The Summit Community Centre in Norton Summit is presenting its fourth exhibition profiling the rich talents of Hills artists in the middle of August.
The idea for this year is Adelaide Hills Wild. It may be suggestive of nature, space and light but artists are invited to use their own interpretations of the theme which hopes to encourage open and flexible responses . The exhibition is open to all mediums including painting, photography, mosaics, textiles, jewelry and sculpture.
The Summit is one of the few venues left that do not charge a hanging fee or commission and is extremely supportive of emerging artists. There were 11 artists in 2016 who had never exhibited before. With over 190 square metres of space in a beautiful setting, it is a perfect venue to showcase their work.
The exhibition will be launched on Friday 18 August and will be open to the public from 9am – 3pm on week days and 12 – 4 pm on Sunday 20 and 27 August.