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  • Regional Gallery to be redeveloped and expanded

    Bega Valley Shire Council will go out to tender for the Bega Valley Regional Gallery (BVRG) redevelopment and expansion at its current site in the first half of August. Gallery Director Iain Dawson said the redevelopment will elevate the 30-year-old facility to contemporary exhibition standards, and significantly expand the exhibition space from 180m² to 290m². […]

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  • Art Month Sapphire Coast opens this weekend!

    MEDIA RELEASE Art Month Sapphire Coast 30 July – 31 August Opens this weekend! Local artists, creatives, performers and musicians, events, lunches and dinners, will all shine for the month of August. Forage along the fringe of coast or head for the hills for live music, open studios, film nights, get yourself moving to dance […]

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  • 2020 GALLIPOLI ART PRIZE VIRTUAL TOUR

    The Gallipoli Memorial Club have launched a virtual tour of this year’s Gallipoli Art Prize, offering one innovative way for people to commemorate Anzac Day during coronavirus restrcitions. The online virtual tour can be accessed through https://www.gallipoliartprize.org.au/virtual-tour/. Viewers can ‘walk through’ through the exhibition of 35 finalist works and click on each work for more […]

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  • 2020 GALLIPOLI ART PRIZE WINNER REFLECTS ON RFS BRAVERY

    Alison Mackay, of St George’s Basin on the NSW South Coast, has won the 2020 Gallipoli Art Prize ($20 000 acquisitive prize funded by the Gallipoli Memorial Club) with her powerful work ‘Breathe’ depicting nine different gas masks, mostly from WW1. As a NSW south coast resident, Alison began thinking about breathing masks and respirators […]

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  • Gallipoli Art Prize

    Winner of the 2020 Gallipoli Art Prize, Alison Mackay, acceptance speech and descibes how the recent bush fires in NSW influenced her work.

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  • Gallipoli $20 000 Art Prize

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  • MARTIN KING WINS THE 2019 GALLIPOLI ART PRIZE WITH HIS WORK ‘WAR PIGEON DIARIES’

    Melbourne artist Martin King has won the 2019 Gallipoli Art Prize ($20 000 acquisitive prize funded by the Gallipoli Memorial Club) with his mixed media work ‘War Pigeon Diaries ’ consisting of seven open notebooks containing beautifully intricate prints of carrier pigeons that were used during WWI and WWII to carry vital messages behind enemy […]

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  • Autumn Enews – Dubai World Expo, Gallipoli Art Prize, Bach and more

    Autumn Enews – Two important deadlines for artists this month – Gallipoli $20 000 Art Prize entries close on 13 March and the Australian Cultural Program EOI in Dubai  for arts companies and artists closes on 29 March. Click here to read more

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  • EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Australian Cultural Program, World Expo 2020 in Dubai

    Australia will participate in the Dubai World Expo from 20 October 2020 to 10 April 2021. Jacqui Bonner Marketing and Management (JBMM) has been appointed by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to manage and deliver a Cultural Program that will showcase Australia’s cultural assets and heritage at the Australian Pavilion at the World […]

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  • Gallipoli $20 000 Art Prize – Call for Entries

    Australian (and other eligible) artists are invited to enter one piece of original work produced in oil, acrylic, water colour or mixed medium in the Gallipoli Art Prize competition. The winning painting is acquisitive by The Gallipoli Memorial Club Museum Fund Inc. The Art Prize will be awarded to the artist who best depicts the […]

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