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Archibald Prize 2021 has opened at the Gippsland Art Gallery in Sale for next 45 days
Archibald Prize opens at Gippsland Art Gallery and portraits featured.
After months of anticipation, the Archibald Prize 2021 has opened at the Gippsland Art Gallery in Sale and we can't wait to welcome locals and visitors through the doors over the next 45 days.Now is the perfect time to get your ticket to the Archibald Prize exhibition and start planning other activities while you're visiting the Port of Sale precinct.
Gippsland Art Gallery is the exclusive Victorian tour venue for the Archibald Prize 2021 regional tour, Australia's oldest and most prestigious art award
Portraits on display
The exhibition features 52 portraits on display including the winning entry, Peter Wegner's painting of fellow artist Guy Warren, as well as the Packing Room Prize winner, Kathrin Longhurst's portrait of beloved singer Kate Ceberano. Tickets to the Archibald Prize 2021 at Gippsland Art Gallery are $17 for adults, $15 for seniors, $11 for concession card holders and students, and $9 for children 5-17.
Visit Archibald Prize for tickets and more information about what's on during the Archibald Prize.
Pictures from Wellington Shire Council website.
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