After successful events in 2014, 2016, and 2018, planning is now under way for the fourth biennial Adelaide Park Lands Art Prize, to be held in 2020.

There is a separate website for the Art Prize, here: http://www.parklandsart.com/  or visit the Park Lands Art Prize Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/parklandsart/

The 2020 Art Prize will be held earlier in the year than it was in 2018. Although dates are still tentative, it is likely that entries will open in August this year and close by February 2020. with the exhibition of finalists expected to be scheduled in April-May 2020. We are also hoping to boost prize money in 2020

We are thrilled to announce that we are able to accept tax deductible donations to support the 2020 Adelaide Parklands Art Prize through The Australian Cultural Fund. If you would like to support the 202 Prize follow this link. https://australianculturalfund.org.au/projects/adelaide-park-lands-art-prize-2020/

The ADELAIDE PARK LANDS are a national treasure with enduring benefits for the community which far too many of us take for granted. To draw attention to the Park Lands and their unique environmental, heritage and recreational value, the Adelaide Park Lands Preservation Association (APPA) founded the biennial Adelaide Park Lands Art Prize in 2014.

$20,000 first prize winner of the 2018 Park Lands Art Prize - Christopher Meadows  "Spheres and Reflections"  - oil on canvas

$20,000 first prize winner of the 2018 Park Lands Art Prize - Christopher Meadows "Spheres and Reflections" - oil on canvas

In 2018, the winner of the $2,000 youth artist category was 19-year-old Darcy Lewis for "A Rise in Adelaide’s Eastern Suburbs

The ten highly commended prizewinners ($1,000 each) were:

You can browse all 74 finalists here:  https://www.parklandsart.com/category/finalists-artworks/

For more details, visit  http://www.parklandsart.com/  or visit the Park Lands Art Prize Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/parklandsart/