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Heritage Hill Museum and Historic Gardens

Heritage Hill Museum and Historic Gardens

Exhibition Call Out: Heritage Hill Museum and Historic Gardens

The City of Greater Dandenong is seeking applications from artists, community groups and community agencies who are interested in staging community based exhibitions in 2019.

A community based exhibition typically features exhibitions of artworks that celebrate belonging and participation in the community.

Three exhibition timeslots are available at Heritage Hill Museum and Historic Gardens in 2019, they are:

  • 23 April to 24 May 2019
  • 3 September to 5 October 2019
  • 19 November to 20 December 2019

Applicants please note that while you may have a preference of timeslot, it is not guaranteed that the City of Greater Dandenong can offer your first choice.

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Application process

To apply:

Complete the online application form

Apply Here

Or download and complete an Application Form 2019 (PDF - 244KB)


Your Exhibition proposal should include:

  • ­a brief written description of your exhibition proposal describing the underlying concepts, how it was developed and who was involved.
  • the community significance of the proposal (maximum of 300 words)
  • JPEG of images of artworks proposed or indicative of the work for the exhibition if possible (up to ten
  • biographies of key participants

Proposals are due on or before Monday 11 February 2019

Enquiries should be directed to 03 8706 8441. All interested parties are encouraged to view the spaces before submitting their application.

 

The Langley Gallery 1

Hire Fees in 2019

Heritage Hill Museum and Gardens

Exhibitions (fee per month for community group use)**

Benga – The Langley Gallery, Hallway

$312

Exhibitions (fee per month for community agency use)**

Benga – The Langley Gallery, Hallway

$415

*A community group is considered as a not-for-profit or voluntary group that receives minimal or no funding to run group activities and programs. It includes groups deemed to be providing services to the local community, such as hobby clubs, cultural or social clubs.

**A community agency is considered as a not-for-profit organisation that receives funding to provide services. It includes government departments, agencies, schools and some community groups.