The Belconnen Community Gallery is seeking expressions of interest from artists to exhibit in 2019. Situated in the Belconnen Community Centre, the Belconnen Community Gallery is an affordable alternative to commercial galleries focused on providing a balance of amateur, professional, and community based exhibitions. The Belconnen Community Gallery is dedicated to presenting work by local and emerging artists and arts groups.
About Belconnen Community Gallery
The Belconnen Community Gallery is at the heart of the Belconnen Community Centre. The gallery hosts exhibitions throughout the year, showcasing the work of local artists, BCS program participants, and community groups.
BCS supports the gallery through its well-established marketing and publicity activities. Exhibition information is emailed regularly to around 700 subscribers including local media. Belconnen Community Gallery also has its own Facebook group.
Exhibitions in the Belconnen Community Gallery can attract a more diverse audience than in a stand-alone gallery. Many regular visitors to the gallery are community centre users, including children from Ginninderra Early Childhood Centre and their families, people living with disability or mental illness who attend BCS programs, and people attending gym programs and social groups.
Works are displayed for a minimum booking period of two weeks.
Available Dates in 2019
|Exhibition/Group Title||from||to||#of weeks||Total Fees Due (incl. GST)|
|Available Exhibition||29 Apr||17 May||3||$725.00|
|Available Exhibition||02 Sep||13 Sep||2||$500.00|
|Available Exhibition||16 Sep||27 Sep||2||$500.00|
If you are interested in exhibiting in our gallery please contact Belconnen Community Gallery program coordinator Ben Drysdale on 6264 0252 or via email here.
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