What is KRAP?

KRAP stands for Kundabung Regional Art Prize

Now entering its seventh year, KRAP (Kundabung Regional Art Prize) is one of the region's fastest growing art competitions. The winner of the art competition is decided by the general public not by art judges. Each person visiting on the day is given one vote to choose which item they like the best. At the end of the day the votes are counted and the winner announced.

As well as the Art Prize you will also find a Sausage Sizzle, a very popular Art Cafe (Kundabung Hall fundraiser) and lots of Market Stalls.

KRAP 2013

How did KRAP start?

Click KRAP About to read more on the origins of KRAP.

Who can enter the Art Prize?

Anyone from the region (Macleay/Hastings) can enter KRAP It does not matter what skill level you have or what form of art you create. KRAP accepts paintings, drawings, photography, textiles, sculpture etc. etc. Remember the prize is awarded via peoples’ choice votes, so if people visiting on the day like your work then you can be in the running to win.

Can I sell the art work I enter?


Make sure you fill out on the entry form how much you want to sell your work for or else it will be presumed that the work is not for sale. No commission is charged.

KRAP 1st Prize 2014

Who are the KRAP Sponsors?

1st Prize (the KRAP): Leigh Carnsew & Stewart Johnston

2nd Prize: Wonderland Art & Framing

What is the KRAP Prize?

1st Place (The KRAP) = $300

Exhibition Opening – 9am on 11 September 2016

See Entry Form for Conditions of Entry and how to enter for art prize.

(Any works not collected will be seen as a donation and may be used for fundraising)

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