Art Week is a great week to support and celebrate student art and to create more awareness of the exceptional art around Dunedin. This year’s Art Week is packed with events, activities and installations for everyone to enjoy! We will be back with the popular Student Art Exhibition + Sale, Virtual Reality Art, Paint + Sip Evening and City Gallery Crawl, as well as many other great interactive installations and activities. You don’t have to be an enthusiastic art student to be part of this great week, as anyone can discover and appreciate art, so get involved!

Location: Union Hall
Date:
14 - 17 August
Time:
9am-9pm daily | Price: Free

The 30th Annual Student Art Exhibition & Sale runs all week from Monday 14 August through to Thursday 17 August and is open 9am-9pm daily (excluding Thursday with 4pm close) for your viewing pleasure. Take a study break and head on down to Union Hall to view some beautiful art from your fellow students, maybe even make a purchase!

Call for Entries

If you want to enter some of your work in the exhibition (either to earn some dosh or just some admiration) you have until 5pm 1 August 2017 to register. You can put anything in the exhibition: from one-off works of art, through to prints or jewellery, sculpture works, photography, zines... anything you like. By entering in the exhibition, you also will be in the running for some sweet prizes that have a combined value of over $2,000.

There are six category that has each an overall winner & runner-up:

  • Painting Excellence Award
  • Photography Excellence Award
  • Illustration/Drawing Excellence Award
  • Sculpture Excellence Award
  • Other Medium Excellence Award
  • People’s Choice Award (as voted by students)
  • To Register: You can do it online here OR Download an entry form here, fill it out, and drop it into the OUSA Main Office, of email it to artweek@ousa.org.nz by the 1st of August

    Make sure you read the Exhibition Entry Guidelines before you enter: >> Download the Exhibition Entry Guidelines PDF here If you've got any questions, flick us an email: artweek@ousa.org.nz