APPLICATION PERIOD EXTENDED!
APPLICATIONS FOR MAX22 STILL OPEN!
GET YOUR FORM HERE!
Mountains Arts Xpo 2022
Artists & Artisans Exhibition
17th -18th September 2022
Spring in the stunning
Blue Mountains at
The Fairmont Resort - Leura
APPLICATIONS HAVE BEEN EXTENDED so your application to Exhibit needs to be emailed to email@example.com by May 30th. Part of the growing high-quality artisanal movement, the Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network (BMCAN) Festival Committee has the pleasure of inviting you to apply to MAX22 – the Mountains Arts XPO 2022 Festival.
The Artesian Fair component of the XPO is to be held on the oval grounds of the Fairmont Resort on the weekend of Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 September 2022, from 9.00 am-4.00 pm.
MAX22 will be a curated & themed exhibition enabling you to join a wide range of very talented artists & artisans showing the high standard & quality of their work. See more here www.max22.com.au
Marquees (White 2.4m x 2.4m with inbuilt benches on three sides) will be provided. All covering cloths, chairs, shelving, lighting, and props are to be provided by you.
Applications are now open and
close on Monday, 30th, May.
To apply to be an exhibitor click the link below and download an application form. You will be contacted by the MAX committe to discuss the details of becoming one of the participants of MAX22 . We look forward to hearing from you.
Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network
CONNECTING CREATIVES ACROSS THE GREATER BLUE MOUNTAINS
DARUG, GUNDUNGURRA AND WIRADJURI COUNTRY
WELCOME TO BMCAN
Connecting Creatives Across the Greater Blue Mountains
We are delighted to welcome you to the Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network (BMCAN) — a vibrant, engaged community of creatives living in the Greater Blue Mountains encompassing the City of Blue Mountains and the Seven Valleys (Lithgow).
In collaboration with our partner organisations, we seek to support all arts genres and to project a positive image, regionally, nationally and internationally of Greater Blue Mountains arts and culture through member-initiated projects, art exhibitions and through multi-arts events with our network partners.
We offer our members personalised pages on our website, and the opportunity to engage in thought leadership through our blog and forums.
The BMCAN community is supported by a volunteer management committee that meets once a month and reports to our members through our quarterly ARTBytes e-newsletter.
Members can get involved in the full range of our activities and projects, which you can learn about elsewhere on this website:
- Seek support for your project from fellow members in the network
- As a visual artist, help to support and exhibit in our exhibition programs
- Have your personal page linked to your own artwork and projects on our website
- As a writer, contribute to our Wild Mountain Collective blog and ARTBytes quarterly newsletter
- As a cultural worker in the community, help us build strong partnerships with other cultural organisations
- As a creative use BMCAN as your auspicing body if you are applying for a grant
- As a musician or performing artist, work with us to initiate and run multi-arts events that showcase your talents
- As a network partner, work with us to initiate projects that support the creative community.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to members of the Management Committee to discuss your ideas and needs.
BMCAN ARTBytes Newsflash
Call For Submissions For BMCAN ARTBytes Autumn Edition 2022
Please let us know what you are up to as we call for submissions for our Autumn edition of ARTBytes, the Quarterly BMCAN Newsletter.
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