exhibitions

ReVive Art Prize 2019
2019 Finalists
Sat 2 November – Sun 24 November 2019

Mark Ward, Hybrid Trucks, 2019, mixed media, 45 x 28 x 6cm. Photo: Courtesy of Artist

Opening night: Friday 1 November, 6 – 8pm

Public programs: Saturday 2 November, 11am

Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday 10am – 4pm

The ever popular biennial ReVive Art Prize returns to Eurobodalla in 2019 at the Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre. Open to all artists, crafts people and creative makers who reside in Eurobodalla, the Bega Valley or the Snowy Monaro Shires this exhibition showcases artworks made primarily from materials sourced from the waste stream. Combining innovation with education, finalist artists are eligible for a share of a $4000 prize pool.

Winners will be announced at the opening night of the exhibition.

2019 Finalists

ADRIENNE CONWAY

ANNE BRUCE

ANTOINETTE VAN GEET

CARMEL COX

FRANKIE BLISS

GEOFFREY ODGERS

JULIE BRENNAN

LEE HONEY

LETTIE POPE

LOUISE ROSSI

MARGARET AINSCOW

MARK WARD

MICHELLE SLEZAK

NICK HOPKINS

NOELENE CALE ANDERSON

PAUL WARE

THERESA MATTHEWS

TIM BARRASS

Opening night

Friday 1 November, 6 – 8pm

Join us for the opening night and winner and runner-up announcement of the 2019 ReVive Art Prize. This is opportunity to meet the finalists, enjoy a glass of wine and dive into lively conversation with fellow art-lovers.

Public program

Panel discussion: Saturday 2 November, 11am

In celebration of Recycling Week we will be hosting a panel discussion to dissect the topics of environment, waste and dwindling resources and the place of creativity within the solution to this global problem. This inclusive event invites the audience to participate and learn from our panel of experts. Special guests to be announced.

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ReVive Art Prize 2019
ReVive Art Prize 2019
2019 Finalists
Sat 2 Nov - Sun 24 Nov 2019
The Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre recognises Aboriginal people as the original inhabitants and custodians of all land and water in the Eurobodalla and respects their enduring cultural and spiritual connection to it. The Bas acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land in which we live and pays respect to Elders past, present and future.