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Art Handlers' Award

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Art Handlers' Award DPP 2022
Video: 3 minutes 38

The Art Handlers' Award for 2022 went to Weight of the Mind's Periapt, 2021 by Jane Allan.

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Virtual Highlights Tour

People in the portraits

12:30pm, Tue 28 Jun

Join us from wherever you are for a close look at a few of the stunning portraits in the brand new exhibition, Darling Portrait Prize 2022.

Darling Portrait Prize 2022
Darling Portrait Prize 2022
Darling Portrait Prize 2022
Darling Portrait Prize 2022

Darling Portrait Prize 2022

Current exhibition

from Saturday 25 June

The Darling Portrait Prize is a national prize for Australian portrait painting honouring the legacy of Mr L Gordon Darling AC CMG (1921-2015). The winner receives a cash prize of $75,000.

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