THE Montague Art and Craft Society (MACS) will be holding its 33rd annual Easter Exhibition from April 19-22 this year.
Last year’s exhibition was a huge success attracting artists across many fields including painting, drawing, mosaics, wearable art, photography and 3D works.
MACS meanwhile is raffling off two artworks, a landscape painting by Margaret Moran and a chair entitled “Honey Pot”, to raise funds for the exhibition – keep an eye out for tickets around town.
The MACS exhibition will be part of a great month for visitors during April with the town hosting the Narooma Oyster Festival on the first weekend.
It also follows two very successful recent exhibitions, the ReVive show at the Mechanics Institute in Moruya and SoArt Narooma’s “Artful 9” mosaic exhibition - both illustrating the calibre of local talent.
This year, the MACS Easter Exhibition will continue to encourage diversity offering 13 prize-winning categories for exhibitors with valued sponsorship and support from local business.
The Best in Show award is valued at $1000 and two special awards for youth and indigenous artists valued at $500 each.
Entry forms are on the MACS website at Eurobodalla.org.au/macs.