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Regional Gallery Goes Retail

Griffith Regional Art Gallery has recently opened the Griffith Regional Art Gallery Shop, providing local creatives with the opportunity to display and sell their original art and craft products.

Expressions of Interest are being sought from locals who would like to sell their goods at the Gallery Shop.

Gallery Coordinator, Raymond Wholohan said they are looking for professionally presented hand crafted/artisan objects or art and design works which can be sold as giftware.

“The idea of this shop is to engage locals with the Gallery and encourage people to see the Gallery as something more than a traditional museum venture,” said Mr Wholohan.

“Some ideas of products we are looking for include, jewellery, candles, cards, pottery, prints and other small giftware. Our hope it to have the Shop in full swing prior to Christmas.”

Applications can be obtained on the Gallery website, at the Gallery or via email. Works that are successful in the application will be on consignment for 3 months.

After this period, applicants can re-apply to sell their products for the next 3 month period and so on.
“Many other regional art galleries have a retail venture and Griffith Regional Art Gallery ran a very successful shop in the past,” said Mr Wholohan.

“In the New Year we will look to have an official launch of the Shop and it is anticipated we will be able of offer patron’s some wonderful introductory offers.”

The Gallery Shop will be open during the Griffith Regional Art Gallery’s ordinary opening hours, including weekends.

For further information, please contact the Gallery on 02 6962 8338. Griffith Regional Art Gallery is located at 167 Banna Avenue, Griffith. Gallery hours are Wednesday to Friday 10am to 5pm and weekends from 11am to 2pm.

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