PICA Hatched Night School
This year, PICA will replace the usual Opening Night Party with a rousing finale to Hatched: National Graduate Show 2020. Night School is a special free event that will celebrate the value of arts and humanities education. Prepare yourself for an evening of entertainment with a few surprises, as well as the long-awaited announcement of the Schenberg Art Fellowship, a $50,000 prize awarded to one Hatched artist.
The Schenberg Art Fellowship will be judged by an all-local line-up including PICA Director, Amy Barrett-Lennard, and Chief Cultural Officer, University of Australia, Ted Snell and and Chief Executive Officer at Aboriginal Art Centre Hub WA, Chad Creighton. The largest award for emerging artists in the country, the Schenberg Art Fellowship allows one Hatched artist to pursue their career, take risks, and invest in their future.
Get ready for an uplifting evening of politics and partying as we celebrate the achievements of this year’s Hatched: National Graduate Show exhibiting artists and remind ourselves of what we love about the arts
Music curated by West Australian Music (WAM).