Up to $10,000 up for grabs in APS Mullins Conceptual Photographic Prize
The Australian Photographic Society has just put out a callout for entries for the Mullins Conceptual Photography Prize, a competition designed to celebrate and recognise Australia’s best conceptual photographers.
The competition, which is organised annually by the APS, accepts single image entries as well as portfolio-style entries of up to four images.
The overall winner of the competition will take home a cash prize of $8,000. Then, of the APS members who enter, the best entry will be awarded $2,000 in cash. It's also possible that the same person may win both of these awards, meaning the winning entrant would be awarded $10,000 cash.
Sitting on this year’s judging panel are photographic artists Jacqui Dean, Judith Nangala Crispin and Julie Williams.
Rather than just a three week exhibition like previous years, the winning images of the 2021 competition will be showcased during a seven week period through July and August 2021.
Additionally, this year the winning photographs will become part of a regional gallery collection with the exhibition to take place at the Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre.
Entries are set to close at 11pm AEST on April 23, 2021. You can learn more about the competition on the MCPP website here.