Australian Textile Art Award (ATAA)

 

The Australian Textile Art Award is a biennial juried non-acquisitive award of $2000.

 

Entries are now open for the ATAA 2022!

 

Contemporary textile artists, working in any style of media, from across Australia are invited to enter. Full terms and conditions are available HERE and the Entry form may be downloaded HERE.

 

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ATAA 2022: In addition to the $2000 ATAA, sponsored by ArtWear Publications, there are three other non-acquisitive prizes, each of $500 – 

 

  1. Judges’ Highly Commended (Sponsor to be announced)
  2. Best Use of Embroidery (EGV award, sponsored by EGV – at the discretion of the EGV)
  3. Viewers’ Choice (Sponsor to be announced).

 

Important Dates (refer to Terms and Conditions of Entry for relevant time constraints relating to these dates):

31st January 2022:   Closing date for submission of entries
14th February 2022:    Notification of finalists
15th to 21st March 2022:   Delivery of selected artworks to EGV
25th March 2022:   Official opening and the ATAA winner announced
26th March to 10th April 2022:   Exhibition at EGV (10am-4pm weekends included)
10th to 13th April 2022:   Collection of sold/unsold artworks

 

 

Our three judges for ATAA 2022:

 

Lynda Worthington – textile artist and editor of Embellish magazine (a magazine for textile artists, including mixed media) and Vintage Made magazine (a magazine for enthusiasts of all things Vintage and which includes crafts).

 

A representative from the EGV – to be announced.

 

A respected textile art professional – to be announced.

 

(click the red links to see more about our judges)

 

 

 

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(This page’s header is a detail from Paula Martin’s ATAA 2020 winning artwork “A fragment, a moment no. 3”)

 

Our Sponsors for 2022:

 

ArtWear Publications Pty Ltd

Publishers of Australia’s own well respected craft and lifestyle magazines: Embellish, Felt, Yarn, Textile Fibre Forum and Vintage Made.

 

 

The Embroiderers Guild, Victoria

The home of friendly and enthusiastic stitchers of both traditional and modern embroidery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATAA 2020 Results:

 

See the WINNER for 2020 as well as Highly Commended, and Best use of Embroidery: ATAA 2020 winner

 

ATAA 2020 winner: PAULA MARTIN (sponsored by ArtWear Publications)

 

ATAA 2020 judges’ highly commended: KAREN McGREGOR (sponsored by Segue Financial Services)

 

Best Use of Embroidery: Mandy Ginsberg (sponsored by The Embroiderers Guild, Victoria)

 

Due to COVID-19 lockdowns there was no Viewers Choice awarded for ATAA 2020.

 

 

Book of the ATAA 2020 Finalists:

The book showing all finalists’ artworks (including information about each artwork and an artist’s statement), plus information about our judges and some of their artworks may be purchased HERE.