National Works on Paper
The Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery’s National Works on Paper (NWOP) was established in 1998 and incorporated the former Spring Festival of Drawing and Prints Acquisitive which began in 1973 and 1974.
With a long and rich history, NWOP attracts leading contemporary artists from across Australia working in the fields of drawing, printmaking, digital prints and paper sculpture.
NWOP supports and promotes Australian artists working on or with paper.
Recent winners of the National Works on Paper include Annika Romeyn, James Tylor & Laura Wills, Daniel O'Shane, Jess Johnson, Laith McGregor, Richard Lewer, Danie Mellor, Gareth Sansom, Paul Boston, Lisa Roet and eX de Medici.
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2022 National Works on Paper, up to $60,000 acquisitions and awards
Entries open: 13 January
Entries close: 11.59pm, Friday 8 April 2022
Finalists announced: Wednesday 4 May 2022
2022 National Works on Paper judges:
• Clothilde Bullen, Head of Indigenous Programs and Initiatives and Curator of Indigenous Art, AGWA
• Max Delany, Artistic Director and CEO, ACCA
• Jenna Lee, artist, NWOP finalist 2020
• Danny Lacy, Gallery Director, MPRG
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Image: Winners of 2018 NWOP James Tylor and Laura Wills
Past National Works on Paper catalogues