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Rotary Easter Art Show


Yarram's Premiere Art Event

The annual Rotary Easter Art Show will be held as part of the Tarra Festival at the Regent Theatre in Yarram from 29 March to 1 April 2024


close at 5pm on Sunday 17 March 2024

Deliver Your Work

between 11am and 2pm on Monday 25 March

All artwork can be delivered in person or by courier directly to the Regent Theatre between 11am and 2pm on Monday 25 March please

Or if it's easier for you, please deliver your work to our friends at:
SALE - Gippsland Art Gallery - 70 Foster Street

TRARALGON - Gippsland Rotary Centenary House - 39 Valley Drive
TOORA - Sams Patch - 52 Stanley Street
LEONGATHA - To be advised
KORUMBURRA - Little Forest (shop) - 113 Commercial Street

Cost of Entry

Cost of entry is $10 per artwork

A maximum of five (5) pieces can be entered
All entries must be available for sale
Rotary Club of Yarram sales commission is 20%

Scroll down for detailed of Conditions of Entry

Manual Entry Form

If you are unable to use the online entry system above, please download the manual form, complete it and post it to us.

Click the PDF button to download the file -------->

How to enter your artwork
(and what to expect next)

If you have any questions or concerns, please email or call Deb on 0413 057 761

Artist Painting on Canvas

Categories & Prizes

Thanks to our amazing sponsors for supporting each of these categories and providing the prizes, including Best in Show $1,200


Best Oil


Prize kindly donated by

To Be advised


Best Watercolour


Prize kindly donated by

To Be advised


Best Acrylic


Prize kindly donated by

To Be advised


Best Mixed Media


Prize kindly donated by

To Be advised


Best Pastel


Prize kindly donated by

To Be advised

Best Miniature


Prize kindly donated by

To Be advised


Best Indigenous Art


Prize kindly donated by

To Be advised

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Best in Show


Prize kindly donated by

To Be advised

Image by Ethan Hoover

Best Photograph


Prize kindly donated by

To Be advised


People's Choice


Prize kindly donated by

To Be advised

It's a Great Art Show

Here's some more information - check out the video!


Framing Requirements

  • The Maximum size for any entry is 2 square metres.  Oversize works will not be accepted for judging

  • Miniature sizing is A5 maximum (this includes the frame)

  • All entries must be suitably framed or on stretch canvas and fitted with wire and D hooks ready for hanging

  • No projecting fittings of any kind permitted. Clip frames not accepted

  • All entries must be clearly marked on the back with the
        a) name of the artist
        b) title of the work
        c) the category
        d) the price


Conditions of Entry (for artists)

1. All completed Entry Forms and Entry Fees must be received no later than 5pm Sunday 17 March 2024.
2.    No late entries will be accepted.
3.    Hanging space for works is strictly limited. Entries will be accepted in the order they are received.
4.    Each artist may submit a maximum of 5 works.
5.    They must be the artist’s original work and not previously shown at Yarram Rotary Art Show.
6.    The Committee reserves the right to refuse to display any work for any reason whatsoever.
7.    All entries must be for genuine sale.
8.    The Rotary Club of Yarram Inc. and the Committee will exercise all reasonable care with the works entered but will not be responsible for the loss of or damage to any work while in its custody, or for insurance cover on work either during transport or whilst on display.
9.    All works must be securely wrapped in padding.  You will receive an email after payment with a packing label to be printed and placed on the outside wrapping.  A smaller identifier needs to be affixed to the back of the artwork.
10.    Any work entered may be reproduced in low resolution for promotional purposes.
11.    The Judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
12.    Commission will be charged at 20% of the Sale Price.
13.    Tax Invoices will not be issued to purchasers. Should a purchaser require a Tax Invoice, and the Artist is GST registered, the Artist’s contact details will be given to the purchaser.
14.    Payments for sold works and prize monies will be credited to your bank account.
15.    With the exception of the People’s Choice prize, any work may win only one prize.
16.    The Artist is entitled to one complimentary ticket for the Official Opening. on Friday evening.  Additional tickets may be purchased at the door - $15 per person on Opening Night and $5 each day on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.


Our Judge

Steven Rosten
ACC, L.L.B(Hons) Melb, Dip. Arch (Lond)


Growing up and educated in South Africa and Australia, Steven is a man of eclectic interests and practices in the visual arts.  From his Fine Art studies at the Sorbonne in France and later, at RMIT, his interests and skills in photography and film resulted in producing five films during 1971 to 1975 and also working as a production assistant to Director, Paul Cox, in “The Sirens”.  Steven has had two solo photography exhibitions for the Aboriginal Scholarship Foundation as well as creating and commissioning tapestries in Swaziland which won the first prize in the Pan African Art and Handicrafts competition in Melbourne in 1983.  Steven has had a successful solo exhibition in gouache and ink exhibited in Perth for the America’s Cup Challenge and a solo exhibition of watercolours of Ligurian seascape in Alassio, Italy.

Steven was a consultant for the National Gallery of Victoria in the placement of works by Arthur Streeton in a major retrospective exhibition touring Australia (“Arthur Streeton 1867-1943, A New Travelling Exhibition”) from November 1995 to December 1996.

In 2022, Steven toured Europe extensively and judged competitions by Ukrainian artists.

Steven has been a regular visitor to South Gippsland and, in particular, the Tarra Valley, for almost thirty years and although he has dedicated his life work to his chosen profession in law, he is devoted to the arts which he feels are imbued in his soul.


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