Nan Tien Art Gallery
The vision of the Nan Tien Art Gallery (NTAG) is to serve the community by providing a place for spiritual growth and an opportunity to integrate Buddhism with culture and art. Through educational programs, the Gallery aims to purify the people’s mind, and to plant the roots to future generations, promoting healthy children and family activities, bringing art into daily life, and spreading joy to the world.
Community Engagement Art Project
The Community Engagement Art Project is organised by the NTAG as an outreach to its local community. It is open to artists in the region of Illawarra. The title for the 2019 Community Engagement Art Project is “Season of Love” and will take place from 7 December 2019 to 8 March 2020 in the NTAG. Submitted art works may consist of traditional or contemporary art forms and must be created under the theme “What is Love?”, based on articles by Venerable Master Hsing Yun, founder of the NTAG.
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
The Community Engagement Art Project is open to artists in the region of Illawarra. Artists in the region may submit an “expression of interest” either online or by post mail.
Conditions apply and applicants are to read these carefully and then fill in and return the attached application form with an outline on the preliminary concept of proposed art work/s and appropriate supplementary material.
Completed ‘Expression of Interest’ applications are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or addressed and mailed to Nan Tien Art Gallery, 231 Nolan Street, Unanderra NSW 2526 by close of business Wednesday 31 July 2019 (no late applications will be accepted). Artists will be notified by email of the success of their application by mid August 2019.
Artists may submit a maximum of 5 art works for the exhibition.
The management reserves the right to accept or reject any application without entering into further discussion.
An exhibition launch will be held on 7 Dec 2019, Saturday from 1.30pm to 3.30pm. A contribution of $50 towards catering is required.
Art works may be for sale. 40% of the proceeds goes to support the Hsing Yun Education Foundation.