Regional Art Exhibitions

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The 2021 Dobell Festival of Art and Craft has been rescheduled to June 2021. The festival will again be held at the Wangi District Workers Club in Wangi.

Opening night and prize presentations will be held on Friday 4th June commencing at 7pm.

Entry fee is $15 and includes a welcome beverage, canapes and a weekend pass.

The exhibition will be open Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th June from 10am to 4 pm.

Entry $5.

Stay tuned for calls for entries from April onward.

Please contact Jane 0414 683 597 

or email dobellfestival@gmail.com

for further information.

Full details on their website

https://www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/wangiwangiau/page-7.php

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The Yancoal Singleton Art Prize

The Singleton Yancoal Art Exhibition will be run this year.

Closing date for entries is Friday 2 July

Winners Announced 7:45pm, Friday 30th July‐ Open 6:00 pm for viewing $27 includes Program, wine & food- Bookings essential

Venue Singleton Civic Centre – Queen Street Singleton NSW 2330

General Viewing Open daily 10am to 6pm (entry $2) Saturday 31st to 3rd August 2021

Full details on their website

http://www.singletononhunterrotary.org.au/

Click on the links below for entry forms and conditions of entry

TAREE OPEN ART EXHIBITION
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The Valley Art Show‘s 9×5 ART PRIZE
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Last year’s 9×5 ART PRIZE attracted nearly 200 very diverse entries from artists Australia-wide and will be open for the public to view and purchase on Saturday and Sunday 11 & 12 September 2021 between 10 and 4pm.

This unique event is set in the beautifully restored Wyong Creek Hall which has been decorated for the occasion in a style reminiscent of the original 9×5 Impression Exhibition held in Melbourne in 1889.

While there, visitors can sample Robert Oatley wines, partake of a sausage sizzle with a hot or cold drink then relax in our grounds under a tree or in the sun.

You will find this historic venue just 8km up the picturesque Yarramalong Valley, which at this time of the year will have on roadside display the weird and wonderful in the annual Valley Scarecrow Competition.

https://wyongcreekhall.com.au/ for details