2018 Fleurieu Biennale Art Prize
In 2018 the Fleurieu Biennale Art Prize is celebrating it’s 20th Anniversary by returning home to the Fleurieu Peninsula with a $25,000 prize and a People’s Choice prize of $3000. Artists from all over Australia have responded to the theme “ A Sense of Place”. Finalists selected by judges Christopher Orchard, Emma Fey, and Godwin Bradbeer which will be shown at the Stump Hill Gallery and Fleurieu Arthouse in McLaren Vale and Signal Point Gallery in Goolwa from 16 June to 22 July.
With exhibitions in McLaren Vale and Goolwa, what better reason to stay and give yourself time to explore all that the Fleurieu Peninsula has to offer. Enjoy the arts, wine, and great local produce. The Fleurieu Peninsula has much to offer visitors; beautiful vistas from vineyards, and rolling hills to pristine beaches.
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