The City of Casey invites artists from Melbourne’s south east to apply for the 2023 Art Spaces program and secure a chance to exhibit their work in one of Casey’s great public exhibition venues.
The program promotes and supports artists working in traditional and contemporary visual arts practices. Applications will be accepted from individual artists or groups, with priority given to artists located in the City of Casey.
The three community exhibition spaces are located at:
- Bunjil Place Library, Narre Warren
- Cranbourne Library, Cranbourne
- Hayshed Studio, Old Cheese Factory, Berwick.
The spaces are suitable for exhibiting painting, photography, printmaking, ceramics, craft, drawing, textiles, mixed media and digital art.
City of Casey Chair of Administrators Noelene Duff PSM, said the program played a significant role in celebrating and supporting the vibrant cultural life found in Casey and the surrounding district.
“Our annual Art Space program is a practical way Council can help artists working in a range of mediums show their work and reach new audiences,” Ms Duff said.
“I encourage local artists to submit their ideas for the exhibition program, which will commence in February next year.”
Applications must be received by 22 December 2022 and will be assessed by an independent panel for inclusion in the 2023 program.
For more information and to apply visit the Casey Arts page on Council’s website.
Image: Freedom is Mine by Peter Casamento at the Bunjil Place Library Art Space