Past Events

MAD Tales 2016 – entries extended to 30 September!

Calling all Mansfield writers and poets. We’re inviting you to submit your writing to MAD Tales 2016. This year we’re once again able to offer a prize – $100 for the best adult submission and $50 for the best submission from a young person aged 18 years or under. Entry is free! Selection for publication and winning entries will be completed by Sue Binzer-Jones and Mim Zolin. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Download the conditions and entry form The most  exciting  literary event in Mansfield! Our launch party is famous. Join...

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SALA entries close Friday 16 September

Get your entries in now for Mansfield’s national short story prize – the SALA short story prize – with a $1000 prize for the national winner and $500 for our best local entry. Winners will be announced at our annual literary event, to be held at Bos Taurus in High Street Mansfield, with readings from MAD Tales, prizes for SALA and MAD Tales winners and a great night of fun for all the family! Download conditions and entry form Pay your entry fee online (PayPal) Your name The title of your...

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3 Faces 2016 wrap-up

The 2016 Mansfield Three Faces Portrait Art Prize Biennial is the sixth time this event has run with a focus on showcasing the creative talents of local artists and providing a unique opportunity to immortalise an important person in our community.

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3 Faces – expressions of interest invited

Arts Council Mansfield invites artists to submit expressions of interest to participate in the 2016 3 Faces portrait art prize. Find out more and download forms…

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Mansfield Three Faces Portrait Art Prize Biennial 2016

Three Faces 2016 – a portrait competition with a difference in its sixth year. Three adult artists; three youth artists; one subject selected from the ‘Mansfield Citizen of the Year’.

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Boy out of the country

Tuesday 31 May at the PAC – Funny, fast paced, and written in an Australian poetic vernacular reminiscent of the poetic tradition of Banjo Paterson, Boy out of the Country tells a story of land, family and belonging.

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