Time is running out for artists to submit works responding to the theme Our People, Our Environment and be a part of a Midwinter Festival.
Mayor Libro Mustica said this exciting event will see a series of mini festivals across the four main towns of the shire.
“Central to this will be an outdoor gallery and performing space and we are asking our local artists to apply to be a part of the exhibition space,” Cr Mustica said.
“The exhibition is a way for artists to explore their stories, surroundings and the unique way of life in regional and rural Victoria.
“We encourage those entering to experiment with ideas and show us that art is integral to everyday life.”
The Moira Midwinter Festival will run from Friday 10 June through to Wednesday 6 July appearing for six days in each main town, kicking off in Yarrawonga, then heading to Nathalia, Cobram and Numurkah.
Cr Mustica said interested artists need to provide images of their work to be considered for selection and to visit Council’s website for all the details.
Entries close Monday 30 May.