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The 26th Annual Wallace Art Awards 2017 - Last 10 days

The 26th Annual Wallace Art Awards 2017 - Last 10 days

The Academy Galleries continue to host the 26th Annual Wallace Art Awards 2017. This show has been brought to central Wellington with the generous support of Wellington City Council, and it is part of the NZ Festival.

We’ve received lots of really positive comments about the artworks which are by some of New Zealand’s leading contemporary artists. Many of the viewing public have also voted for the People’s Choice which attracts a cash prize of $750 for the winning artist – it’s your chance to have your say if you’re in the gallery.

This show's season is coming to a close on 25 March. Don't miss out...open daily at the Academy Galleries, 1 Queens Wharf, Wellington from 10 am - entry is free.

To look at the winning works click on the following link.

https://wallaceartstrust.org.nz/2017-finalists/

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