Selected for the 2022 Joondalup Invitation Art Prize

Running for its 24th year, the Invitation Art Prize is a popular and significant event in the City’s cultural calendar and a celebration of WA’s talented professional visual arts community.

The exhibition runs at Westfield Whitford City from Sunday 9 October –  Sunday 23 October 2022 with one selected artist to be awarded the Acquisitive Prize of $25,000 and their work entered into the City’s Art Collection. This year includes the addition of a $500.00 participation fee received by each exhibiting artist.

Sunday 9 October – Sunday 23 October 2022
Westfield Whitford City, Cnr Marmion and Whitfords Avenue, Hillarys

Centre Opening Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9.00am – 5.30pm
Thursday: 9.00am – 9.00pm
Saturday: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Sunday: 11.00am – 5.00pm

The City of Joondalup is proud to present the 30 shortlisted artists exhibiting in the 2022 Invitation Art Prize:

Jack Ball
Bori Benko
Dan Bourke
Emma Buswell
Christophe Canato
Claudia Caporn
Mel Dare
Danielle Freakley
Fiona Gavino
Pascale Giorgi
Luisa Hansal
Brent Harrison
Kirsten Hudson
Christopher Hummel
Afsaneh Khoramshahi
William Leggett
Tim Maley
Leonie Ngahuia Mansbridge
Elisa Markes-Young
Ant Muia

Annette Nykiel
Holly O’Meehan
Sid Pattni
Amy Perejuan-Capone
Andy Quilty
Bruce and Nicole Slatter
Lea Taylor
Sioux Tempestt
Kay Wood


The Artworks:

Culture, ancestry, memories, identity, environment and nature are just a few of the diverse themes explored through the artworks of the 2022 Invitation Art Prize.  This year the artists have worked across a wide array of forms – some of them audaciously unconventional with opportunities for interaction.

The City of Joondalup acknowledges that the Invitation Art Prize exhibition takes place on Whadjuk Noogar Boodja, a region with a rich culture of story-telling and art-making.