Finalists for the 2019 Megalo Print Prize – Canberra

In Events/Exhibitions February 23, 2019

Above: Robert Hague, Colossus (after Goya) 2017, hand coloured-lithograph on cotton rag paper, edition 25, 70 x 70 cm

Congratulations to all our finalists in the inaugural Megalo International Print Prize;

Dianne Fogwell

David Frazer

Robert Hague

Kyoko Imazu

Glenda Orr

In its inaugural year, the 2019 Megalo International Print Prize attracted over 367 entries from 246 artists from 31 different countries around the world. The prize will be judged by Dr Jane Kinsman, Head of International Art, including Prints, Drawings + Illustrated Books, at the National Gallery of Australia; Basil Hall, Master printer and the founder and Director of Basil Hall Editions; and Ingeborg Hansen printmaker and the Director of Megalo Print Studio + Gallery.

Award categories: 

1st Prize $10,000

2nd Prize $5,000

Lerida Estate Acquisitive Award $2,500

+ People’s Choice Award $1,000

The Award recipients will be announced at the ‘Megala’ exhibition reception

Friday 15 March 2019


Exhibition Opening – Friday 21 February 6pm

Exhibition of finalists runs from 16 February – 6 April 2019


Megalo Print Studio + Gallery

21 Wentworth Ave,

Kingston ACT 2604

To view all finalists in this years award click here.


Dianne Fogwell, Pollen Musica Continuum – infinite completed (2018), linocut, perforation, unique edition – artists’ book, 41 x 39 x 5 cm (closed book)


Kyoko Imazu, Beetle Spotting (2018), etching and aquatint, edition 25, 73 x 54 cm

The Tangled Wood (composition 1) 2018 etching 80x120cm

David Frazer, The Tangled Wood (2018), etching, edition 40, 80 x 120 cm


Glenda Orr, Offsetting (2017), etching, aquatint and spit bite, edition 15,118 x 132 cm