The 29th Hatched 2020 National Graduate Show brings together 24 emerging artists from across the country, offering new perspectives and understandings of contemporary practice, politics and experiences of a new generation of Australian artists.
Originally scheduled to open in May, Hatched 2020 will open on July 10th and run until 18th October.
The work of 24 recent visual arts graduates from every State and Territory will take over the PICA galleries for Hatched: The National Graduate Show 2020. An enduring institution and a key event in PICA’s ongoing commitment to supporting the careers of Australia’s most promising emerging artists, Hatched features the work of freshly graduated artists from across the country.
From questions of identity, political protest, and media consumption, the innovative and exciting range of practices presented in Hatched tell the story of contemporary Australian culture whilst showcasing the future directions of arts practice.
For the eleventh consecutive year the Dr Harold Schenberg Art Fellowship of $50,000, now the most generous prize of its kind in Australia, will be awarded to one exceptional artist during the opening night party.
Ohni Blu (NSW) L.A.K.R.M. Bruce (NSW) Ella Callander (QLD) Olivia Davies (VIC) Saleheh Gholami (WA) Rory Gillen (ACT) Alexandra Hobba (VIC) Emma Rani Hodges (ACT) Annie Huang (WA) Emma Hutton (QLD) Alexandra Joscher (NSW) Nina Juniper (WA) Daniel Kristjansson (WA) Luci Lee (NT) Patrick McDavitt (NSW) Brooke Mitchell (SA) Philip Sulidae (TAS) Jody Rallah (QLD) Siahne Rogers (WA) Rachel AV Sherwood (NSW) Tina Stefanou (VIC) Truc Truong (SA) Michelle Vine (QLD) and Keemon Williams (QLD)