41st Katherine Prize

41st Katherine Prize

Exhibition Date

22 Jul – 10 Sep 2016

Exhibition Type

This annual event encourages Indigenous and non-Indigenous residents of the Northern Territory to develop their art practice and showcase their skill to the region.

The 41st Katherine Prize was judged by Dr Wendy Garden, Curator of Australian Art at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.

We are pleased to announce the winners:

Winner of the $5,000 Brian and Jeanette Lambert Art Award is Pennyrose Wiggins with Roadtrip, painted on a found car bonnet.

Roadtrip by Pennyrose Wiggins
41st Katherine Prize – Brian and Jeanette Lambert Art Award: Roadtrip by Pennyrose Wiggins

Highly commended:
Linda Joy, Maguk
Katherine Bradley, Dingoes

Winner of the $2,000 Dr Peter and Kathleen Short Craft Award is Alan Joshua’s sculpture Ngukurr Crocodile

Ngukurr Crocodile by Alan Joshua
41st Katherine Prize – Dr Peter and Kathleen Short Craft Award: Ngukurr Crocodile by Alan Joshua

Highly commended:
Danny Murphy, Central Dunes
Henry Dupal, Red Centre Crystal Bowl

Godinymayin Youth Award winners:
Winner of the $50 Kindy to Year 5 group is MacFarlane Primary School student Rhiannah Brown with Stormy Day

Highly commended:
Casuarina Street Primary School students Holly Iszlaub, Bird of Paradiseand Cooper Wegman, Strike and Stormy.

Winner of the $100 Year 10 – Year 12 group is Katherine High School student Hayley Lye and her work Elephant at Dawn. 

The winner of the People’s Choice Award will be announced at the end of the exhibition period.

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