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Art of Sydney Awards Exhibition 2014

January 24, 2014toJanuary 27, 2014

 

 

* SYDNEY Art

CASS* Art of Sydney Awards Exhibition in its 24th year is an exciting event in Sydney’s Art Calendar with over 300 original artworks

  • 24th “Art of Sydney” Awards Exhibition.
  • Australia Day Weekend -  Fri 24 January -  Monday 27 Jan 2014
  • Australian National Maritime Museum
  • FREE Admission to Art Exhibition

*CASS (Combined Art Societies of Sydney Inc.) is a non-profit group run totally by volunteer lovers of art.

  • FREE Admission to Art Exhibition: Daily 9.45am to 7pm. Open ‘till 10pm on Australia Day Sunday 26 Jan 2014.  Exhibition closes 6.00pm on Mon 27 Jan 2014.
  • Official Opening & Awards Presentation: from 7pm Thurs 23 Jan – Opening Night Tickets (Awards Presentation): $25.00 per had/RSVP 13 January 2014.
  • Australian National Maritime Museum, The Terrace Room, 2 Murray Street, Darling Harbour Sydney 2000 (Wheelchair accessible) . 

Greg Hansell is Judge for 2014 Art of Sydney.  Greg Hansell is a finalist in the Archibald, Salon de Refuse and in the Wynne Prize at the Art Gallery of NSW; winning the Trustees watercolour prize and The Dobell Art Prize.

24th “Art of Sydney” Awards Exhibition is a unique opportunity to view over 300 original artworks.  All artworks are offered for sale.  It is an annual celebration showcasing the wonderful diversity of Sydney’s leading local artists and features artworks from 14 Art Societies around Sydney.  http://www.combinedartsocieties.com

Art of Sydney exhibition also raises funds for Care Flight. 

The Aims of CASS (Combined Art Societies of Sydney Inc.) are:
To foster the visual arts
To encourage active co-operation between Art Societies and promote standards of excellence.
To raise artistic standards and skills and encourage artists to extend their working experience and reach a wider audience
To work for the recognition of the importance of art in education, in the community, in government, commerce and industry and the appreciation of art by the general public.

 

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