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Entries Now Open for Carnevale 2019!

Source: Tuggerah Lakes Art Society
Archived 16 Jun 2019 - Posted: 17 Apr 2019
Calling for entries for this extraordinary exhibition featuring original art and masks from students and artists.

Creative Art Prize

Artists can submit a maximum of two artworks.
This year's theme - "Beauty...is in the eye of the beholder".

Most genres will be accepted and including: paintings, sculpture, photography, printmaking, textile, graphic and digital art.

The Mask Project

Artists, including students, are invited to participate in The Mask Project.

Their mission:
Collect a mask at a Tuggerah Lakes Art Society meeting or buy/make one.
Choose any medium and process to produce a reflection of themselves.
Not necessarily a face with features but go inside themselves, think, feel and imagine.
Create a title for their work and write a paragraph as a statement of what they have represented.

The official opening and Artisan’s Market will be Saturday 3 August 2019.

Local artists are invited to sell their wares.

Prizes

The Mask Project - 1st prize $300.
Creative Art - 1st prize $300.
Members -1st Prize $300.
Students will receive cash prizes and trophies.
The overall winner receives the Trevor Flight Legacy Prize of $600 and trophy.

Carnevale 2019 Presented by Tuggerah Lakes Art Society.

Contact details: Carnevale Co-ordinator, Troy Flight, phone: 02 4390 8194 or Mob: 0425 205 849, email

Entries close 28th June 2019.

This article archived 16 Jun 2019

 
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