Calling all artists – free community exhibition spaces in 2019

Published on 14 June 2018

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Mornington Peninsula Shire is offering two prominent community exhibition spaces for local artists to display their artwork.

Shire Mayor Councillor Bryan Payne said “through this program the Shire aims to promote awareness and appreciation of creatives on the peninsula as well as making the spaces more stimulating and engaging for the community”.

Council’s representative for the Arts and Culture Advisory Panel and Red Hill Ward Councillor David Gill said “this is a great opportunity for local artists to showcase their work to the community”.

Individual and group exhibition applications are invited from local artists producing two-dimensional artworks.

The two spaces available are:

Mornington Library: Foyer Exhibition Space

The Mornington Library Foyer space located in Vancouver Street, Mornington, attracts over 3000 visitors per week and comprises three walls with ten running metres of hanging space. Each exhibition block runs for approximately 8 weeks.

Rosebud Council Chamber: Exhibition Space

The Rosebud Council Chamber space located at Besgrove Street, Rosebud, offers one substantial wall of approximately 12 running metres of hanging space. This is best suited for displaying larger framed works. Each exhibition block runs for approximately 12 weeks.

For full details on the dimensions and application process visit:

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