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NRCG to present BAM Art Prize at Ballina

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Northern Rivers Community Gallery in Ballina is partnering with Byron Arts Magazine to present the BAM Art Prize finalist exhibition in 2020. Entries to the prize are now open to all Australian artists, and close 20 September.

There is a first prize of $5,000 (non -acquisitive), plus a cover feature on Byron Arts Magazine.

The BAM Art Prize is designed to promote awareness of the arts locally by presenting a national art prize here in the Northern Rivers.

The 2020 Judges are Lennox Head-based freelance arts writer Sharne Wolff and Director of the Lismore Regional Gallery Brett Adlington.

The exhibition will be held at NRGC at Cherry Street in Ballina from 21 October to 13 December 2020.

More info at the Northern Rivers Community Gallery website and BAM.


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