Following an announcement from the NSW Government on 23 December, additional entry requirements are now in place at MAC yapang.
Through this ongoing Art in Your Community program, MAC will be working with local artists, community groups and arts colleagues, to draw together showcase exhibitions for this new community space.
It’s a great opportunity for artists to show and sell artwork, for visitors to buy original artwork for their homes and for MAC to promote the creative talent in the City.
Works submitted are to be for sale. Sold works will be made available to the purchasers at the end of the exhibition period.
MAC is sitting on the largest saltwater lake in the country, we live near some of the most beautiful beaches in Australia. Water is crucial to survival. In this exhibition MAC invited creatives to submit 2D works inspired by the artists’ relationship to water.
Image: Hugh Cross, The old Wangi Power Station, 2019, sepia pen and watercolour on hot press watercolour paper, 33 x 41 cm
Museum of Art and Culture Lake Macquarie, 1A First Street, Booragul 2284 View in Google Maps
1A First Street ,