materials, assistance filling in your form or advice with pricing your work.
Please contact us using the details below.
A limited number of canvases are available through West Darling Arts – Contact Cathy Farry, Executive Director of West Darling Arts or contact them on Facebook.