Contemporary Jewellers from across Australia will have their recent work on display in this exhibition. The award is an acquisitive award with $6000 going to the winner and a $1000 prize for a Riverina entrant. These awards are sponsored by Griffith City Council and will be announced at the opening event.
The exhibition will be on display until Sunday 23rd September and includes the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery's National Emerging Art Glass Prize, an acquisitive, biennial national competition established to promote innovation and excellence in contemporary glass - this will be exhibiting at the same time. Find out more about the NEAGP here.
Image: Claire McArdle, Snorkel (whistle),2016, neckpiece, agatised fossil coral, wood, cord. Winner of the National Contemporary Jewellery Award, 2016