Petite Miniature Textiles Exhibition 2020

Petite Miniature Textiles marks the tenth anniversary of this very popular, accessible exhibition and program. Showcasing the best small textile artworks from around the nation, Petite has become a highlight of Wangaratta’s program and focus for contemporary textile art practitioners.

This exhibition continues to grow in popularity with artists from around the country participating and displaying contemporary textiles of a small scale.

Applications for Petite Miniature Textiles 2020 are now open. All applications MUST be submitted online.

Wangaratta Art Gallery is inviting artists to apply for the exhibition to be held between at the Wangaratta Art Gallery – 30 May – 26 July 2020.


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Terms & Conditions

View the Petite Miniature Textiles Terms & Conditions

Assessment process

A panel consisting of Wangaratta Art Gallery Director and key staff will assess all applications received. The panel will ensure all works are:

  • suitable for the exhibition
  • provide a diverse array of work for visitors to enjoy
  • explore new ideas, new visual arts practice methods and different ways of thinking.

The panel have the right to reject an artwork if it is not considered to meet the criteria.

Key Dates

Application Opens: Friday 20 Dec (9am EST)
Applications close: Friday 13 Mar, 2020 (5pm EST)
Applicants notified of selection: Friday 17 April  2020
Delivery of artwork to Gallery: no later than Monday 18 May 2020

Online Applications Must Include:

  • 2 images of each work submitted (one full image including framing and one detail of work)
  • Payment for all works submitted ( Fee – $20 each work)
  • Artist statement
  • Artist Cv

If you have further queries please contact the Exhibitions Officer:

PH: (03) 5722 0865  E:
Wangaratta Art Gallery, 56 Ovens Street, WANGARATTA, VIC 3677

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Image:. Amanda Ho, Spatial Layering, hand weaving in linen, Wangaratta Art Gallery Collection. Acquired through the Gordon Darling Foundation.