- The Western Australia Branch Exhibition 2020 ran from 12-18 November. Online exhibition gallery coming soon!
- For most of last year, we staged a special online exhibition for our members because of you-know-what, titled ‘Socially Distancing, Sticking Together’. It closed on December 31st, 2020 and attracted 23 attractive entries. Click here to view the gallery showing them all.
- The South Australia Branch Exhibition 2020 was held from 2-30 October and the exhibition gallery is now available here online.
- Last year’s Queensland and Victoria Branch exhibitions were cancelled.
The next National, 30:30 and Tesserae Exhibitions will be in 2021. The images below are of winning entries 2019.
More winning entries are exhibited in our Online MAANZ Gallery (click here for access). Find the links to the other Galleries in the sidebar on the right of this page.
The National Exhibition
This is MAANZ’ biggest event and accompanies our bi-annual Symposiums held in a changing location in Australia. This juried exhibition attracts a high standard of contemporary mosaic art. The next Natonal Exhibition will be in 2021. The online Gallery of the National Exhibition 2019 can be viewed here.
The 30:30 Vision Exhibition
This open exhibition is our signature exhibition, also running concurrent with and in the same city as the MAANZ Symposium. 30:30 Vision is an exhibition of works that are exactly 30cm x 30cm and respond to the theme of the Symposium. The theme for the 30:30 Vision Exhibition Canberra 2019 was Transformations. 1st Prize went to Anni Balcomb with Anima Mundi – The Soul of the World. View the online Gallery of the Exhibition by clicking here.
The Tesserae Exhibition
MAANZ invented this exhibition to encourage young people, up to the age of 18, to get involved with mosaics. It coincides with the MAANZ Symposium, in the same location. You can now view the 2019 Tesserae exhibition here, online!
Branch Exhibitions are held in the non-symposium years (2018, 2020, 2022 and so on), throughout the different Branches (all States of Australia, plus New Zealand). Branch Exhibitions are open to all MAANZ members of other branches, as well as to members of the public (non-MAANZ members).
Each Branch decides on what the requirements of their exhibition, however, all work must be original, recent, and not displayed previously in other MAANZ exhibitions.
Past exhibitions can be viewed through the links on the right hand side of this page.