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Finalist

Art for Social Change 2018

Incinerator Gallery

Shane Nicholas is a finalist for the Incinerator Gallery, Art for Social Change Prize 2018 The award will be judged by a panel of industry professionals including Max Delany, Artistic Director and Chief Executive Officer at ACCA. Exhibition Dates: 13 October – 25 November

Peter Redlich Memorial Art

Prize Winner 2017

Shane Nicholas was the grateful recipient of the Peter Redlich Memorial Prize 2017. This prize was awarded for the strength of his Masters exhibtion forming the major part of his examination for Masters of Fine Art (research) at Victorian College of the Arts.
Shane Nicholas

Finalist

Linden Art Prize 2019

Linden New Art

Shane Nicholas was recently announced as a finalist for the Linden Art Prize 2019. The Linden Art Prize is a non-acquisitive contemporary art award established for artists graduating from a Masters or PhD from a Victorian University. The award was established to celebrate excellence and nurture a new generation of artists who have recently completed postgraduate study. The finalist exhibition is on display from 23 February - 28 April 2019 at Linden New Art.
Shane discussing his sculpture with Alex Seton (left) and Jennifer Turpin (right) at Juniper Hall after being announced the winner of the Tom Bass Prize in 2020. Image credit: Tom Bass Prize
Shane Nicholas was recently announced as the winner of the $15,000 Tom Bass Prize for Figurative Sculpture. The Tom Bass Prize is the first national Australian prize for figurative sculpture. This important and prestigious Prize is a celebration of the human form and its influence on today’s sculptors. The prize was judged by three prominent and diverified artists: Ingrid Morley, Alex Seton and Jennifer Turpin.

Winner

$15,000 Tom Bass Prize 2020

NEWS

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Finalist

Art for Social Change 2018

Incinerator Gallery

Shane Nicholas is a finalist for the Incinerator Gallery, Art for Social Change Prize 2018 The award will be judged by a panel of industry professionals including Max Delany, Artistic Director and Chief Executive Officer at ACCA. Exhibition Dates: 13 October – 25 November

Peter Redlich Memorial Art

Prize Winner 2017

Shane Nicholas was the grateful recipient of the Peter Redlich Memorial Prize 2017. This prize was awarded for the strength of his Masters exhibtion forming the major part of his examination for Masters of Fine Art (research) at Victorian College of the Arts.
Shane Nicholas

KINGS ARI

Aberration 2018

14.04. - 05.05.2018

Six cameras competing for dominace 2017
Six cameras competing for dominace 2017 Solo exhibition at KINGS ARI in Melbourne. Link to it here.