Archibald Prize Regional Tour 2015 - Art Collector

Carla Fletcher Jenny Kee © The artist. Portrait of Jenny Kee, fashion designer.Courtesy the artist and Blue Mountains Cultural Centre

The Archibald Prize Regional Tour 2015 is an Art Gallery of New South Wales touring exhibition.

The exhibition presents the finalists from this highly-anticipated and much loved major portraiture prize held annually by the Art Gallery of NSW. The Archibald Prize awards $100,000 to the winning artist. Entries must be painted in the past year, from at least one live sitting with the artist. Finalists are exhibited at the Art Gallery of NSW before touring, providing regional Australian audiences the opportunity to experience and enjoy the Archibald Prize in their local community. The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre is the final venue on the tour. Don't miss out on this nationally acclaimed exhibition.

Exhibition opens: 6pm-8pm, 10 June 2016
Exhibition closes: 24 July 2016
Location: Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, 30 Parke Street, Katoomba NSW 2780
Contact: 02 4780 5410

About Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
Opened 17 November 2012, the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre features the Blue Mountains City Art Gallery and World Heritage Exhibition which is devoted to education about the distinctive environment, history and culture of the Blue Mountains region. The Cultural Centre is co-located with the new Katoomba Library.

The Cultural Centre showcases innovative, diverse, distinctive and creative cultural programs for enjoyment by residents of, and visitors to, the Blue Mountains.

Built on the highest point in Katoomba with panoramic views of the World Heritage area, it links the main shopping precinct on Katoomba Street through enhanced pedestrian connections.

Being the first publicly owned and managed, purpose designed facility of the arts to be constructed in the Blue Mountains, it is expected that the development will significantly contribute to the improvement of the economic health and cultural vitality of the Blue Mountains and the surrounding regions.

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