Congratulations to Stephen Griffin on being the recipient of the People’s Choice award for his painting Flatland #1, Acrylic on canvas.
Stephen receives $500 in kind from
Art to Art. Many thanks to our sponsor for providing this prize and supporting the RSASA Abstract Art Award, Essence of Place.
Congratulations to Melanie Crawford for her 1st Place award in the RSASA Abstract Prize Exhibition, Essence of Place.
Exhibition is currently being held in the RSASA Gallery, Level 1 Institute Bldg., cnr North Terrace and Kintore Avenue, Adelaide.
Exhibition dates: 25 June – 23 July, 2023.
Exhibition artworks and other prize winners are listed on the exhibition page
Two students in the Creative Arts program at UNISA and the recipients of the
UNISA Creative M & M Carbins Trust Award are presenting an exhibition in the RSASA Gallery.
Artists: Artemis Karlex & Belinda Walker Exhibition Dates: 20 Jan – 5 Feb, 2023
Artist information can be downloaded here.
Kennedy Art Prize exhibition opens on Friday 9 September in the RSASA gallery. The Kennedy Foundation Art Prize is an acquisitive prize of $25,000 that best represents this year’s theme of ‘ Beauty‘.
The exhibition is open from the 9th – 25 September 2022.
Winner details to come.
Congratulations to Brianna Fantis, 22 on her OVERALL FIRST PRIZE of $5,000 from the M & M Carbins Trust in the 2022 Youthscape Art Prize.
Brianna Fantis with her award in front of her winning painting.
A list of award percipients can be found
Congratulations to Mirjana Dobson, overall winner of the 13th Solar Art Prize for ‘A Whiter Shade’. Mirjana received a $9000 voucher from
Natural Technology Systems.
Mirjana DOBSON with her winning artwork ‘A Whiter Shade’
A media release listing all the Solar Art Prize winners can be downloaded
Only two days to go to get your entries in for the upcoming 2021 Kennedy Art Prize.
The Kennedy Art Prize is now open for entries. The prize of $25,000 (acquisitive) is offered by the Kennedy Arts Foundation and although based in Adelaide, is open to Australian artists nationwide. It is awarded to works that embody the theme of BEAUTY.
A People’s Choice Award will also be awarded to the audience’s preferred entrant. Voting is conducted during the exhibition and
only the finalists are eligible.
30 July 2021
Entry details are available from the
Kennedy Prize website.
Image: Jaq GRANTFORD,
Tootsie, Just an Old Drag Queen, WINNER OF 2019 KENNEDY ART PRIZE
Entry dates for the 2021 RSASA Portrait prize have been extended until
COB Thursday 6 May. Entry forms are available here.
The winner of the Helpmann Academy Graduates RSASA award is Maiko Pettman from Flinders University.
Maiko sold all her works within a few minutes of opening on preview night and was delighted to win the $1,000 cash prize from RSASA and a 12 month RSASA membership. Congratulations Maiko.
Maiko Pettman with her RSASA award
“I embrace the translucency of porcelain paper clay, illumination and making techniques to create art work that invites us to explore the secret, symbolic world of the forest”.
Call for Entries
$13,000 in art prizes, including an acquisitive first prize of $10,000 from the Kennedy Arts Foundation.
Original 2D and 3D artwork in any medium reflecting the theme ‘Characters and/or Characteristics of the Fleurieu’
sought for this RSASA Characters of the Fleurieu Art Prize
Entries close 4pm ACST 9th June 2020
More details and entry form visit
rsasarts.com.au or email email@example.com