12 June 2017, Marcelle Mansour said: “I am honoured, and humbled to have been awarded the Order of Australia medal (OAM) that publicly announced today on the Queen’s Birthday Honours List on 12 June 2017, for my service to the visual and literary arts, and to the community.” “It is gratifying, I am grateful to be recognised by my country Australia.”
“Thanks to all who have been supporting my works throughout the years, warm thanks to SBS for running the interview this morning by the efficient broadcasters both Sylva and Stephany. Thanks to Mrs Marie Myssy the Executive Producer of SBS Arabic 24.” Please click on the link to listen. http://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/api/radio/player/podcast/1195708?node=996418
لي الشرف وبكل تواضع ، بأني قد حصلت على وسام الاستحقاق التكريمي في ميلاد الملكة 12 يونيو2017 لخدمة الفنون المرئية والأدبية والمجتمع . وأشكر أستراليا لمنحي هذه الجائزة كمصدر إلهام للآخرين . أشعر بالسعادة والإمتنان للإعتراف بخدماتي . وأعتبر أن هذا التكريم هو لكل امرأة فلسطينية أوعربية أو مهاجرة ، وأشكر جميع الأحباء الذين دعموا أعمالي . وآمل أن نرى المزيد من الأسماءعلى قائمة الشرف ، من المهاجرين ، و ذوي الجذورالفلسطينية والعربية.وشكرا لفريق إس بي إس خصوصا للأحباء سيلفا واستيفاني .
7 December 2016, Marcelle Mansour was honoured to receive a presidential award from H.E. the President Of The State of Palestine Mahmoud Abbas, delivered by His Excellency the Ambassador of Palestine Dr. Izzat Abdulhadi, in recognition for her continuous Artistic work in building Just Peace in Palestine and around the Globe; on the occasion of the opening of her solo Art Exhibition ‘Treasure Forever’ at Art Space On The Concourse, Chatswood.
31 March 2016, Marcelle Mansour awarded “Thank You ” Token by Arab Council Australia , received by ACA CEO Ms Randa Kattan & Chairperson Ms Fatima Ali, for MC-ing the Launch of the Strategic Plan 2016-2020 and Reconvened Annual General Meeting 2016.
10 March 2016, Marcelle Mansour, The International Artist of light and Perception receives the Arts and Creativity Award, by the Australian Arabic Cultural Centre/Peter Indari Forum, on the International Women’s Day
15 September 2015, Congratualtions to Marcelle Mansour on her Nomination for the 2016 Australian of the Year Award, Australia’s Local Hero
18 July & 21 August 2015, Congratualtions to Marcelle Mansour on her Nomination for a 2015 Pride of Australia medal in the Fair Go Medal Category
13 July 2015, Marcelle Mansour’s EXPOSURE AWARD 2015 AT THE LOUVRE MUSEUM, PARIS
The Fifth Annual Exposure Award 2015 is an International Group Exhibition at the Louvre Museum, Paris
Marcelle Mansour’s work has been exhibited with a group of international selected artists at the Louvre Museum, Fifth Annual Exposure Photography Award, and presented in the International display at the Louvre Museum in Paris on 13 July 2015.
The book: says: “The photographs within this collection, represent some of the most interesting work of the Fifth Annual Exposure Award. It’s an honor to be able to share this work with you and with the world.” Marcelle’s work is in page 63. Please click the book to read.
17 June 2015, Marcelle Mansour’s Award of The Festival of Al Bayayti’s Medal & Certificate of Appreciation
Marcelle Mansour was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation and a Medal on the first Festival of Abdul Wahhab Al-ayayti League for Poetry, literature and Culture, June 2015. The award was delivered by Mr Mozaffar, representing the Consulate General of the Republic of Iraq Mr, Basim Abass Dawood.
6 April 2015, Marcelle Mansour’s Award of Universal Ambassador for Peace (UPF)
Marcelle Mansour was awarded the Universal Ambassador of Peace (UPF) at the UPF Embassy for her Threshold Art of Light and Perception Exhibition, Artist’s Talk and Screen presentation, discussing peace in Australia and showing the significant role of Art and its power in promoting peace. This Exhibition and Seminar was a part of the 2015 UN (UNESCO) International Year of Light (IYL) program, Australia 2015.
10 December 2014, Marcelle Mansour’s Award of Sts Michael & Gabriel Church’s Shield at Mary MacKillop Museum
Marcelle Mansour was awarded Sts Michael & Gabriel Orthodox Church Shield for her Solo Exhibition, Threshold at Mary MacKillop Museum, 10 December 2014
10 December 2014, Marcelle Mansour’s Award of “Sawaki for Culture and Arts” Shield, at Mary MacKillop Museum
Marcelle Mansour was awarded “Sawaki for Culture and Arts” Shield, for her continuous work culminated by Threshold Solo Exhibition & Poetry, at Mary MacKillop Museum 10 Dec 2014
April 2014, Marcelle Mansour’s Awarded a Certificate of Appreciation for MFA University Graduation by Dr Izzat Abdulhadi, the Ambassador of Palestine
Marcelle Mansour was awarded the Australian Palestinian Community’s Certificate of Appreciation for her Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Graduation, University of Sydney, delivered by by Dr Izzat Abdulhadi, the Ambassador of Palestine, April 2014
2nd of April 2014, Marcelle Mansour’s Award of Australian Palestinian Community’s Shield, Threshold, Bankstown Arts Centre
Marcelle Mansour was awarded “Australian Palestinian Club” & “General Union Workers”’s Shield for Solo Art Exhibition of Light and Perception, “Threshold” at Bankstown Arts Centre. Marcelle gifted her award to her dearest husband maurice for his continuous support for her and her arts. In the presence of The Senator Bob Carr MP, Former Premier of New South Wales.
2014, March7, Marcelle Mansour’s Award o Threshold Art Exhibition won the competition to be hosted in the Armory Week New York City Art Show March 7, 2014. Threshold Art Exhibition was described as “Thoughtful and Inspiring.”
The 2nd picture shows Marcelle Mansour’s Invitation to attend the The Year in Review 2013, Armory Week New York City March 7, 2014 that included Threshold Art Exhibition.
May 2014, Marcelle Mansour’s Award of Master of Fine Arts (MFA) 2013, The University of Sydney,
Marcelle Mansour was awarded Master of Fine Arts (MSA) (2012-2013), The University of Sydney, Graduation Ceremony occured on the 5th of May 2014
May 2012, Marcelle Mansour’s Master of Studio Arts Award (MSA) 2011, University of Sydney, delivered by Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir AC CVO
Marcelle Mansour was awarded Master of Studio Arts (MSA) 2011, University of Sydney, was delivered the Award by Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir AC CVO, the University Chancellor and former Governor of New South Wales. Graduation Ceremony occured in May 2014
Sep 2003, Marcelle Mansour was honoured by the General Union Palestinian Workers; that honours three Australian Palestinian Innovators, El-Telegraph Mon 15 Sep 2003, Issue No 4075.
الاتحاد العام لعمال فلسطين يكرم ثلاث مبدعين بمافيهم مارسيل منصور
1999, Nov 17, Presentation Ceremony of Arab Women Creative Awards by the Australian Arabic Communities Council, present name is Arab Council Australia.
حفل تقديم جوائز المرأة العربية المبدعة 1999
Al-SharQ (The Orient) Australian Arabic Newspaper Wed 17/11/1999
1999, Marcelle Mansour with her family were gifted listing our names on the Welcome Wall at the Australian Maritime Museum
I with my family arrived to Australia in 1977. We made the Journey to Australia to be good citizens and to build these nations. In 1999, our names are and recorded in Bronze on the Welcome Wall at the Australian Maritime Museum. This is a precious award for me and my family. We are proud to be Australians.
1997, 27 October, Ma’ad Al-Abjadia Charbel Baini’s Award & Medal
Marcelle mansour was awarded Al-Abjadia Charbel Baini’s Award & Medal for excelling in Visual Arts, 1997
1996, Marcelle Mansour, Visual Artist and Writer, was awarded the “Role Model” acknowledgement by Universal Women for the ethnic communities on cultural aspect
4th March 1993, Marcelle Mansour’s Award Winning of the 2nd Prize, Sydney International Women’s Day Collective Poster Design Competition, 1993
Marcelle Mansour won the 2nd Prize of Sydney International Women’s Day Collective Poster Design Competition, 1993. Below: The Certificate of Award Competition Winning, the poster design of Marcelle’s artwork titled “Women’s Strength, Congratulations Letter and the Invitation to the event.
1988, Marcelle Mansour Won the Bicentenary Literary Prize Competition
Marcelle Mansour received the prize by Botrous Indari for her substantial articles and research of “The Struggle of the Arabic Migrant Woman in Australia” that won the Bicentenary Literary Prize Competition, in An-Nahar Arabic Newspaper in 1988. In the Photo appear from the Right Mr Peter Indari (1938-2012), The Dean of Australian Arabic Journalism and – the owner of An Nahar newspaper at that time – delivering the award. From the Left appears Writer and Visual Artist Marcelle Mansour and besides her Mr Hani Elturl, the Editor of The Australians in El-Telegraph Arabic Newspaper.
1961, Marcelle Mansour received the Top Student Prize In Gaza, Palestine by the Governor-General, Youssef Abdullah al-Agroundi
In Gaza Strip, Palestine, at Primary school, since her childhood, Marcelle Mansour was honoured to receive the Annual Top Student Prize by the Egyptian Military Governor-General, Mr Youssef Abdullah al-Agroudi. Besides him from the left also appears the photo of the Mayor of Gaza Municipality Mr Mounir El-Rayyes.