Sponsorship: Watershed Art Prize
From inception in 2009, ICE WaRM has annually sponsored the $5000 first prize of the Watershed Art Prize.
Previous year’s first prize winners:
2016: ‘Storm Approaching’ by Phil Heaton
2015: ‘A Sacred Balance:H20’ by Sum Woon Chow
Friday, 27 April, 2018
“The Night Watch” is the title of Gerhard Ritter’s winning art work in the City of Salisbury, 2018 Watershed Art Prize.
Monday, 24 April, 2017
Winners and shortlisted entries for the prestigious City of Salisbury Watershed Art Prize 2017 will be unveiled at John Harvey Gallery in Adelaide on Friday 28th April.
Tuesday, 24 January, 2017
ICE WaRM (International Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management) is delighted to continue to support the City of Salisbury’s Watershed Art Prize for the ninth year running as Principal Sponsor.
Thursday, 20 February, 2014
An initiative of the City of Salisbury, the Watershed Art Prize encourages awareness of water as a precious resource and significant environmental management issue.
Sunday, 29 July, 2012
Port Adelaide artist Mark Lobart has won the prestigious Watershed Art Prize for 2012.
His winning abstract work, titled Sanctuary, was described as being rich in tone with a lively expression of the richness of water and sunlight.
Tuesday, 1 June, 2010
South Australian artist, Hans Koppan, has won the 2010 Watershed Art Prize, heading a field of 78 entries from across South Australia. His winning entry,Touch Down (pictured), is an oil on canvas piece.
The judging panel included Councillor Jana Isemonger,representing the Mayor of Salisbury Gillian Aldridge, ICE WaRM Chief Executive Richard Hopkins and Russell Starke OAM, Director of Greenhill Galleries.
Monday, 1 June, 2009
Photographer Belinda Jane Blesing (pictured here with ICE WaRM’s Peter Moss, winning entrant seen in top left) from Derby Park in Adelaide has won the $5000 first prize for Digital Media and Photography in the inaugural Watershed Art Prize, announced in Adelaide in April.