AGL Port Stephens Art Competition & Exhibition

Tomaree Museum Association generously supported by AGL will be staging an AGL Port Stephens Art Competition over the Christmas Holiday period with an announcement of winners on the
26th of January 2021.


This event is a launch event for the Tomaree Museum Project, which aims to develop a world class publicly owned Port Stephens Centre. This multi-purpose cultural centre will comprise a Tomaree Regional Museum, an Art and Cultural Centre, and a Multi-use Space for exhibitions and conferences.


The AGL Port Stephens Art Competition will explore the heritage and sustainability themes of the Tomaree Museum Project and the artwork will help define the Port Stephens identity.

The competition will feature a free exhibition of competition entries which is open to the whole community. 

What:  AGL Port Stephens Art Competition and Exhibition

Eligible Artists:   Any Port Stephens resident.

Entry submission date:   All entries must be received before midnight 15th January 2021

Winners announced:   26th January 2021

Prizes:   1st prize $2000; 

              2nd Prize $1200; 

              3rd Prize $800

Exhibition:   10am-4pm 23rd to 31st January 2021
                     at Broughtons at The Bay, 
                     Balcony level at d’Albora Marina Nelson Bay

Download your entry form by clicking the PDF icon.

This AGL Port Stephens Art Competition and Exhibition represents a wonderful collaboration
between the Tomaree Museum Association, AGL and the Port Stephens Community.


The Tomaree Museum Association Incorporated aims to develop a  regional museum and interpretative centre to document, protect and promote the history and changing natural environment of Port Stephens.



The Tomaree Museum Association acknowledges the Worimi people, the traditional owners and custodians of the land and waters upon which Tomaree Museum stands. We should like to pay our respect to the Elders past and present, and through them to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are advised that this website contains a range of material which may be culturally sensitive including records of people who may have passed away.

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