The Annual CAW Testamur Exhibition displays artworks created in, or inspired by the CAW workshops, courses and art groups over an 18 month period.


Key dates:

Friday 7 October

Complete online form, pay fee, upload a hi-res image of artwork(s) by 5.00pm.

Sunday 16 October

Delivery of actual works to CAW Studio for hanging in M16 Gallery: 1.00 to 4.00pm.

Thursday 20 October 6pm

Opening of the exhibition will commence in-gallery at M16 and online.

Sunday 6 November

Exhibition will finish in-gallery at M16.

Monday 7 November

Exhibition ‘bump-out’ — collect artworks from M16 Gallery — 10.00am to 1.00pm, or organise someone to collect for you.



All exhibitors must be a financial CAW member. 

Now that we are going ahead with the physical exhibition in Gallery 2 at M16.

Image of submitted work must be of:

  • original artwork created in the last 18 months
  • uploaded as a high-resolution (1Mb-3Mb) jpeg image 
  • received by 5.00pm on 7 October 2022 on this website with the completed form (including all details — about yourself and the artwork), plus a 25-word description of your artwork.

The Curator will make a judgement about the images of works to post.


Artwork created in or inspired by the CAW workshops, courses and art groups in the last 18 months.


$50 ($45 for superannuates/pensioners) — non-refundable.


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.


Entry fee must be paid via the on-line application form. 


Images will remain online for approximately one year. 

Submission of your image automatically includes permission for CAW to use it at our discretion, including for promotional and social media purposes (which may include some careful photo editing).

Purchase the Calalogue with your entry and collect at the gallery.  At just $5.00 it makes a great souvenir!

Or download a software (PDF) version of the catalogue when available.

Abstract Landscape | Abstract Oil Painting
Amanda Adrian | Linocut | Giselle