ZineWest 2022 Art Publication List

We thank all the art entrants for their range of talented and imaginative work. We wish we had space for more than those listed below. We also thank our Art judge, Hayley Megan French, Curator and Artist Development, Parramatta Artists Studios who sees all the entries and nominates the listed works and the prizes. Prizes will be announced at the October Launch.
 
ZINEWEST 2022 ART LIST 
 
Sandra Borri: Thought Patterns and Falling Apart
 
Mihaela Cristescu: Axis Mundi
 
Erin Macnaught: For the Love of Pizza and Reading on the Train
 

Kathryn Munro:  Eucalyptus Dream and Meandering City

Karla Schindler: The Rainbow Duck and Curious Cat

Michaela Simoni: Lake in the Afternoon

Dannielle Viera: Sanctuary and Freedom

ZineWest 2021 Awards

Thanks to all the contributors who created the 15th edition of ZineWest. Copies available at our shop. If you have a piece published in ZW21, select a product that includes your free copy.

Awards announced at the Zoom launch, 16th October: 

ART – Judge Elizabeth Chang, Curator and Artist Development, Parramatta Artists Studios

BEST IMAGE AWARD: SANDRA BORRI for Galah
RUNNER-UP: ERIN MACNAUGHT for Hands #1

WRITING – Judge Luke Carman, author and lecturer, Writing and Society Research Centre WSU

FIRST Place and Best Prose: CHRISTOPHER SAMMUT for Breathe
SECOND place and Best Poem: PETER CARTWRIGHT for The Time
THIRD place GENEVA VALEK for The Rat (prose)

HIGHLY COMMENDED –
MYRA KOCH for Piano for Sale (prose)
NORM FAIRBAIRN for On the Lake (poem)
JO MULARCZYK for Lies of Love (prose)

EDITORS’ AWARD
PETE SHMIGEL for Geronimo’s Daybreak

Image: Christopher Sammut



ZineWest 21 Art

Liz Chang is our art judge for ZineWest! Your entries are due 11th July, 2021. ZW21ArtEntryForm
We love artworks in our annual ZineWest publication and look forward to your entries.

You are eligible if 16 years and over with a strong connection to Western Sydney.
Best Image $100 plus book awards
More details see ZineWest page

 

Liz Chang is Curator and Artist Development at Parramatta Artists’ Studios (PAS) and has years of experience working in Western Sydney. She specialises in commissioning new works for unconventional exhibition spaces and developing meaningful engagement programs for artists and communities. Notable projects include the inaugural Movers and Makers and permanent public art projects in Shanghai, Shenzhen and Chengdu, China.

She was previously Curator at Urban Art Projects, Shanghai; Programs Officer at PAS and worked at the Art Gallery of New South Wales and Lindy Lee Studio.