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What's on 2023!

Upcoming Exhibitions

Exhibition: Kunmanara Carroll: Ngaylu Nyanganyi Ngura Winki (I Can See All Those Places)

Dates: 10 February to 1 April 2023

Description: JamFactory’s annual Icon exhibition celebrates the achievements of South Australia’s most influential visual artists working in craft-based media. Concerned with passing on cultural knowledge Luritja, Pintupi and Pitjantjatjara artist Kunmanara Carroll’s paternal homeland was an unwavering source of inspiration and the recurring subject within his work. Based in Pukatja and working from Ernabella Arts, Mr Carroll's captivating paintings and ceramics merge his deep knowledge of country with his beautifully intricate yet minimalist style.

Exhibition: BAMM Art Fair: 5th Anniversary

Dates: 28 July to 15 September 2023

Description: To mark the fifth anniversary of the BAMM Art Fair, in 2023 the exhibition will feature new competition categories with significant prizes on offer for artists. With three new categories for artists to enter; Landscape, Figurative and Abstract. All artworks will also be considered by our panel of judges for the open Grand Prize.

Loved by audiences and artists alike, BAMM Art Fair's Micro Exhibitions remain an important part of the show in 2023. Artists will be called to submit applications for one of six solo exhibitions in March 2023.

Exhibition: The Wynne Prize Regional Tour

Dates: 23 September to 18 November 2023

Description: The annual Wynne Prize was first awarded in 1897 in honour of the official opening of the Art Gallery of New South Wales at its present site. Judged by the trustees of the Art Gallery, the prize is awarded to the best landscape painting of Australian scenery or for the best example of figurative sculpture by an Australian artist.

The Wynne Prize reflects the diversity of figurative sculptural practice, while the paintings are a dynamic reflection of Australian artists’ response to the land, reflecting contemporary aesthetics, environmental and stewardship concerns, and conceptions of Country.

This touring exhibition is an opportunity to see the finalists in the Wynne Prize 2023. It marks the first time Australia’s oldest art prize will tour regional New South Wales in the prize’s 125-year history.

Exhibition: My Moree 2023

Dates: 24 November to 3 December 2023

Description: The My Moree Photography Competition is back for its third outing, with an impressive array of prizes for local and visiting photographers.

My Moree is a celebration of the town of Moree in north west NSW; the people, the place, the community, and what it means to us all. The My Moree Photography Competition is a chance for locals to share their favourite aspects of life in Moree.

Have your say and vote for your People's Choice, explore Moree's past through a historical slideshow spanning the past 100 years, and make your mark on an interactive map of the Shire.

The My Moree Photography Exhibition is a joint collaboration between The Moree Plains Shire Council and Bank Art Museum Moree.