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Art applications open for City of Whittlesea’s Annual Art Exhibition

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Artists are encouraged to use webs as a metaphor to explore the connections that shape communities, as part of the City of Whittlesea’s Annual Art Exhibition.

Carrying the theme of ‘The Webs We Weave’, the exhibition will feature artists of all ages, abilities, and cultural backgrounds using diverse mediums such as painting, sculpture, literature, new media and digital art.

Artists are being are urged to draw inspiration from different sources of connections, ranging from physical spider webs to social networks and emotional ties.

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Chair administrator Lydia Wilson said council was looking forward to supporting artistic talent through this year’s exhibition.

“We are proud to support artists with this annual exhibition. The Webs We Weave theme offers possibilities for artistic exploration, fostering creativity and self-expression. We hope the exhibition will create conversations in our community,” she said.

Selected artworks will be showcased in The Great Hall, Civic Centre Office, at 25 Ferres Boulevard, South Morang, from November 17 until December 15.

To participate, artists are invited to submit an application by 5pm on September 18. Successful applicants will be notified on October 2.

For more information and to submit applications, visit

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