Where Expectation and Performance Meet

Fardoulys Constructions is an independently owned building and construction company. Since opening our doors in 1976, Fardoulys Constructions has been involved in many of Queensland’s significant construction and development projects. We attribute our success to our people. Their professionalism, performance, commitment to quality and service excellence is respected throughout the industry.

OUR PROJECTS

Fardoulys Constructions is an independently owned building and construction company. Since opening our doors in 1976, Fardoulys Constructions has been involved in many of Queensland’s significant construction and development  projects.

 

We attribute our success to our people. Their professionalism, performance, commitment to quality and service excellence is respected throughout the industry.

OUR PRINCIPLES

While our business and our industry has evolved, Fardoulys Constructions has continued to operate to a clear set of principles, which have driven the company’s success.

NEWS

“The Churchie,” Emerging Art Prize 2020

 

Fardoulys Constructions is pleased to be the Special Commendation sponsor supporting “The Churchie” emerging art prize 2020, one of Australia’s leading early career artists competitions.

 

Since its inception at Anglican Church Grammar School in 1987, the prize has sought to identify and profile the next generation of contemporary artists from across the country. Today it is one of Australia’s leading prizes for emerging artists.

 

Throughout its history, ‘The Churchie’ has adapted to the changing world of contemporary art. After outgrowing its original home at the school, the prize partnered with some of Brisbane’s leading university art museums to present its finalists’ exhibition, before partnering with the Institute of Modern Art for the first time in 2019.

 

Continuing and expanding on the prize’s rich legacy, the 2020 exhibition provides a survey of some of the most compelling art being produced by emerging artists in Australia today. The 2020 finalists are: Nathan Beard, Tom Blake, Jessica Bradford, Martin George, Yasbelle Kerkow, Guy Louden, Lachlan McKee, Georgia Morgan, Nabilah Nordin, James Nguyen, Emily Parsons-Lord, Marina Pumani Brown, and Athena Thebus.

 

Independent curator Talia Smith has curated the exhibition, supporting artists to present their work at the IMA. The prize will be judged by Tarun Nagesh, Curator, Asian Art, Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art.


For more information visit the Institute of Modern Art’s website https://ima.org.au/exhibitions/the-churchie-emerging-art-prize-2020/

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