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Last chance to enter the 2018 River of Art Prize and Exhibition


Calling out to all South Coast artists! Don’t miss out. There’s just one week left to showcase your creative talents to arts lovers and visitors as part of this year’s River of Art festival.

River of Art 2018 Art Prize – entries close 20 April 2018.

Prizes and finalists for this prestigious event – supported by the Eurobodalla Shire Council - will be selected by a panel of three well-known local artists. Awards will be presented on Thursday 17 May 2018 at the SoArt Gallery in Narooma as part of the official launch of the River of Art Festival.

Finalists’ works will be exhibited during the festival at the SoART Gallery. Other artworks submitted will be on show at the Narooma School of Arts’ Studios. Both exhibitions will run from 18 May to 2 June, with many works for sale.

River of Art - Land of Many Waters Exhibition – entries close 17 April 2018.

River of Art has partnered with local Eurobodalla arts organisations to present this inaugural exhibition, which celebrates the festival theme for 2018 - Land of Many Waters.

This collaborative project will showcase diverse artworks reflecting what our landscape means to our artists.

The exhibition will be on display during the festival at venues in Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma. Most works will be available for sale. Peoples’ Choice Award winners will be announced on Sunday 20 May.

Go to the River of Art website - www.riverofart.com.au – for more details and entry forms.


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