by James King
Overall winner, 2003 Waterhouse Art Prize
by Chris Stubbs
Overall winner, 2004 Waterhouse Art Prize
by Michael McWilliams
Overall winner, 2005 Waterhouse Art Prize
by John Nelson
Overall winner, 2006 Waterhouse Art Prize
by Heather Marsh
Overall winner, 2007 Waterhouse Art Prize
by Michael McWilliams
Overall winner, 2008 Waterhouse Art Prize
by Matilda Michell
Overall winner, 2009 Waterhouse Art Prize
by Nikki Main
Overall winner, 2010 Waterhouse Art Prize
by Julie Blyfield
Overall winner, 2011 Waterhouse Art Prize
by Margaret Loy Pula
Overall winner, 2012 Waterhouse Art Prize
by Judith Brown
Overall winner, 2013 Waterhouse Art Prize
by Carole King
Overall winner, 2014 Waterhouse Art Prize
The inaugural Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize competition was held in 2003 and over the years the competition has become a much loved fixture on the arts calendar, allowing artists and audiences to explore natural science through a range of creative outlets.
In early 2015 the South Australian Museum embarked on a review of the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize to ensure its success in future years.
The review included a survey for artists, arts sector experts, visitors and other stakeholders and an internal audit. The Museum has paid close attention to the findings to develop an ongoing, high impact and sustainable future prize program.
Changes to the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize
From 2016 changes to the program will be as follows:
Entries to the 2016 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize will open in January 2016, and the Museum anticipates that guidelines for those wishing to enter will be available from this website in October 2015. Works that would previously have qualified for the competition will qualify for the 2016 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize.
The Waterhouse has contributed in excess of $1.3M to the arts community and the South Australian Museum remains deeply committed to supporting the Waterhouse prize and allowing it to evolve in ways that ensure it remains relevant and continues to support artists.
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