Post Office Lane Lightbox Gallery seeks a new exhibition

Published on Friday, 6 May 2022 at 8:49:03 AM

A new artist is being sought by the City of Greater Geraldton to display their works in the Post Office Lane Lightbox Gallery – an outdoor exhibition space in the CBD.

This showcase will provide yet-another local artist with a unique platform to present their creations to the community.

City of Greater Geraldton Deputy Mayor Jerry Clune urged artists to apply.

“The Post Office Lane Lightbox Gallery is a cultural asset for the Midwest and is popular with both locals and visitors,” he said.

“For artists to have their works displayed at this accessible location provides creatives with an opportunity to promote their art to a wider audience, around the clock.

“There are limited spaces available each year so we encourage all our talented artists to put forward an expression of interest.”

The Post Office Lane Lightbox Gallery in Rocks Laneway is made up of eight lightbox cabinets and will soon display River, Ocean & Sky by Nicole Dickerson.

The successful applicant for the next exhibition will receive a budget of $1,000 to cover the costs related to the development, marketing and presentation of their work.

Expressions of interest must be submitted by COB Friday 20 May. For more information and to submit an expression of interest please click here.


Photo caption: Post Office Lane Lightbox Gallery. Photo by Karl Monaghan.

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