NYE Festival Art Exhibition
The annual Tropical Fruits Art Exhibition aims to showcase the enormous diversity and talent of GLBTI artists, as well as provide an opportunity for local, interstate and international artists to communicate with each other and potential clients.
The Tropical Fruits Inc is calling all GLBTI artists to gather again and exhibit their artworks at this year’s New Year’s Eve event. This year artists are free to express themselves in any form, style and theme.
All pieces will be judged by a selection of respected judges which in 2016 included, Lismore Lord Mayor Isaac Smith and Rhonda Armistead, who is a contemporary artist from the Northern Rivers and a member of the Australian Guild of Realist Artists.
1st Prize $500
2nd Prize $250
3rd Prize $150
People’s Choice Prize $250
Rising Star Prize* Art Supplies to the value of $150
(*for the Up and Coming New Artist Prize See Terms and Conditions on Registration Form)
Artworks delivered to Lismore Showgrounds from 10am 27th December and before 2pm 30th December 28 : Collection from 10am – 2pm January 2nd.
The GLAMATRON Art Space will be open from 8pm New Year’s Eve once judging has taken place in the Arts and Crafts Pavilion at the Lismore showgrounds over the 2-day New Year’s event.
There is no registration fee and Tropical Fruits does not take any commission on sales generated at the showground.
The Tropical Fruits Inc is dedicated to supporting GLBTI artists in a fun, safe and inclusive atmosphere
Download the Art Exhibition Information Form 2016