Burnie Print Prize 2023 - Entries Open

Published on 20 December 2022


The Burnie Print Prize presents the best works from established, emerging and cross-disciplinary artists. We welcome all artists living and working in Australia to enter a print or an artist’s book created utilising any printing process. Offering a prize pool of $22,000 the winner will take home $16,000 cash.

The Burnie Print Prize was established in 2007 to:

  • Develop the Gallery's print collection
  • Present the best of contemporary printmaking
  • Support artists who work with the print medium
  • Foster innovation in the print medium
  • Promote an appreciation of the fine art of printmaking
  • Recognize and celebrate craftsmanship
  • Explore possibilities of the medium in contemporary practice



  • Milan Milojevic – Artist, printmaker, former Head of Printmaking, Senior Lecturer Printmaking, and Chief Investigator of the Digital Art Research Facility at the Tasmanian School of Art
  • Ashley Bird – Artist, Senior Curator Visual Art and Design at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery 
  • Annika Romeyn - Artist, printmaker, 2021 Burnie Print Prize winner

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