Angus Fisher – Finalist in Environmental Art and Design Prize 2021

In News July 23, 2021

Image above: Angus Fisher  Marajo  2020  ink pen and watercolour on paper  55 x 75 cm

Australian Galleries is excited to announce that Angus Fisher’s work Marajo is a finalist in the 2021 Environmental Art & Design Prize.

The Environmental Art and Design Prize celebrates contemporary arts practices that are socially engaged, environmentally aware and seek to enrich and contribute to positive change through a creative approach.

The 2021 Environmental Art & Design Prize invites audiences to explore the diverse ways artists and designers have interpreted our unique Australian landscape, responded to issues impacting us and contributed to a positive future.

This year there are over 220 finalists across nine categories whose works shine a light on renewal, regeneration and our shared human experience in the world.

Winners from each category will be awarded by the 2021 judges: artist Euan Macleod; artist, designer and curator Liane Rossler; and CEO and Artistic Director of the Australian Design Centre, Lisa Cahill.


Manly Art Gallery, Creative Space North Curl Curl, and Mona Vale Pop Up Gallery, Sydney
The 2021 Environmental Art & Design Prize has been postponed. Revised dates will be announced when NSW Government Health Orders and restrictions allow for the Prize to be held safely.

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