Spend a Sunday afternoon with Mr Turner!

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For movie buffs and art-lovers alike, and as a fundraiser for the gallery, we will be hosting a special screening of Mr Turner, at the Chapel Theatre.
The movie will be followed by a light supper.
Cost will be $20 per head, with $15 for concession holders.
Thanks to the Glen Innes Arts Council for their support in this screening.

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Artist Exhibition List of Works

Click here for the download of the Artist Exhibition List of works entry form.

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TERMS & CONDITIONS of PARTICIPATION

 

TERMS & CONDITIONS of PARTICIPATION

These are the conditions for participating and submitting works of art for exhibitions at

GLEN INNES ART GALLERY 71 Grey Street Glen Innes NSW 2370

By submitting your works of art to The Gallery and listing those works on The Gallery’s Exhibition Artist List of Works you agree to terms and conditions listed below. To be read in conjunction with the Invitation to Exhibit Form

  1. PERIOD OF CONSIGNMENT

    The period of consignment is per The Gallery’s Exhibition calendar or/and per individual agreement with The Gallery for this exhibition.

  2. COMMISSION

    Commission is 20 % for members and 35 % for non members. The Gallery will pay the artist within 21 days of the end of the exhibition.

  3. EARLY & LATE RETURN

    A $5.00 Late fee applies if works are not picked up on due date (collection day). Early return of the art work(s) to The Artist can only take place if both parties agree.

  4. ENTRY FEE for OPEN EXHIBITIONS

    All work is to be accompanied by entry fee. Standard fees are $ 8.00 per item/collection and $5 per item if works for sale are under $50.

    A collection is defined as a display not exceeding an area 400mm x 400mm. A collection is also defined as a set of works sold as one item.

  5. DAMAGE, THEFT OR LOSS

    All due care will be taken with the art works, however, The Gallery will not be liable for any damage, theft or loss of any art works. The Artist is made aware that The Gallery do not hold an insurance that covers any damage, theft or loss and The Artist/Owner indemnifies Glen Innes Art Gallery and its members and committee against any claim arising from or incidental to the display of art works.

  6. SCOPE

    All works to have appropriate hanging or display fixtures and be no wider than 1.5 m.
    All works to be individually labeled with the exhibitors name, title and price/NFS on the back. Each artist must fill out an
    ‘Exhibition Worksheet’ or ‘Entry Formand list all artworks delivered. Artworks to be signed in and out by the artist (or their representative)

    (Can be done on the day of delivery)

  7. TRANSPORT

    The Artist/Owner will be liable for any costs involved with sending or returns of art works to and from The Gallery

  8. SELECTION OF WORK

    Work previously shown in the last five years at The Gallery is not to be entered again. The Glen Innes Art Gallery reserves the right to select which art work(s) to display and to refuse any art work it’s committee or curator deems unsuitable for exhibition – even if it has previously accepted. Space, lack of proper hanging fixtures or presentation may be grounds for rejection. 

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Annual Gallery Exhibition List 2017

 

17-19 February Glen Innes Show

Fine Arts categories: 1. Painting and subject in oil, acrylic; 2. Watercolour or gouache; 3. Drawing; 4. Any other 2D medium including mixed media, mosaic, textile, photography; 5. Sculpture, any medium. 

 

Late March 

Sunday Afternoon Film, title to be confirmed.  This will be held as a fundraiser for the Art Gallery

 

22 Apr-12 May: Autumn in Glen

Celebrate the colours of autumn and all the happenings in Glen Innes in Autumn including the Celtic Festival 

 

3-23 June: Wool ‘n Wood

Showcasing the wonderful works of artists in wood, wool & alpaca

 

8-28 July: Earth Works

A Pottery Club Exhibition

 

5 Aug.-1 Sept. The Glen Archies

Who’s Who in the Zoo?  A competitive exhibition of portraits in any media. 

 

9-29 Sept. “Through a Lens Starkly”

Photography Exhibition-theme to be confirmed 

 

7-20 October “Gardens in Spring”

As the local gardens come into flower we will enjoy artists’  interpretations of the colours and joy of spring. 

 

28 Oct-3 Nov. “Off the Wall”

Local art lovers can bring original works by other artists that they have acquired but now wish to replace or have no more room on their walls! 

 

11-25 Nov. Stephanie Brummell

A Solo Exhibition

 

1 Dec -3 Dec. Nicci Parry- Jones 

A Solo Exhibition

 

8-16 Dec. 

Glen Innes High School

 

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The BIG FOUR Photography Exhibition

Dear Artist,

The Glen Innes Art Gallery would like to invite you to participate in:

"The BIG FOUR" Photography Exhibition which will be held from: 12 November to 2 December

Works will be accepted at The Glen Innes Art Gallery (Learning Centre),

71 Grey St, Glen Innes on Tuesday 8 November 10am to 12pm

There will be a Gala Opening for this exhibition at 4pm Saturday 12 November

At the end of the exhibition works must be picked up and signed out on

Saturday 3 December 10am to 12pm

  • The Big Four Photography Exhibition will give those artists who work with photography an opportunity to respond to a challenge to produce works in the big four fields:
  • Portrait
  • Landscape
  • Action
  • Macro

The exhibition will be curated by:

Steve Wright who can be contacted on 0428134781 or bigbear5555@hotmail.com

Denis Haselwood can be contacted on 0428344142 or dphaselwood@bigpond.com

DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION FORM HERE


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Call for Works | Post War Glamour-Focus on Forties and Fifties

Call for Works | Post War Glamour-Focus on Forties and Fifties

CLICK HERE FOR ENTRY FORM

The Glen Innes Art Gallery would like to invite you to participate in our

Post War Glamour-Focus on Forties and Fifties

which will be held from:

8 October to 28 October

Works will be accepted at The Glen Innes Art Gallery (Learning Centre), 71 Grey St, Glen Innes on

Tuesday 4 October 10am to 12pm

There will be a Gala Opening for this exhibition at 4pm Saturday 8 October

At the end of the exhibition works must be picked up and signed out on

Saturday 9 October 10am to 12pm

The post war period in Australia was a period of economic boom, increased European immigration and a new wave of fresh ideas, design, and debate.There was stimulation and excitement after the privations and austerity of the war years. Projects in architecture, art and fashion included a simplicity of line, colour and style and incorporated the use of new synthetic materials. Fashion in this period is characterised by the resurgence of haute couture and the resumption, by Paris, of its position as the arbiter of fashion.This exhibition will include a rich display of the fashion of the period in David Jones fashion parades 'direct from Paris', magazines, clothes and accessories.

Your artworks will complement this wonderful event, the ideas for which are limited only by your imagination, but some ideas for works might be:

  • Artworks, in any medium, that reflect the style and design of the period
  • Depiction of fashion of the period
  • Depiction of the architecture of the period, reflecting the new styles and building boom
  • Post war immigration including a large contingent of British immigrants (Ten Pound Poms) and those from war-torn eastern Europe
  • Returning soldiers taking up land under the Soldier Settlement Program
  • New foods and styles brought with the wave of post-war immigration
  • Introduction of mechanical farming including tractors which increased after the labour shortages of the war years
  • A boom in vegetable growing in Glen Innes and the opening of the freezer works
  • Polarisation of Capitalism and Communism- and the outbreak of the Cold War
  • The post war baby boom
  • A return to the values of the nuclear family and the goal of home ownership-'the white picket fence'

This exhibition is being held in conjunction with the Glen Innes Library and Glen Innes Art Gallery Post War Glamour Event on 8 October.

It is being curated by GIAG members in conjunction with Bill Rendell.For more information, please contact Robyn Condon on 0420848765 or robyn@strategy2action.com.au

Standard Conditions of Participation

  • 1.All works must be presented at the Art Gallery by the time and date set for the acceptance of works for each exhibition.
  • 2.All 2D works must be framed and have appropriate hanging fixtures with D rings approximately quarter distance from the top of frame and appropriate hanging wire.

Note: Double-sidedmounting tape, single hanging points centrally located on the frame, and fishing line, are not considered suitable to ensure safe and stable hanging.

  • 3.Commission will be calculated at 20% members and 35% non-members.
  • 4.All works, including works that are NFS, are to be accompanied by entry fees.

Entry fees are:

  • $8 per entry (or per collection*) for NFS works
  • $8 per entry (or per collection*) for works for sale over $50
  • $5 per entry (or collection*) for works under $50

* A collection of jewelry is defined as a display not exceeding an area 400mm x 400mm.

* A collection of ceramics is defined as a set of works to be sold as one item.

  • 5.Entries are to be no wider than 1.5 metres.
  • 6.All works to be individually labeled with the exhibitor's name and title on the back.
  • 7.Items for display purposes only must be clearly marked, and noted on the Exhibition List of Works as not for sale (NFS).
  • 8.All work must be signed in and out by the artist or their representative.
  • 9.Each artist must fill out the Exhibition List of Works form and all sections must be completed and signed. Note:May be done on day of delivery
  • 10.All work submitted must be the original work of the exhibiting artist.

Note: If any works are not based on the artist's design or derived from the artist's material due credit must be given e.g. after/based on. Also refer to copyright rules – see www.artslaw :- appropriation art/ an overview of copyright.

  • 11.An $8 late fee applies, if work picked is not collected on due date.
  • 12.Work previously shown in the Gallery is not to be presented for exhibition.
  • 13.All work must remain in the gallery/conference room until the completion of theexhibition.
  • 14.The Art Gallery committee has the right to refuse any art work that is unsuitable for exhibition. Space, unsuitable hanging fixtures or presentation may be grounds for its rejection.
  • 15.Unless otherwise excluded by the exhibiting artist, photographs of their works may be taken by the Glen Innes Art Gallery Inc., for use in publicity through print or electronic media or for archival and record purposes. Visitors to the Gallery will not be permitted to photograph works without specific and verified permission of the artist.
  • 16.All work to comply with WH&S as deemed by curator or committee.
  • 17.The Glen Innes Art Gallery Inc. shall exercise all reasonable care in handling the works submitted, but works shall at all times be at the risk of the exhibiting artist and the Art Gallery shall not be liable for any damage or loss, howsoever arising.

Please read in conjunction with the Exhibition List of Works form.

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Calls for Entry Junk to Punk - 10 September TO 23 SEPTEMBER 2016

Calls for Entry Junk to Punk - 10 September TO 23 SEPTEMBER 2016

Dear Artist,

The Glen Innes Art Gallery would like to invite you to participate in the

Junk to Punk

which will be held from:

10 September TO 23 SEPTEMBER 2016

Works will be accepted at The Glen Innes Art Gallery (Learning Centre), 71 Grey St, Glen Innes from 10am to 12 on

TUESDAY 6 SEPTEMBER

There will be a Gala Opening for this exhibition at

4PM SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER

At the end of the exhibition works must be picked up and signed out on

SATURDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 10AM TO 12PM

JUNK TO PUNK will have a primary focus on textiles and old fabrics, embellished with buttons, buckles, beads and brooches from that old tin in grandma's cupboard or a back shelf at the local second hand shop. The works will be original and individual, created with an eye for design, and could be functional or decorative.Plastics, wire, string, paper, leather, old clothes, curtains, t-shirts, jeans, and furniture can be re-worked in a riot of colour and texture, as pictures, jackets, vests, cushions, throws, toys, handbags and 2-D and 3-D whimsical masterpieces. A broad definition of textiles can include anything which is woven, manipulated or embellished and combined with other materials to illustrate fantastical shapes or functional pieces.

For ideas on what to do with your hoarded junk, pop into the Knick Knackery and see what amazing things have been made from recycled materials.Have a chat to the wonderful women there who can suggest ways to upcycle and give a second life to your special things. A peek into the weird and wonderful stuff at the Knick Knackery will get your juices flowing and you mind whirling with ideas.

The Curators for this Exhibition may be contacted formore information andare:

1. Ruth Sim Brummell 0429 676 703 or ruthsimbrummell@gmail.com

2. Dallas Cameron dallase@bigpond.net.au


Standard Conditions of Participation

  • 1.All works must be presented at the Art Gallery by the time and date set for the acceptance of works for each exhibition.
  • 2.All 2D works must be framed and have appropriate hanging fixtures with D rings approximately quarter distance from the top of frame and appropriate hanging wire.

Note: Double-sided mounting tape, single hanging points centrally located on the frame, and fishing line, are not considered suitable to ensure safe and stable hanging.

  • 3.Commission will be calculated at 20% members and 35% non-members.
  • 4.All works, including works that are NFS, are to be accompanied by entry fees which are $8 per entry (or per collection*) or $5 per entry or collection valued at under $50

* A collection is defined as a set of works to be sold as one item.

  • 5.Entries are to be no wider than 1.5 metres.
  • 6.All works to be individually labeled with the exhibitor's name and title on the back.
  • 7.Items for display purposes only must be clearly marked, and noted on the Exhibition List of Works as not for sale (NFS).
  • 8.All work must be signed in and out by the artist or their representative.
  • 9.Each artist must fill out the Exhibition List of Works form and all sections must be completed and signed. Note:May be done on day of delivery
  • 10.All work submitted must be the original work of the exhibiting artist.

Note: If any works are not based on the artist's design or derived from the artist's material due credit must be given e.g. after/based on. Also refer to copyright rules – see www.artslaw :- appropriation art/ an overview of copyright.

  • 11.An $8 late fee applies, if work picked is not collected on due date.
  • 12.Work previously shown in the Gallery is not to be presented for exhibition.
  • 13.All work must remain in the gallery/conference room until the completion of the exhibition.
  • 14.The Art Gallery committee has the right to refuse any art work that is unsuitable for exhibition. Space, unsuitable hanging fixtures or presentation may be grounds for its rejection.
  • 15.Unless otherwise excluded by the exhibiting artist, photographs of their works may be taken by the Glen Innes Art Gallery Inc., for use in publicity through print or electronic media or for archival and record purposes. Visitors to the Gallery will not be permitted to photograph works without specific and verified permission of the artist.
  • 16.All work to comply with WH&S as deemed by curator or committee.
  • 17.The Glen Innes Art Gallery Inc. shall exercise all reasonable care in handling the works submitted, but works shall at all times be at the risk of the exhibiting artist and the Art Gallery shall not be liable for any damage or loss, howsoever arising.

NOTE – your artwork may be displayed in the gallery or conference room space.

Please read in conjunction with the Exhibition List of Works form.xt here ...

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2016 NEW ENGLAND TEAPOT SHOW 15 AUGUST TO 2 SEPTEMBER

2016 NEW ENGLAND TEAPOT SHOW 15 AUGUST TO 2 SEPTEMBER
Dear Artist, 
The Glen Innes Art Gallery would like to invite you to participate in the 2016 NEW ENGLAND TEAPOT SHOW 15 AUGUST TO 2 SEPTEMBER 

Works will be accepted at The Glen Innes Art Gallery (Learning Centre), 71 Grey St, Glen Innes from 10am on Tuesday 9th August

There will be a Gala Opening for this exhibition at 4PM SATURDAY 13 AUGUST 

The Curators for this Exhibition may be contacted for more information and are: 
1. Anita Stewart 0421 902 759 or theterrapotter@gmail.com 
2. Ruth Sim Brummel 0429 676 703 or ruthsimbrummell@gmail.com


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Pictures @ an Exhibition

Pictures @ an Exhibition

Recent work by Graham Mackie

Gala Opening Saturday 2nd July 4pm until July 29th July.


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2016 Traditional Exhibition

2016 Traditional Exhibition

The Glen Innes Art Gallery would like to invite you to participate in our 2016 Traditional Exhibition which will be held from Saturday 21 May to Friday 17 June.Works will be accepted at The Glen Innes Art Gallery (Learning Centre), 71 Grey St, Glen Innes on Tuesday 17 May 10am to 1pm.There will be a Gala Opening for this exhibition at Saturday 21 May at 4pm.Glen Innes Art Gallery is seeking exhibits/works in any media including but not limited to painting, sculpture, photography, textiles. Traditional art spans a wide range of individual styles that represent time-honored cultural values and is guided by conventions in regards to composition and form. This enables you as an artist a wide scope of subject matter and medium.Please find attached the Invitation to Exhibit and poster. 


For more information please contact Chris Price ccprice@bigpond.com.au or Marg Correy mcorrey3@bigpond.com

Download the Invitation PDF here! 



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