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Art in the Libraries

City of Charles Sturt Libraries invites you to exhibit with us…

‘Art in the libraries’ is a program for local, new and established artists to exhibit their artwork at no cost in one of the five Charles Sturt Library locations. There is space for artworks and sculptures large or small, indoor or out.

The program is open to artists that live, work or attend an educational facility within the City of Charles Sturt. Each exhibition runs for 12 weeks with spaces available for an opening launch or open studio facilities.

What are the costs?

The exhibit space is free.

What do you need to know?

Applications to hold displays may be made all year round.

Applications should include:

  • Digital images, photographs or photocopies of the proposed works to be exhibited (please do not send original artworks).
  • Concept and rationale for the Display – up to 500 words typed or clearly printed.
  • A statement in 35 words which may be used for promotional purposes.
  • Exact details of numbers, size and medium of artworks.
  • Current CV of the artists(s) involved.
  • Any preference for dates.

How to apply?

What happens next?

You will receive an email acknowledging receipt of your application.

Only submissions that address all of our criteria will be considered. The City of Charles Sturt Library Service reserves the right to not accept any application submitted for application.

Once submission has been accepted the artist will be notified by mail and contractual negotiations will be undertaken between the artist(s) and the City of Charles Sturt Library Service.

Who to call for help?

Literacy & Learning Officer Adult & Youth
Phone: (08) 8408 1333

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