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Northern Rivers Community Gallery, in Ballina, is currently inviting exhibition applications across all art forms for their 2021 exhibition program, and for limited remaining spaces in 2020.

NRCG provides a unique opportunity for artists to present works to new and diverse audiences in a beautiful heritage space.

The gallery features four professional exhibition spaces equipped with a professional lighting and hanging system, and audio/video capability in gallery space 4.

The NRCG welcomes proposals across all art forms including but not limited to: visual arts, sculpture, craft, design, digital media, performance, installation/site specific works and cultural heritage that display innovative ideas and approaches to contemporary arts practice.

They are seeking applications not just from individual artists, but also from artist groups and curators.

Successful applicants will be offered a place in the eight-week exhibition cycle between August 2020 and Dec 2021.

Click here to apply to exhibit.

First round Applications close Monday 30 June 2020. The second round closes Sunday 31 August 2020.

Find out more at the gallery website: https://www.nrcgballina.com.au

The Northern Rivers Community Gallery is located at 44 Cherry Street Ballina and is currently open Wednesday to Friday from 10am until 4pm (temporarily closed on weekends).


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