Walkley-Pascall, Arts Journalism awards finalists announced
The Walkley Foundation has announced the finalists for the Walkley-Pascall Award for arts criticism and the new Arts Journalism Award.
Walkley-Pascall Award for arts criticism
- Delia Falconer for ‘Out of the Woods’ (the Australian)
- Kate Hennessy for ‘The Drover’s Wife review—plot twist leaves Australian classic spinning on its axis’ (the Guardian)
- Roslyn Jolly for ‘Monster or Mohican’ (Sydney Review of Books)
Arts Journalism Award
- John Kelly for ‘Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery and its 33-year winning streak of artists at the Venice Biennale’ (Daily Review)
- John Shand for ‘Meaning It: Truth, Trump Universality and Cultural Amnesia’ (Sydney Morning Herald)
- Virginia Trioli and Gus Goswell for ‘The Dark Imaginings of Bill Henson’ (ABC).
As previously reported by Books+Publishing, in May the Walkley Foundation announced it will administer the Pascall Prize for arts criticism, which was previously administered by the Geraldine Pascall Foundation and was last awarded in 2014.
The winners will be announced at the Walkley mid-year awards in Sydney on 26 July.
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