Cabaret Art Exhibition

This grant round has now closed. Submissions closed at 5:00PM 26 June 2017 (AEST).

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Cabaret in the Glen is a five day festival produced by and held at Glen Street Theatre. The purpose of this event is to showcase contemporary and established artists to our existing audience, as well as to encourage a new patronage.

To coincide with this Festival a Cabaret Art exhibition has been planned. This exhibition will showcase the talents of local artists who have produced an artwork that responds to the theme of CABARET. We are delighted to announce that former Archibald prize winner Wendy Sharpe will be showcasing some of her Cabaret themed artworks and etchings.

The exhibition will take place in the foyer of Glen Street Theatre for three weeks from Tues 3 – Sun 22 October. Artists are invited to display and sell a single artwork responding to the theme of Cabaret. The artwork should be 40x50cm (inclusive of frame) in any medium.  (2D only). Applications close 5pm Monday 26 June and you will be notified of your inclusion by Friday 21 July 2017. Successful applicants will have till the end of August to finish their artwork and submit a final image.

Any questions contact the Curator Rachel Carroll 0466 486 352.

The event and participating artists will be listed on the Glen Street Theatre page. under “Cabaret Art”. There will be a people’s choice award of $500 which will be announced on Sunday 22 October at 3pm. All Sales will be processed by the artist. Staff at Glen Street will pass on all necessary information to the artist. No commission will be charged.


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