Entry Guidelines & Information
The Entry Form provides all the information required to enter the Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture 2023, valued at $60,000.
An entry fee of $45 (including GST) is required for entry.
For assistance or information regarding entering the Prize, please call the Melbourne Prize Trust on (03) 9667 8199.
BEFORE COMPLETING AN ENTRY, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAREFULLY.
- The online Entry Form will close at 5pm sharp on 3 July. Late entries will NOT be accepted.
- Individual sculptors and all group entrants must be an Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident, and resident of the State of Victoria.
- The criteria for the Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture 2023 is outlined on the website and in the entry form.
- Work submitted in an entry must be the original work of the entrant.
- Entry can be made by an individual artist or by nomination by an agent or other.
- Entrants must demonstrate a professional career as a sculptor/artist.
- Four finalists will be selected by the judging panel and announced on September 5th, only one of which can be selected as the winner. The remaining finalists will receive $1,000 plus a $1,000 Qantas voucher.
- The Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture 2023 prize funds will be made available only to the winner, who is advised to seek professional advice regarding their GST or other tax obligations concerning their winnings.
- The Trust can request further material or information from an entrant or nominator.
General entry considerations
- By completing the Declaration in the Entry Form, entrants warrant that they will comply with the guidelines of the Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture 2023.
- If any part of the entry process has not been adhered to, the Melbourne Prize Trust reserves the right to reject or not accept an entry.
- All entries will be handled in accordance with current privacy legislation in a secured online environment and only be seen by the judging panel.
- The Melbourne Prize Trust, with the permission of the entrant or nominator, may request the use of the finalist’s entry material for media, promotions or exhibiting during the competition period.
- A procedure will be in place to handle any conflict of interest should it arise during the judging process. No conflicts of interest by an entrant is permitted.
- Copyright of entered work remains with the entrant.
- The entrant or nominator must ensure that they have all copyright permissions and any other relevant authorisations relating to an application before entering.
- Entrants in all categories warrant they do not violate copyright of or any other right in relation to the work of another and will not defame any individual or group.
Conflict of interest
- Where there is a conflict of interest, eligibility issue or an information request that has not been complied with, or is such other circumstance as the judges determine in the judging process, the Trust reserve the right to reject or not accept an entry or allocate the Prize or Awards. The entrant will be notified prior to the announcement of finalists and the entry material returned.