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KATE BAKER HAS BEEN AWARDED THE 2018 HINDMARSH PRIZE AT THE CANBERRA GLASSWORKS.

The 10,000 dollar prize is in its third year and was judged by Nick Mitzevich, Director, National Gallery of Australia; Aimee Frodsham, Artistic Director, Canberra Glassworks & Eva Czernis-Ry, Curator, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences.

Posted 22 September 2018

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Held in the Fitters Workshop adjacent to Canberra Glassworks, the exhibition of shortlisted works for the inaugural Hindmarsh Prize in 2016 exposed a captive audience to the world-class contemporary glass from around Canberra and the region.

Initiated by arts patron, Mr John Hindmarsh AM and in partnership with Canberra Glassworks, the Hindmarsh Prize has instantly become a much valued, generous and creative contribution to the artists’ local calendar.
"As part of its commitment to the cultural diversity of the ACT, Hindmarsh places great value in fostering its vibrant local arts community, with the ambition of widening its scope and level of interest throughout the region," says John Hindmarsh. "To that end, Hindmarsh is delighted to be supporting Canberra Glassworks and the variety of talented artists associated with the organisation, many of whom have produced outstanding works of not only national, but international renown."

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“As an artist, exhibition opportunities such as this are important for our practices and offer exposure of our work to new and wider audiences,” said Kirstie Rea, one of the shortlisted artists for the 2016 and 2017 prizes. “I was honoured … to have my work exhibited alongside my peers and to subsequently have my work purchased by John Hindmarsh.’
Masahiro Asaka won the inaugural Hindmarsh Prize in 2016 for his work Surge 19, which was subsequently acquired by the Cultural Facilities Corporation, ACT Government. The 2017 Hindmarsh Prize was won by Scott Chaseling for his work Adrift.
 
Kate Baker
Kate is a Sydney based artist who is currently studying her PhD at the Australian National University in Glass. 
 
The Hindmarsh prize was Initiated by arts patron, Mr John Hindmarsh AM in partnership with Canberra Glasswork
 
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