The inaugural Hindmarsh Prize aims to recognize excellence and promote the appreciation of the world-class artists working in glass who live and practice in the ACT and region.
Artists: Annette Blair, Ben Edols and Kathy Elliott, Brian Corr, Hannah Gason, Itzell Tazzyman, Jenni Kemarre Martiniello, John White, Judi Elliott, Julie Ryder, Kirstie Rea, Lisa Cahill, Marina Hanser, Masahiro Asaka, Matthew Curtis, Mel Douglas, Nadege Desgenetez, Richard Whiteley, Ruth Oliphant.
Curator: Aimee Frodsham
Judging Panel: Dr Gerard Vaughan AM, Director, National Gallery of Australia; Julie Ewington, Independent writer and curator, Sydney; Eva Czernis-Ryl, Curator Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences; Magda Keaney, former Canberra Glassworks Artistic Director and now Senior Curator, Photographs, Film and Sound, Australian War Memorial; Ewan McEoin, The Hugh Williamson Senior Curator of Contemporary Design and Architecture, National Gallery of Victoria.
28 July – 4 September 2016
Artist gallery floor talks
2pm, 30 July 2016
- Jenni Martiniello
- John White
- Julie Ryder
Works from Canberra Glassworks and the Parliament House Art Collection
Reflections, works from Canberra Glassworks and the Parliament House Art Collection, features nine internationally renowned glass artists who have created works that respond to the art, architecture and landscape of Parliament House.
Annette Blair, Lisa Cahill, Mel Douglas, Hannah Gason, Jeremy Lepisto, Ruth Oliphant, Emilie Patteson, Kirstie Rea and Harriet Schwarzrock
22 June to 11 September 2016
Presiding Officers’ Exhibition Area
Australian Parliament House