Mosman Art Society
|New South Wales
|Number of Members:
|$75 per year
The Mosman Art Society is a non-profit organisation which was established in June 1995.
In 1998, the Mosman Council established the Mosman Art Gallery and Community Centre which was a most significant milestone in the cultural history of Mosman and its surrounding suburbs.
The Patron of the Society is Paul Delprat, the Principal of the Julian Ashton Art School which was established as the Sydney Art School in 1890.
The Society's members include professional artists, amateur artists, students and those who just love and appreciate art.
The Society has grown over the past 20 years and now has more than 180 members.
Outdoor painting (en plein air) around Mosman held monthly on alternate Mondays and Thursdays.
Social gatherings are organised from time to time including the end of year party following the Annual General Meeting.
Exhibiting membership $75 per year.
Regular meetings are held throughout the year and their Annual General Meeting is held in December.
The Mosman Art Society hold several exhibitions each year of their members’ work. Their main annual exhibitions are their Autumn Exhibition, 9×5 Exhibition and Summer Exhibition.
The Society also supports art in the community by contributing to the Mosman Youth Art Prize, the Mosman Art Prize and the North Sydney Art Prize.
The Society is associated with the Julian Ashton Art School which hold daily classes at their studio at the Rocks in Sydney. Drawing and painting classes are available in several mediums run by a team of professional artists.
- Main Contact: Gerald Christmas
- Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone Number: 0438 601 005
Mosman Art Society Inc,
PO Box 343,
Spit Junction NSW 2088