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  • Australia Council for the Arts Award

    Anita Hochman was awarded an Australia Council for the Arts, Visual Arts Board, New Work Grant 2007. This grant of $20,000 is to support her project: to create a series of paintings and photographs exploring the transitory nature of the environment.

  • Prizes 2006

    ‘The Bay’ was a finalist in the $35,000 Country Energy Art Prize for Landscape Painting 2006 at Goulburn Regional Gallery and selected to tour to Artspace in Sydney. ‘Marnay-sur-Seine’ II ‘Highly Commended’ at the Border Art Prize 2006, Tweed River Art Gallery.

  • Landscapes, The Depot Gallery 2006

    Anita Hochman LANDSCAPES
    Exhibition Dates  15 August – 26 August 2006
    Opening  Saturday 19 August 2006  4 – 6 pm
    The Depot Gallery  2 Danks Street Waterloo NSW Australia 2017
    Gallery hours:  Tuesday to Saturday 11am – 6pm

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    Tregeagle Landscape II 2006 107cm x 107cm acrylic on linen

    This project was sponsored by the NAVA Visual and Craft Artists’ Grant Scheme, with financial assistance from the Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council and private donations

  • NAVA grant

    Anita was awarded a NAVA (National Association for the Visual Arts) Visual and Craft Artists’ Grant 2006 to support her exhibition ‘Landscapes’ at The Depot Gallery, Sydney in August 06.

  • AusGallery NSW

    Anita has been selected to participate in the Australian Government’s Austrade international art marketing campaign. ‘AusGallery NSW’ is a digital portfolio that will be distributed to arts marketing professionals internationally to promote Australian art to galleries and collectors worldwide.

  • Artist in Residence, France

    In late 2005 Anita was artist in residence at the Centre d’Art Marnay, France and was awarded the Fondation Ténot grant. Her studio in the 17th century chateau overlooked the river Seine on one side and the village of Marnay-sur-Seine on the other.  It was an inspiring environment and she worked alongside artists and writers from all over the world. She created a photographic essay and a large suite of paintings that explore the mirage of changing reflections, patterns and colours on the Seine.

    Centre d'Art Marnay
    Centre d’Art Marnay, Marnay-sur-Seine, France