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Diversity in Print 2015 An Exhibition of Prints

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Diversity in Print is an annual exhibition hosted by the Royal Queensland Art Society.

It is the only local prize offered to printmakers and this year's exhibition will take place from Tuesday 21st April to Sunday 17th May 2015 at Petrie Terrace Gallery.

The exhibition will be officially opened on Wednesday 22nd April at 7pm.

Frances McKennariey MA (Vis Arts), BEd, a practising artist, educator will act as judge on the evening and will present the prizes to the winning printmakers; including $700 for First Prize, $200 for Second Prize and $100 for Peoples Choice. Previous winners of the Diversity in Print award include Sue Pickford in 2013 and David Nixon in 2014.

Following the judging and opening night event, the exhibition will be open to the public every day from 10 am to 3.30 pm (expect Mondays.)

The group exhibition showcases a wide range of printing techniques, including screen printing, etching, wood cut, lino cut and digital creations.

You'll find a wide range of styles, themes and mediums on display and the various works will also be available for sale at affordable prices.

This is a great opportunity to purchase a unique print for the home or office.

Entry is free and ample free parking in the streets around the gallery but please observe the signs.

For more information on this upcoming event, please visit

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When: Tuesday 21st April to Sunday 17th May 2015, 10 am to 3.30 pm.
Open every day except Mondays
Where: Petrie Terrace Gallery, 3/162 Petrie Terrace Brisbane
Cost: Free Entry
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