Exhibition Opening Times and Events
Friday 6.30pm to 9.30pm Opening Night Members free Guests $10
Ticketed event via Eventbrite
Saturday 10.00am to 4.00pm Exhibition open to the public, $5 entry
Sunday 10.00am to 4.00pm Exhibition open to the public, $5 entry
Monday 10.00am to 1.00pm Exhibition Open to the Public, $5 entry
Call for volunteers
Anglesea Art House member volunteers enable the Art Show to happen.
Please nominate on the Volunteer Form a day, time and tasks that you can assist with over the exhibition.
Terms and Conditions
Entries close on Wednesday 17 May 2023.
Entrants must be current financial members of the Anglesea Art House.
Number of entries:
2 D – Framed Paintings or Prints – 3 items
2 D – Unframed works – 8 items
3 D – Ceramics, glass and textiles – 3 items
A non-refundable entry fee must accompany the entry form.
Art works – A fee of $7.00 per entry except unframed works which are $5.00 per entry.
Sales table – One table per member $25.00 per table
20% Commission will be charged on each sale of exhibition artworks and sales from sales tables.
ALL work must be for sale.
All works must be labelled prior to drop off.
Clearly write the name of the artist, medium, title and price of exhibit on the BACK of each artwork.
All entries on stretched canvas will be treated as a ‘framed’ painting with the appropriate entry fee
A central pay station will record and receipt all sales.
Best Artwork of the Show $250 Other prizes $100
Best Oil Painting
Best Acrylic Painting
Mixed Media (including Jewellery, Metalwork, Sculpture)
Best Table Display
Winners will be announced at the official opening on Friday 9th June 2022 at 7:00pm and we encourage you to attend this function.
The Peoples’ Choice award for all artwork will be announced in the Anglesea Art House Newsletter following the exhibition and the winner will be advised.
Dimensions and Space Allocation
2D – No work submitted may have a length of any side of the artwork that exceeds 1m including the frame. Paintings entered as unframed will not be hung. It is your responsibility to retain a list of items you are exhibiting.
3D – Please indicate if a plinth is required for your artwork the base of which must not exceed 300mm x 300mm.
Textiles to be hung must have a casing at the back of the work and a timber dowel rod to be supplied by the artist which does not exceed the width of the quilt. Special display props should be discussed with the exhibition co-ordinator prior to delivery of artwork.
Sales tables – Trestle tables will be supplied. A floor plan will show table allocation.
Delivery of Artwork
Members should present their artwork to the registrars at the front foyer of the Anglesea Memorial Hall.
2D – Drop off between 11:00am and 3:00 pm on Thursday 8thJune
3D AND TEXTILE ARTWORK Drop off between 10.00am and 1.00pm on Friday 9th June
SALES TABLE SET UP between 10am and 1pm on Friday 9th June
Collection of Unsold Works
All works must be collected between 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm on Monday 12th June.
Please deregister your unsold work at the desk on entry to the hall.
A volunteer will direct you to your unsold art work for collection.
The hall will be closed at 5:00 pm so all art work must be collected prior to this.
If you can’t pick up your work at the above time, please nominate another person and ensure they have a text message or similar to authorise this change.
Please do not bring bags or boxes into the hall before 2:00 pm on Monday 12th June.
By completing the entry form, the entrant agrees to the terms and conditions of entry applicable to the Anglesea Art House Exhibition 2023.
Payment for Sold Artwork
A central pay station will record and receipt all sales including sales table items which incur 20% commission.
Payment for items sold, less 20% commission, will be made by direct credit to your nominated bank account within 28 days. The Art House does not collect GST. This is your responsibility if you are GST registered.
All artwork MUST be the artist’s original work, not copies of other artists’ work or done at Anglesea Art House classes where students do the same work guided by a tutor or in breach of copyright.
Entries must not have been previously exhibited in an Anglesea Art House Exhibition.
Care will be taken with exhibits but no liability will be accepted for loss or damage to exhibits.
Exhibitors are advised to insure their work. The Committee reserves the right to display artwork as it sees fit, reject any artwork deemed unsuitable or which breach the conditions of entry.