Archie at Home
The Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes 2021 Virtual Tour
Art Gallery of NSW – on now
Stay connected to art with Archie at Home. While our doors are closed we are bringing you ways to learn, be inspired and get creative at home and online. With Archie at Home you can explore the faces, stories and voices of the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes 2021 and Archie 100 exhibitions.
Discover the rich history of one of Australia’s most prestigious and beloved art prizes and judge this year’s finalists for yourself.
360-degree immersive experience of the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes 2021 that can be accessed anywhere, anytime.
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Archibald Finalists 2021
Meet the 2021 finalists and the winners of the Archibald and Packing Room prizes.
Finding the Archibald
Art lover and acclaimed actor Rachel Griffiths presents a three-part documentary series for ABC-TV on the centenary of the prize.
A century of the Archibald Prize
Explore portraits from 100 years of the Archibald Prize, and discover the power of portraiture to illuminate our collective humanity.
Mac Silva: the music behind the man
Robert Campbell Junior’s vivid portrait of fellow Dunghutti/Ngaku man Malcolm ‘Mac’ Silva from the 1989 Archibald Prize has caught the eye of many visitors to the exhibition Archie 100: A Century of the Archibald Prize.
But one member of the public, Adrian Nelson, paid closer attention than most and decided to investigate the song titles that appear behind Silva, who was the drummer and lead singer of bands Silva Linings and Black Lace.
After Nelson got in touch with us, we put together this selection of videos, starting with two of Silva’s own recordings.
Young Archie Competition 2021
Meet this year’s winners, finalists and honourable mentions.
Entries: more than 2100 (40 selected as finalists + 20 honourable mentions)
Guest judge: artist Ramesh Nithiyendran
Sponsors: Presenting partner ANZ, S&S Creative
The ten finalists from each age category are displayed at the Art Gallery of NSW from 5 June to 26 September 2021 and the honourable mentions at the SH Ervin Gallery.