Knuldoorong Art Exhibition seeking First Nations entries

Entries are now open for First Nations artists and creatives to showcase their work at the Knuldoorong Art Exhibition at Dudley House during NAIDOC Week.

City of Greater Bendigo Creative Communities Arts Officer Janet Bromley said the exhibition was a fantastic showcase for local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander creatives to share and celebrate culture.

“Entries have opened to exhibit at the Knuldoorong Art Exhibition and First Nations artists and creatives of all ages are invited to apply either online or submit a hard copy form. Entries close on Wednesday June 22,” Ms Bromley said.

“The exhibition is part of NAIDOC Week and brings together artworks from local First Nations artists and creatives who specialise in a variety of disciplines such as painting, weaving, sculpture, prints, jewellery and photography.

“NAIDOC celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the Knuldoorong Art Exhibition is a wonderful opportunity for First Nations artists to showcase and share their artworks and culture with the wider community.

“Works can be bought directly from the artists, so this is a great way to support First Nations artists living and working in central Victoria.”

The Knuldoorong Art Exhibition is free and will be open at Dudley House on View Street between 11am and 4pm daily from Friday July 1 to Sunday July 10 (please note, it is not open on Monday July 4).

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