Advocate Art Award, 2019

Congratulations if you have entered the prestigious ‘Advocate Art Award, 2019’.

Delivery of entries: (Late deliveries may not be accepted.)

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  • Dates: Monday 22nd or Tues 23rd July,
  • Venue: Gallery 1, Araluen Arts Centre, Larapinta Drive, Alice Springs.
  • Time: between 10:00am and 4:00pm

Exhibition opens: Friday 26th July – 6:00pm – Araluen Arts Centre

Good luck

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(Winner 2018 Advocate Art Award – Reece McBurnie)

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Advocate Art Award, 2019 – Last day for entry

The Advocate Art Award, 2019 is here!

  • Entries close on Friday 12th July at 5:00pm
  • More sections to enter. Prestigious prizes.

Exhibition opens Friday 26th July – 6:00pm – Araluen Arts Centre

  • Click here to enter online, or to download an entry form.
  • Deliveries of art work – Monday 22nd or Tues 23rd July, Gallery 1, Araluen Arts Centre between 10:00am and 4:00pm
mcburnie2018

(Winner 2018 Advocate Art Award – Reece McBurnie)

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A Man and His Hat – Exhibition

A Man and His Hat

The Residency Arts Program is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Alice Springs artist

Betty Davies

Through a series of impressionistic portraits, the significance of the iconic stockman’s hat is presented as a tribute to the bushmen of Central Australia.

‘A hat defines a man in terms of identity and lifestyle, and much careful deliberation goes into the choosing of this treasured item of male attire’

Join us at the Residency for the opening
Sat 1st July at 11 am

The Residency is located on the corner of Parsons and Hartley Streets

‘Summary of Small Things’ – by Carol Adams

Book launch – NT Writers Festival

  • Friday 19th May
  • Olive Pink Botanic Gardens
  • 5:00pm – 5:45pm

You are welcome to come.

  • As we hover over Alice Springs I notice a maze of brown, twisting threads.
  • I bought a sledgehammer to take up some of the concrete path for my stream.
  • This country does that. It empties you of certainties and refills you with questions.

Poetic fragments from the journal of musician and artist, Carol Adams, spanning the closing months of a year in the remote desert town of Alice Springs. Introduced by Dougal Beattie.

Astute observations…. shine through Carol’s diary as she prepares to exhibit her paintings. Her healthy self-doubt is balanced by agile and sure prose that has an inviting, chatty confidentiality. Rod Moss

Published by Ptilotus Press as part of the new Inland Writers Series.
All proceeds to Ptilotus Press which is a small volunteer publishing group, publishing writing from Central Australia.