Eliane Touma wins CLIP Student Award

Eliane Touma, 'I knew war time has come because gardening was over,' (still) Composition II, Single-channel video, 2.35, 1 min 30 seconds.
Thursday 29 September 2022

Congratulations to Eliane Touma, who has been awarded the Contemporary Landscapes In Photography (CLIP) student award. 

The CLIP Award is the Perth Centre for Photography’s biennial award for contemporary urban, natural, and conceptual landscape photography. CLIP celebrates new Australian and international photography, that exemplifies excellence and intrigue. Selected works will be critically engaging, innovative, and reflective of global, cultural, social, and environmental issues.

Any artworks that incorporate the photographic medium are accepted. This includes traditional and non-traditional forms of photography.

CLIP Award Prizes
First Prize – $3000, Student Prize, $1000, Judges Commendation $500

Eliane Touma is a Higher Degree by Research Candidate at the ANU School of Art & Design.

Read more about the Prize here.

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