Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture 2005 will be non-acquisitive and open to Victorian residents.

The following categories are the two main awards for the winner.

International Travel Award
Melbourne Sister City International Travel Scholarship $30,000 supported by City of Melbourne to fund international travel. The winner will be able to choose their itinerary, except for a requirement to undertake a planned cultural program in the City of Milan, arranged as part of Melbourne’s Sister city relationship with the City of Melbourne.


Cash Award
$30,000 cash supported by Tattersall’s ($10,000) and Melbourne Prize Fund ($20,000).

Additional awards available for short-listed entries to the Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture 2005.

Development Award

3-month ‘Artist in Residence’ position at the Department of Sculpture & Spacial Practice at Victorian College of the Arts, plus cash prize of $6,000. Sponsored by Victorian College of the Arts (Artist in Residence) and Australian Art Resources ($6,000 cash prize).


Fabrication Award
Valued at $10,000 and sponsored by Fundere Fine Art Foundry Melbourne. The winner will have a work of their choice fabricated to the value of the award in bronze, or alternative material. The artist will retain possession and copyright of the fabricated work.

Civic Choice Award
$3,000 cash prize awarded by the visiting public during a public exhibition at Federation Square of short-listed entrants to the Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture 2005. Supported by the Melbourne Prize Fund from the proceeds of the sales of miniatures of The Magic Pudding sculpture.

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