Presented by the National Art School, the biennial prize explores the enduring importance of drawing within contemporary art practice.
The Dobell Drawing Prize is an unparalleled celebration of drawing technique and innovation. Presented by the National Art School in partnership with the Sir William Dobell Art Foundation, the biennial prize explores the enduring importance of drawing within contemporary art practice.
These works from the 2021 Prize, including Euan Macleod’s winning piece chosen by guest judge and acclaimed artist Lucy Culliton, showcase art by 44 finalists from around the country, demonstrating the vitality and scope of current Australian drawing.
Art After Dark with Artist Talk: Friday 25 March, from 4pm
Enjoy street entertainment, food, stalls and more at My Moree by the Monlight Street Festival, before exploring the Dobell Drawing Prize #22 at BAMM and hearing from 2021 Winning Artist Euan Macleod.
Exhibition runs: Sat 19 February – Sat 9 April
Exhibition Entry: Adults $5, Under 18s free
Image: Yvonne East, Concerns with representation of the beloved, Austen age 14, 2020, charcoal on canvas, 74 x 85 cm, image courtesy and © the artist