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Entries NOW OPEN for Montague Art & Craft Society (MACS) 37th Easter Art Exhibition 30 March – 1

Montague Art & Craft Society (MACS) 37th Easter Art Exhibition 30 March – 1st April, 2018 at Narooma Leisure Centre.

This very popular Art Exhibition is an annual event eagerly looked forward to by locals and visitors alike. The standard of works is impressive and encompasses seven different and divergent categories ranging from paintings to mozaics. This year the range will be wider than ever and include stunning displays of works by local artists and artisans. Narooma’s got talent and its on show this Easter.

The Exhibition will open at 6pm on Thursday 29th March and the Prize winners announced. You are invited to come along and join in the celebration and see the winning art works and craft by the talented artists. The exhibition is open from 9am until 5pm on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

This is an opportunity for artists to showcase their skills and compete for some of the $6,000 total in prize money.

The categories are

1 Oil

2 Acrylic

3 Works on Paper

4 Photography and Digital

5 Mixed Media

6 Textile

7 Ceramics, Mosaic and sculpture

Artists entry forms are available on MACS website or at Narooma Visitor Information Centre. Entries close 4pm Wednesday 28 February 2018. Please be early to ensure you have a place in this very popular exhibition.

Above: The prize winning entry from last year in the special Narooma Visitor Information Centre category

#Arts #Weekly #Narooma

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