Known as Dunedoo's popular annual competition for hanging art, photography and ceramics, the exhibition will be open to the public on Saturday, May 23 and Sunday, May 24 at Dunedoo Central School hall.
Artists in the fields of hanging art, photography and ceramics must submit entry forms by April 23 to be eligible to compete for more than $11,000 worth of prizes on offer.
Works are due for personal delivery on May 16 and 17, with postal deliveries due prior to May 14.
The prize pool includes the $3000 Pro Hart Prize for Hanging Art, the $3000 Print Storm Prize for Photography and the $3000 Art Unlimited Ceramics Prize.
Other prizes include the People's Choice Award of $500, Orana Arts Indigenous artist prize of $500 and a $500 prize plus an exhibition opportunity from Fairview ArtSpace Mudgee.
The Janace Holmes Family Memorial Prize is worth $250 and ABC Western Plains offers $250 worth of ABC merchandise for the work that best depicts the western region.
The Art Unlimited judging panel consists of Orange Regional Gallery director, Lisa Loader, photographer and photo journalist, Bob Hughes, and acclaimed potter, Nerrida Barber.
Full details about Art Unlimited can be found at www.artunlimitednsw.com.au.
Entry forms can be downloaded from the site.
Entry fees are $10 for each work submitted and there is a limit of five works per entrant per category
Original article courtesy Dubbo Daily Liberal