Historical information

The Guirguis New Art Prize (GNAP) is a biennial national acquisitive $20,000 contemporary art prize. It is for Australia's contemporary artists with works that explore new ways of artistic expression, utilising existing mediums as well as new technologies. It was initiated and supported by local Ballarat surgeon Mr Mark Guirguis. The art prize is administered by the Federation University Australia (FedUni) and displayed at the Post Office Gallery in Ballarat.

Physical description

.1) Large promotional banner made of maroon synthetic fabric printed with white lettering, hemmed on the long sides and 8 cm wide pockets on the ends. .2) Feather Flag in maroon shiny synthetic fabric printed with white lettering, hemmed and with a black 6.5 cm elastic pocket around the long side.

Inscriptions & markings

Printed with GNAP, Guirguis New Art Prize and the date 11 April - 31 May 2015