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Redcliffe Art Gallery
5 Dec, 2020 - 27 Feb, 2021
'15 Artists' is an annual acquisitive prize developed to enhance the Moreton Bay Regional Council Art Collection and exhibition program.
Each year, 15 artists are invited by Moreton Bay Regional Council to participate in the exhibition, with the winning artist awarded $15,000 and their work acquired into Council’s art collection. The exhibition aims to highlight recent works by Australian artists and provide Council with an opportunity to present diverse voices and ideas.
Exhibition developed by Moreton Bay Regional Council.
Image credit: Ryan Presley, 'The Dunes (How good is Australia?)', 2019. Oil on board. Winner 15 Artists 2019, Moreton Bay Regional Council Art Collection.
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