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EXHIBITIONS: 22ND ANNUAL LIVERPOOL ART SOCIETY EXHIBITION

7 Dec 2019 - 9 Feb 2020 | 9.00am - 4.30pm

Liverpool Art Society and Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre are proud to present the 22nd Annual Liverpool Art Society Exhibition. The annual Liverpool Art Society exhibition, presented at Casula Powerhouse since 1998, promotes and celebrates the creative talent of our region. This year the exhibition will feature an array of artworks from painting, ceramics, sculpture and photography from Liverpool Art Society members of all ages.

The Casula Powerhouse Scholarship Prize of $1500 aims to support the development of an artist’s professional practice by providing the opportunity for further research and present a solo exhibition for Casula Powerhouse’s Marsden Gallery in late 2020.

Other major prizes to be awarded include; the acquisitive Liverpool City Council Overall Winner Prize of $5000 and the ANZ Technical Excellence and ANZ Award for Innovation prizes at $750 each.

The exhibition will be open from 7 December 2019 until 9 February 2020.


Artwork Delivery: 2 November  | 10am - 3pm

Enter Online now through to 18 October

Prizes, Terms & Conditions.

Any Questions? registration@casulapowerhouse.com or reception@casulapowerhouse.com
(02) 8711 7123 - Please visit the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre front desk if you require a paper form.

KEY DATES:

Entries Open: 23 August
Entries Close: 18 October
Artwork Delivery: 2 November (10am - 3pm)
Exhibition Launch: 7 December (2pm - 4pm)

** To be part of this exhibition, you need to be a member of Liverpool Art Society. Visit their website for more information: https://www.liverpoolartsociety.com/membership


Hedar Abadi ‘Intimacy’, 2018. 2018 Major prize winner Liverpool Art Society Exhibition.

Event Information

LocationCasula Powerhouse
Arts Centre

Duration9-5pm on weekdays
9-4pm on
weekends.

AgesAll ages

CostFree admission


Phone02 8711 7123

Emailreception@casulapowerhouse.com

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