National Contemporary Jewellery Award 2022
Enjoy Dee Vine Estate wines and canapés with special guest judges as we celebrate the newest addition to Griffith Regional Art Gallery’s prestigious National Contemporary Jewellery Collection.
General Public Tickets $25
Gallery Member Tickets $10 (Please contact the gallery for more information)
NCJA 2020 Winner - Halie Rubenis,'White Bread', white bread and LDPE.
|Saturday & Sunday: 11am - 2pm|
|Wednesday - Friday: 10am - 5pm|
|Closed: Monday & Tuesday|
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