Works of art are set to generate thousands of dollars for the Holbrook Rotary Club.
The club has been hosting the event for more than 45 years and last year raised $6000.
“The show is on track for a big exhibit,” art show chairman Milt Golenberg said.
“Artists from southern NSW and north-east Victoria are expected to exhibit.
“Our art and photography show is a notable event in Holbrook and Greater Hume Shire’s calendar.”
Money raised by the club is donated to various community and international programs.
Most of the money raised at last year’s show was donated within the Holbrook community.
Feature artists this year include Bendigo’s Carolyn Marrone and Jenny Nuthall from Binalong.
The art show will kick off on August 26 with opening night and run until September 3.
“It’s a fun night with good company and good food,” Mr Golenberg said.
Mr Golenberg said opening night provides a wonderful informal community event and enables guests to meet and talk with community artists.
Monday to Friday from noon to 5pm
Saturday to Sunday from 10am to 4pm
Special arrangements can be made outside given hours for groups.
Daily entry fee: adults $5, concession $2.
Opening night (6:30pm Friday August 26): $30 per head and $20 for exhibiting artists and concession.
Entry forms are available at the Holbrook Rotary Art and Photography Show website.
For more information contact Milt on 0413 001 624.
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The Holbrook art committee offers a collection and return of artworks in selected towns: Albury/Wodonga, Bright, Corowa/Rutherglen, Howlong, Tumbarumba, Wangaratta and Wagga Wagga.