This year's Stencil Art Prize is well underway, with entries in and the selection process underway, aMBUSH Gallery and Central Park, “The Living Mall”, proudly invite you to join us for the world’s largest stencil event which will showcase 92 finalists from 21 countries. Exhibiting artworks can be viewed online (http://www.stencilartprize.com/shop/) or in person at aMBUSH Gallery from the 17th through till the 30th of October, open from 12-8pm daily.
The winner of the highly regarded Stencil Art Prize will be announced on the night, and take home a huge $3000 cash courtesy of Royal Doulton. Guests are invited to enjoy complimentary nibbles and drinks courtesy of Cobs Popcorn, Bilpin Cider, First Pour Wines and Pistonhead Lager.
The Exhibition features an incredible selection of stencil artworks on canvases, reclaimed and found objects including beer tins, surfboards, skateboards, collaged imagery, sculptural stencils, stencils that make audio noise and delicate materials such as paper. This exhibition showcases nearly every stencil making method on the planet, including hand-cut stencil arrangements, screen-printing, and technologically assisted productions.
Free Public Events
Stencil Art Prize Forum - Saturday 17 October, 2pm
Since the turn of the millennium, we have witnessed the rise of stencil art as a movement, a medium, and a way to further engage the wider community in the discussion of art. In partnership with the Stencil Art Prize 2015, artists Joshua Smith, Michael Duncan, Trina Collins and Boo will discuss the rise of the stencil art phenomenon, hosted by art consultant Ariana Leane.
Topics that will be touched on include the definition of 'stencil art', the use of technology by stencil artists in the creation of their work, the Australian identity of the genre, and where we see it heading in the future. The forum will be followed by a Q&A with the public. This session is free. RSVP is compulsory to email@example.comAudio Description Tour - Saturday 24 October, 2pm
A free Audio Described tour is to be held for people with a visual or cognitive disability. It will be presented by Linda Arnull, who has been an Audio Describer since the service was launched at the Sydney Olympic Arts Festival in 2000. The Tour will take approximately 1 hour, but please leave additional time for informal discussions with Linda after the tour. RSVP is compulsory to firstname.lastname@example.org