Dates: Friday 7 April – 28 April 2023.

Opening: 6pm Thursday 6 April.

Venue: M16 Gallery 1 (21 Blaxland Crescent Griffith).

The Annual CAW Members Exhibition is centered on the themes of environmental and human health, explored through three categories:

our natural environment
our built environment
our own inner and physical being.



  • must be a financial CAW member.
  • may submit more than one entry – three entries can be submitted.


  • must be themes of environmental and human health, explored through the three categories above
  • must be created in the last 18 months
  • must be no larger than 100cm square
  • can be in any media on any support, including on paper
  • must be presented in a form easily hung or displayed eg framed, mounted and with D rings
  • must be labelled by writing on the back or by a sticky label as follows:

Artist family name_Artist first name_ Year (of creation)_Title (of artwork)_Media_Support_Size (cm – height x width)_sale price or NFS.
Example.  smith_bob_2022_death_of_cleopatra_oil_0n_canvas_15x15cm_$500.jpg


  • must be submitted online by COB Friday 1 April 2022 (2 weeks before exhibition opening)
  • with a complete form found on this page (including a 25 word description)
  • with an image of the artwork photographed or copied in high-resolution (1Mb-3Mb) jpeg
  • with payment.

The image must be labeled in the JPEG file title space as above:

Payment per entry (non-refundable)

  • $50 for full members or $45 for student or seniors/pensioners
  • must be PAID at the same time as lodgment of entry form and image to ensure eligibility.
  • a seperate application form and payment is required for each entry.


Artworks will be displayed

  • at the exhibition, subject to curation
  • on the CAW online Gallery.


Due to increased cost the exhibition calalogue can not be provided free of charge.  If you would like a printed colour catalogue of the exhibition they can be purchased for $5.00 when you submit your entry form.

Physical Delivery

Delivery will be to M16 on Sunday 10 April between 1.00pm–4.00pm.