WELCOME TO THE MALENY NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE’S
NATIONAL OBI ART PRIZE
The Obi Art Prize is the flagship initiative of the Obi Art Project initiated by the Maleny Neighbourhood Centre.
The art prize focuses RESPECT on various social issues. We ask artists to create works based on these issues and inspire them to delve deep into their creative minds to find positive expressions of RESPECT.
Artists for 2017 were asked to create works that positively show what Respect looks like based around any one of the following issues.
- Domestic Violence
- Indigenous Healing
- LGBTI communities
- And/or Refugees
OBI PAINTED TIE – WINNERS ANNOUNCEMENT
OBI ART EXHIBITION
Opening Saturday 8th July 9.30am – Closing 5pm on Sunday 9th of July with “Peoples Choice Award” Announcement & Official Closing Ceremony
Maleny Community Centre Main Event Room
A “not to be missed” exhibition of the wonderful artworks of the 40 chosen artists for the 2017 Obi Art Prize.
Online voting will close 1st July 2017. You can cast a physical vote at the exhibition from 7th, 8th, 9th July.
SING FOR CHANGE open for submissions until the 1st of June 2017.
THE UNITY PROJECT – 27th and 28th of May 2017
Come and engage with the UNITY PROJECT on Maple St Maleny and be part of this amazing community engagement activity. Creating art in a public space that displays the diversity and connection between all of us and our community. Watch the woven canopy emerge over the two days as participants weave their story of identity.
THE MALENY NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE’S OBI ART PRIZE