MAC on track for Glenorchy Open exhibition of local talent next month

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THIS December, the Moonah Arts Centre (MAC) is inviting you to share your art!

Whether you’re an emerging or established artist, the much-loved Glenorchy Open is an art exhibition designed to share the creativity of anyone who lives, works or has a strong connection to the City of Glenorchy.

“It is exciting to see how many artists live in this area and what they’ve been working on,” MAC Visual Arts Program Officer Rebecca Holmes said.

“It’s so wonderful to have an annual event that gives our local artists the opportunity to come together to celebrate and share their art and passion.”

The annual exhibition has a 15- year history and was first presented at the old MAC on Hopkins Street.

Each year the number of artists entering their work in the exhibition has grown, as has the range of artwork – including painting, drawing, print media, sculpture, installation, photography, ceramics, textiles, digital media and more.

“I’ve found during my time with MAC this is a really creative community,” Rebecca said.

“People value participating and creating their own art, as well as going to see other people’s work.

“I’m so grateful we can hold this exhibition so our community can come together and share their work.”

Artwork entries close on Tuesday 22 November, and the exhibition will run from Friday 2-24 December.

To learn more or enter your work, visit www.moonahartscentre.org.au

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