MEDIA RELEASE

Thirtieth anniversary exhibition

Agnes Tyson, 2017 Rome Scholarship finalist
A general view of the exhibition
Chris Browne, 2017 Rome Scholarship finalist, and Trevor Andersen, WFF Founding Director
David Horton (centre), 2017 Rome scholarship finalist with Annabel Butler, former WFF grant recipient, and Todd Fuller, former WFF Rome scholar

Including finalists for the William Fletcher Biennial Travelling Fellowship Rome Residency for 2017 and two Residencies at Bundanon, NSW

The William Fletcher Foundation is holding a 30th anniversary exhibition at Artarmon Galleries: 13–27 August 2016.

The exhibition consists of works by this year’s finalists, plus 18 other awardees over the past 30 years, alongside the work of William Fletcher.

Artarmon Galleries
479 Pacific Hwy, Artarmon NSW
Tel: (02) 9427 0322
Open Mon–Fri 10am – 5pm; Sat 11am – 3pm

Download catalogue (PDF, 6 pages, 376 KB)

The residency recipients were announced at the official opening, Tuesday, 16 October 2016:
Chris Browne won the William Fletcher Travelling Fellowship and Rome Residency at the British School at Rome, April–June 2017.
The other two finalists, David Horton and Agnes Tyson, were each awarded a three-week residency at Bundanon, NSW.

More information on the William Fletcher Travelling Fellowship & Rome Residency

Photographs of the preview, Saturday 13 August 2016, courtesy of Liz McKay