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Mandorla 2018 Selection Panel Members Announced

31 October, 2017

The Selection Panel for the 2018 Mandorla Art Award have been announced.  This panel determines the shortlist of artworks to be displayed at the Finalists Exhibition in June 2018 at Turner Galleries.  Consisting of two arts professionals and one theologian...

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Thank you to all who attended the Mandorla Artist Forums

25 September, 2017

Over the past two months, the Mandorla Art Award committee has been spreading the word of the 2018 award all over the country. The committee hosts Artist Forums as an opportunity for artists to hear from leading theologians and previous...

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Forum Updates

28 June, 2017

Below are the latest forum updates. Thanks to those who have attended the past ones. The Mandorla Committee hosts a number of Artist Forums to assist artists to gain a deeper understanding of the chosen theme.  Please join us for...

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Forum dates & Locations

31 May, 2017

The Mandorla Committee hosts a number of Artist Forums to assist artists to gain a deeper understanding of the chosen theme.  Please join us for a discussion and questions. Date Location Venue 23 June Newcastle TBA 24 June Sydney TBA...

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Address from Dr Angela McCarthy

31 March, 2017

This is truly a memorable occasion. We are gathered to celebrate the word of God in two particular ways – through the work of the Bible Society and the work of artists supported by the Mandorla Art Award. Thank you...

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New Theme for 2018 revealed by Reverend Professor Bill Loader

29 March, 2017

By Revd Emeritus Professor William Loader, FAHA Formerly Professor of New Testament Murdoch University Minister of the Uniting Church in Australia Thursday 30 March 2017 It is my pleasure and privilege to announce the theme for the Mandorla Art Award...

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2018 Mandorla Art Award launched

20 March, 2017

The 2018 Mandorla Art Award was launched on March 30 in conjunction with the Bible Society of Australia celebrating their 200th anniversary. It took place in Wesley Church in the city with an exhibition of 12 of the finalists from...

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