The Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize was established by Sydney-based Redlands school in 1996. From humble beginnings, the Prize has evolved to today attract national and international interest.
Each year a guest curator is chosen to invite 22 established artists to participate, and each of these artists have the opportunity to select an emerging artist to submit work. This unique approach aims to foster mentoring relationships between older and younger generations of practicing visual artists.
The Redlands Art Prize has a rich history with some of Australia and New Zealand’s most acclaimed artists, including Tim Maguire and Tim Storrier, having submitted artworks in previous years.
As major sponsor, Konica Minolta provides $25,000 for the winner.
More information: Visit the Redlands website or read our News stories about the Art Prize.
Konica Minolta has proudly supported ACT cricket since 1995. Our association with Cricket ACT has evolved over the years into what is known today as the Konica Minolta Twenty20 (or T20) Cup.
The competition model is unlike any other regional cricket competition in Australia.
Expanding the contest to include teams from regions outside of the city and beyond state borders has allowed promising young players from country towns to develop their career. Schools have also benefitted from the development of regional teams as local hubs of coaching expertise and resources.
The Konica Minolta T20 Cup competition has played an important part in the development of a large number of players through their younger years who have gone on to professional contracts with State Cricket Clubs, the Big Bash and even onto selection in the Australian Team. Well-known names include Australian cricketers, Brad Haddin and Nathan Lyon.
The Konica Minolta T20 Cup competition in played from October to December each year, with the finals played at Manuka Oval in January.
More information: Visit the Cricket ACT website or read our News stories.
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