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Monday, 14 January 2019

Hunters Hill Art Exhibition

The annual Hunters Hill Art Exhibition began in 1955 and is the longest continuously running exhibition in NSW. Public awareness of the exhibition has grown over the last few years and it now offers an increased number of prizes, categories, guided tours of the Exhibition and an “art-walk” to various venues in Hunters Hill.

How to Enter

Entry into the Hunter’s Hill Art Exhibition is selective and highly competitive. A team of 3 judges annually select and award works from hundreds of entries received from all over Australia.

This year there are two ways to enter:-

1. Download the interactive Entry Form when it becomes available, and fill in one for each artwork to be submitted, and post in or deliver with your payment. (See below under "Download files" when available).
2. Follow the external web link below to fill in forms and pay on line (when available). (See below under "External Web Links" when available).

Please ensure that you read carefully the Terms and Conditions as they do vary from Exhibition to Exhibition.

Volunteers Needed

Volunteering to help during the Hunters Hill Art Exhibition is a fun and rewarding experience. This Exhibition depends on enthusiastic volunteers to assist with the day to day operations, and even just committing to one day is very helpful.

More information will be available for download below.

Student Placement

For Students in Year 10 or above, contact Gabby Cleary on events@huntershill.nsw.gov.au and ask for a Student Volunteer Form - to find out about dates, times, locations and the permission requirements from your parents and school.

There are limited places for Students to participate so talk with your parents and apply now!

Information on the 2019 Exhibition

Please note that digitally created and photographs are excluded from selection.

Hunters Hill Art Prize

The Hunters Hill Art Prize has changed to include eligibility of all selected entries, including sculpture.

Water Colour Prize

Introducing Watercolour Prize to recognise the artists who seek to master this medium.

Smaller Works Prize

The 9 x 5 category has been renamed ‘Smaller Works’. Artists are now free to enter paintings or drawings up to and no larger than A 4, or 29.7 x 21 cm (Painted Area).

Pop–up galleries

Artists interested in being part of the pop-up gallery program please contact Gabby Cleary at Hunter’s Hill Council for more details.


If you do want to sell your art, we advise that it is sensibly priced artworks that sell.

Opening Night

Opening Night is 10 May 2019. All attending must obtain tickets, which are available online, from Council and on the Night.

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