Our 50th Art Show 2022
All Artists are invited to be part of our Art Show in 2022 which celebrates 50 years of the Mornington Art Show.
It was grown from small beginnings to now being one of the biggest and best Art Shows in Australia.
The Art Show will run from Thursday January 20 (Opening Night) until Wednesday 26 (Australia Day) 2022 at the Peninsula Community Theatre, Mornington.
Record numbers visited the Art Show in 2021
Work by feature Ceramic Artist John Stroomer proved popular.
The Band entertained on Gala Opening Night.
Key Dates for 2022
Submissions open Monday November 1 2021
Submissions close Sunday December 19 2021
Notification to successful artists January 1 2022
Delivery of Artworks
Pick up of unsold Artwork Thursday January 27, 2022
Art Show Dates
Opening Night Thursday January 20, 2022
Art Show open daily Friday January 21, 2022
Art Show closes Wednesday January 26, 2022
Online sales from Sunday 23 -Sunday 30, 2022
Peninsula Community Theatre
Cnr. Wilsons Road & Nepean Highway, Mornington
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