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RIGHTS ON SHOW 20th Anniversary
8 Oct 2014
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RIGHTS ON SHOW provides a forum for artists to exhibit work with a human rights focus, promoting human rights dialogue within the arts sector and the wider community.
Art has an important function in our society as a vehicle for social change and expression. Art allows social ideas to be challenged and highlights the right to freedom of expression the world over. Become a part of this discussion by participating in RIGHTS ON SHOW 2014.
Each year we receive many varied entries from Northern Territory artists. RIGHTS ON SHOW is open to artists of all ages and all abilities.
The 2014 theme is:
20 years of Rights on Show:
Celebrating human rights – how far have we come?

We invite artists to address the specific theme, or any other area of human rights.
Darwin Community Legal Service can visit your school or community group for a creative discussion about RIGHTS ON SHOW - for bookings please contact info@dcls.org.au or 8982 1111.
Award categories include Rights on Show Award, Human Rights Award, Ian Tranthem Justice Award, Secondary School Award, Primary School Award, People’s Choice Award, Judges Commendation Awards
All mediums of art are welcome, including 2D, 3D, sculpture, multimedia and installations.

Entries due:
Artwork must be delivered to The Darwin Supreme Court:
8.30 am - 4.30 pm on Friday 21 November 2014.

Exhibition dates:
27 November - 12 December 2014
8.00 am - 4.00 pm Monday – Friday

Opening night: 5.30 pm Thursday 27 November 2014 Supreme Court Darwin
Darwin Community Legal Service – assisting people who are marginalised or disadvantaged to access justice

Creatives: 2013 had over 120 entries, many of these were group entries from disabled, multicultural, remote area, prison, detention centres, schools all creating art about human rights
on Rights Show
Comments (1)

Free to all to enter and no commission taken if the artist wants to sell their work, otherwise they keep their work :-)