BOAA- Biennale of Australian Art

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BOAA- Biennale of Australian Art

BOAA will be a free festival of visual art showcasing over 150 of Australia’s most innovative contemporary artists over 50 locations across Ballarat, Victoria from Sep 21- Nov 6 2018

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BOAA will be a free festival of visual art showcasing over 150 of Australia’s most innovative contemporary artists over 50 locations across Ballarat, Victoria from Sep 21- Nov 6 2018.

BOAA will tell Australian stories; stories of our past, present and future. It will reflect what it means to be Australian today. It will have a strong Aboriginal focus as well as celebrating our multi-culturalism. It will be an exhibition that marks our time and place within history. Ballarat will come alive with both large and intimate scaled projects over 50 different indoor/outdoor locations across Ballarat; providing exciting daytime and night-time experiences. Over 120,000 people are expected to visit BOAA.

Donations can start as little as $1,000 and for this you will be supporting an artist,  by helping us provide artist fees. You will become a part of the BOAA family. Donors to BOAA are legends and will experience that warm fuzzy feeling that comes from making BOAA possible.  You will be recognised within our website and catalogue as legends.

BOAA is a not for profit organisation presented by djprojects – Julie Collins and Derek Jonn. For further information contact julie@boaa.net.au or visit www.boaa.net.au

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What:
BOAA will be a major festival of visual art showcasing over 150 of Australia’s most innovative contemporary artists. BOAA will tell Australian stories, stories of our past, present and future. It will reflect what it means to be Australian today. It will have a strong Aboriginal focus as well as celebrating our multiculturalism. It will be an exhibition that marks our time and place within history.

Where:
Ballarat will come alive with both large and intimate scaled projects across Ballarat, providing exciting daytime and night-time experiences.

Why:
Ballarat is well placed to host Victoria’s most significant art event. BOAA will showcase Ballarat as an an innovative exciting community willing to be seen on the national and international stage.

Who:
This project has been developed by Julie Collins-djprojects a multi arts service provider. Julie’s experience is varied including as Curator/Artist Director of the Lorne Sculpture Biennale between 2011-2016.
Full experience on www.djprojects.net.

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