Awards & Grants

Deborah Halpern is a highly recognised and respected contemporary artist with an acclaimed national and international reputation in the arts community. She has been honoured with several Awards and Grants throughout her career and continues to push the boundaries and inspire with her work.

Toyota Community Award, Zoos Victoria & City of Melbourne

Highly Commended Award, The Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award, Werribee Park, VIC

ATOM Award for ‘Angel’ film

‘Ophelia’, the sculpture at Southgate – chosen to become the official ‘Face of Melbourne’

Golden Threads Award, Australian Wool Board, Sydney

Sidney Myer, Australia Day Ceramic Award, Shepparton Art Museum

Gold Prize, ‘Double Figure’, Japan Association for International Garden & Greenery Exposition, Osaka Expo

Special Projects Grant, Visual Arts/Craft Board, Australia Council

The Myer Foundation; The Art Foundation, NGV; The Readymix Group

Assistant’s Grant, Craft Board, Australia Council

Bicentennial Grant, National gallery of Victoria & Australian Bicentennial Authority

Crafts Board, Australia Council Grant to work and research in France

Arts and Crafts Society of Victoria’s Fifth Annual Award, Joint Winner

Artist in Residence, Narre Warren North Primary, Artists in Schools Program

Artist in Residence, Croydon Community School, Artists in Schools Program

Professional Development Grant, Crafts Board, Australia Council

Toyota Community Award 2013 Deborah Halpern Mali

Toyota Community Award
Zoos Victoria & City of Melbourne, 2013

Portal Werribee Mansion Deborah Halpern AWARDS

The Helen Lempriere
National Sculpture Award

Werribee Park, VIC, 2005

City of Melbourne Ophelia

Face of Melbourne
Awarded to ‘Ophelia’
Tourism Victoria, 1996

Angel Grant

Bicentennial Grant
National Gallery of Victoria
& Australian Bicentennial Authority, 1987

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