06 August 2015

St Michael’s Art Competition

Paint on canvas with paint brush

Does your artwork embodies the ideals of quietness?

As part of its annual St Michael’s Week celebrations, the church is holding its first ever Art Competition and you’re invited to enter your artwork for the chance to win $1000 and the opportunity to hold your own solo exhibition.

The competition

St Michael’s might be a church but it is also known for its relevant, contemporary preaching that embraces inner wellbeing as its core message. Its gallery represents the visual embodiment of such ideals, exhibiting artwork that connects with the ethos of St Michael’s.

To enter the competition, you are required to submit a piece of artwork that responds to or embodies the ideals of quietness.

Due to space restriction, the Gallery is limiting the work to the firs 40 entries to the size limit of 40cm x 40cm and only one artwork per artist will be exhibited.

Furthermore, there’s a submission fee of $25. However, we’re told while the fee is non-negotiable, you are welcome to sell your work at the event while it is being exhibited.


•$1000 prize

•Opportunity to hold your own solo exhibition in 2016


Entries close Monday 31 August 2015.

To download an entry application and for more information, go to St Michael’s Art Competition.

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