The digital exhibition of the Black Swan Prize for Portraiture showcases, promotes and awards Australia’s finest portraiture artists.

As one of the richest portraiture prizes in Australia it attracts artworks of the highest calibre.
Established in 2007 by ARTrinsic Inc., the Black Swan Prize for Portraiture is the third richest prize in Australia, behind the Archibald and Moran competitions. For founder and Executive Director Tina Wilson, the journey to create the Prize was built on a simple premise: to create an opportunity for Western Australian artists and audiences to participate in a major cultural event that would equal those offered by the eastern states.

The exhibition Black Swan Prize for Portraiture runs 8 October - 31 October at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. The digital exhibion screens October through November 12 on the Perth Cultural Centre Screen.

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Perth Cultural Centre Screen

James Street Amphitheatre, James Street, Northbridge

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