About the 2019 Art Awards
2019 Art Awards
Exploring the theme: Space
The 2019 City of Rockingham Art Awards attracted over 195 artwork entries across seven categories: Youth, Local, 3D, Emerging, Heritage, Indigenous and Open. Eighty nine of those entries were exhibited at the Gary Holland Community Centre and Rockingham Arts Centre from Sunday 5 May–Sunday 19 May 2019.
Winners of each category were announced on Saturday 4 May 2019, with over $20,000 worth of acquisitive and non-acquisitive prizes awarded. Congratulations to the winners and all artists involved. Images of the artworks are available in the gallery below.
Robert Carter Youth Award Winner
- Jacinta Posik - Big Nanna
Local Resident Award Winner
- Nicole Steenhof - Wonder / Deduct
3D Award Winner
- Adam Logie - Personal Space
Emerging Award Winner
- Lorraine Defleur - Structural Space
Heritage Award Winner
- Andy Quilty - Reserve #9 (track to Lake Walyungup)
Indigenous Award Winner
- Joshua Muir - Ocean Explorer
Open Award Winner
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Five of the 2019 Winners (Left to Right) Nicole Steenhof, Jacinta Posik, Adam Logie, Lorraine Defleur and Matthew Wright. Adam Logie, winner of the 3D Category, on stage with judge Jo Darbyshire. Adam Logie's artwork 'Personal Space', 3D Category winner. Andy Quilty's artwork 'Reserve #9 (track to Lake Walyungup)', Heritage Category winner. Jacinta Posik, winner of the Robert Carter Youth Category, posing with her artwork 'Big Nanna'. Joshua Muir's artwork 'Ocean Explorer', Indigenous Category winner. Lorraine Defleur, winner of the Emerging Category, posing with her artwork 'Structural Space'. Nicole Steenhof's artwork, 'Wonder / Deduct', Local Resident Category winner. Matthew Wright, winner of the Open Category, posing with his artwork 'Ply'.