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The Manjimup Art Gallery is located in Manjimup alongside the Public Library, on the corner of Mount and Rose Streets in Manjimup. Officially opened on 1 May 2016, the Art Gallery hosts regular exhibitions and is open during the same hours as the public library, see location information for details.
This exhibition showcases an outstanding collection
of works from the Southern Forests Photography Club’s 2020 competition. It
features photographs in a number of classes including Ready to hang - Open
and Monochrome, Matted - Open and Monochrome and Youth. The quality of the photos across a very
diverse range of themes will have you coming back again and again to marvel at
their beauty and complexity.
November - December 2020
The second year of the Cherry Harmony Festival Art Award will build on its very successful inaugural competition in 2019 which saw some 36 entries from artists both local and further afield. In 2020 it will again feature an Open Class, and a Young Artist Class. Entry forms for the 2020 Cherry Harmony Festival Art Award are available at https://www.cherryfestival.com.au. The 2019 winner of the Young Artist Class was Lily Gibbs-Hughes with her winning work, The Stories We Share.