Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize

The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize commemorates the birth of the South Australian Museum’s first curator, Frederick George Waterhouse. The biennial prize is an opportunity for artists to investigate the world around them and present their perspectives on natural science. It encourages artists to make a statement about the scientific issues facing our planet, and offers a valuable platform for them to contribute to the environmental debate. Over the years the competition has become a much loved fixture on the arts calendar, allowing artists and audiences to explore natural science through a range of creative outlets.

The exhibition comprises finalist entries as selected by internationally recognised judges and is a compelling display of science seen through the eyes of internationally celebrated artists.

Tickets available soon.

About the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize exhibition

Artists investigate the world around them and present their perspectives through this prize, and ensuing exhibition.

The exhibition comprises finalist entries as selected by internationally recognised judges and is a compelling display of science seen through the eyes of internationally celebrated artists.

Tickets available soon.