Finalists for Walkley-Pascall, arts journalism awards announced
The Walkley Foundation has announced the finalists for the 2018 Walkley-Pascall Award for arts criticism and for the Arts Journalism Award.
The finalists for the Walkley-Pascall Award for arts criticism are:
- Richard Cooke for ‘The Crankhandle of History’ (The Monthly)
- Jason Di Rosso for ‘Terror Nullius review: Controversial Australian film offers a radical critique of the nation’ (ABC News online)
- Delia Falconer for ‘The Opposite of Glamour’ (Sydney Review of Books).
The finalists for the Arts Journalism Award are:
- Kate Blackmore for ‘The Movement: Thomas Bradley’, ‘The Movement: Ghenoa Gela’ and ‘The Movement: Amrita Hepi’ (ABC Arts iview)
- Gabriella Coslovich for Whiteley on Trial (MUP)
- Rosemary Neill for ‘Restoring Albert Namatjira’s legacy—righting past wrongs’ (The Weekend Australian).
In addition, Melbourne-based writer and comics artist Eloise Grills is nominated in the ‘Visual storytelling’ category for her illustrated book review ‘Articulating the Inarticulable: A review of Alice Chipkin and Jessica Tavassoli’s Eyes Too Dry: A Graphic Memoir about Heavy Feelings’, published by the Lifted Brow online.
The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in Sydney on 18 July.
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