The annual Environmental Art & Design Prize showcases innovative and thought-provoking works that explore the theme of the environment, with an aim to inspire action toward a sustainable future.

Open to artists and designers of all levels and backgrounds from across Australia, including young people aged 7 to 18 years, this year’s prize money has increased. The visual arts and design winners will each receive an impressive $20,000, and the People’s Choice and the young artist / designer winners will receive $3,000 across the category and venues.

The 2024 judges are renowned experts in their field, fashion designer Genevieve Smart (Ginger & Smart), industrial designer Trent Jansen and visual artist Khaled Sabsabi. 

$46,000 prize pool

  • $20,000: Art 
  • $20,000: Design 
  • $3,000: Young 
  • $3,000: People’s Choice

Prize winners will be announced on Thursday 1 August at 6.30pm at Manly Art Gallery & Museum. 

Exhibition

The finalists will exhibit their work from Fri 2 to Sun 25 August across the Northern Beaches at the following locations from Tue-Sun, 10am-5pm:

  • Manly Art Gallery & Museum, West Esplanade Reserve, Manly
  • Curl Curl Creative Space, 105 Abbott Road, North Curl Curl
  • Mona Vale Creative Space Gallery, Level 1, Civic Centre, 1 Park Street, Mona Vale
     

Events

Launch 2024 Environmental Art & Design Prize1 August 2024 RSVP
Members & Volunteers’ Preview2 August 2024 RSVP
Meet the Designers3 August 2024 RSVP
Meet the Artists10 August 2024 RSVP
Collective Action: CEAD Panel Discussion15 August 2024 RSVP
Meet the Young Artists/Designers17 August 2024 RSVP

 

2024 Finalists

Find out who the finalists 2024 Northern Beaches Environmental Art & Design Prize.

Artwork in the middle of field saying 'This land is mine'

2024 Judges

Meet the 2024 judges - Khaled Sabsabi, Genevieve Smart and Trent Jansen

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2024 Sponsors

Thank you to the 2024 Northern Beaches Environmental Art and Design Prize Sponsors.

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2023 Prize

The Environmental Art and Design Prize presents an opportunity annually for the Australian community to engage with the unique insights...

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2022 Prize

In 2022, the Environmental Art & Design Prize exhibition displayed works by 212 finalists across nine categories, shining a light on renewal, regeneration and our shared human experience in the world.

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2021 Prize

In 2021, the inaugural Environmental Art & Design Prize exhibition displayed works by over 220 finalists across nine categories.

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