2020 Art Prize Winners
‘ROAD TRIP AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL’
Alice Coates (Master of Environment)
Ink and pencil illustration
I moved alone to Australia to study so my friends and housemates have very much become extensions of my family here, especially through COVID-19. We’re (poorly) planning a haphazard road trip the second we’re allowed to cross state borders and my hope is the trip goes something like this.
2020 Art Prize Exhibition
You can view all entries in our catalogue here. Pieces available for sale are marked in the catalogue.
The GSA Art Prize is an annual event as part of our Engaged and Healthy Communities mandate. This event champions creativity and reflects the diversity of students’ interests outside their area of study.
2020 has been a year like no other, and it is the first time the Art Prize has been held virtually. The theme of the competition this year is: Travel – what sparks your wanderlust? Where have you been? Where do you want to go? We can travel to places real or imaginary.
Due to COVID-9 restrictions, this is the first year GSA has run the annual Art Prize virtually. This year’s entries showcase how students creatively connect with their own world.