SAM Local.

After the success of previous years, SAM is excited to again go local In March 2020, spotlighting artistic practice from the region.

When: Fri, 13 Mar – Sun, 3 May 2020
Where: Shepparton Art Museum, 70 Welsford Street, Shepparton

Spotlight

CALLING ALL LOCAL ARTISTS! EXHIBIT YOUR WORK AT SAM.

SAM Local Spotlight is an opportunity for an artist to exhibit a body of work at SAM. It is an exciting, profile-raising exhibition for a regional artist, where the aim of the show is to engage, inspire and promote local and regional cultural activities as part of SAM’s annual program.

This is also great opportunity to gain professional experience working in an art museum context - working with SAM‘s team across curatorial, marketing and communications, registration, education and public programs, and much more.

Previous SAM Local Spotlight artists include Maree Santilla, Kate Hill, & Tarli Bird.

Applications are now open for SAM Local Spotlight. CLICK HERE for application information. 

Best of Friends

Best of Friends is an open access exhibition and all Friends of SAM are encouraged to submit work. The exhibition’s purpose is to open a window onto the creative practice of many artists working in a range of media in the Goulburn Valley. It‘s a great way to see what other people are making and gain insights into the regional arts sector.

For further information on how to become a Friend of SAM, please CLICK HERE

Education Lab

SAM's 2020 Education Lab is an artist led collaborative exhibition that  invites students, teachers and the Greater Shepparton community to create an evolving immersive installation within SAM's exhibition spaces. 

SAM's education staff have developed a program designed to work with all ages, to engage and inform through art and play led by a practising artist.

The Artist in Residence for the 2020 SAM Education Lab in March will be announced very soon. Schools and education providers of all year levels and abilities are encouraged to book in early to participate in this exciting project, as spots are highly sort after. For further information please contact Felicia Pinchen-Hogg on (03) 5832 9520