29th October 2021 – 31st January 2022
Online and on Artspace
Missed our opening night?
Watch the recording here.
Includes both exhibitions and interviews with the judges:
Our 2021 International Exhibition (previously ‘National Exhibition’) and 30:30 Vision Exhibition were held this year in conjunction with our MAANZ 2021 Symposium themed Revolution : Evolution. You can enjoy all the brilliant, thought-provoking, skillful and moving entered mosaic art of #MAANZ2021 online:
- International Exhibition, on Artspace;
- International Exhibition, here on this Website (includes video-slideshow);
- 30:30 Vision Exhibition, on Artspace;
- 30:30 Vision Exhibition, here on this Website (includes video-slideshow).
To purchase any artwork from the Virtual Galleries please email email@example.com indicating catalogue number, artist and title of work. (You will find the links to the downloadable catalogues on the respective exhibition pages).
The International Exhibition (formerly The National Exhibition)
This is MAANZ’ biggest event and has accompanied our bi-annual Symposiums held in a changing location in Australia or New Zealand. For obvious reason, our location this time was ‘Online’. The International Exhibition is a juried exhibition attracting a high standard of contemporary mosaic art. Best in Show 2021 was Angela Sanders, with ‘Voiceless’.
The 30:30 Vision Exhibition
This open exhibition is our signature exhibition, also running concurrently with and in the same city as the MAANZ Symposium. For obvious reasons, our ‘city’ for #MAANZ2021 was online.
30:30 Vision is an exhibition of works that are exactly 30cm x 30cm and respond to the theme of each Symposium. The theme for the 30:30 Vision Exhibition Online 2021 was Revolution : Evolution. 1st Prize went to Margaret Shaw, with ‘Extinction Race’.
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. There was no Tesserae Exhibition during #MAANZ2021, but you can view the 2019 Tesserae exhibition here, or choose a different year from the Exhibitions Sidebar (at the bottom of the page if you’re viewing this page on your phone).
Branch Exhibitions are held in the non-symposium years (2018, 2020, 2022 and so on), throughout the different Branches (all States of Australia except ACT, 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). You don’t have to live in Australia or New Zealand to enter!
Each Branch decides on the requirements of their exhibition, however, all work must be original, recent, and not displayed previously in other MAANZ exhibitions.
Other past exhibitions can be viewed via the links in the Exhibitions Sidebar (at the bottom of the page if you’re viewing this page on your phone).