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Top maritime art on display

28 Sep 2010

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The prestigious ANL Maritime Art Prize and Exhibition is on again in Docklands this month.

This event raises money for the Mission to Seafarers at 717 Flinders St and has contributed about $180,000 to seafarers’ welfare since it was started in 2002.

All works exhibited are for sale and pay a 33 per cent commission toward supporting seafarers’ welfare.

This year the exhibition is open for public viewing from Saturday, October 9 - 31 from 12 noon - 7pm, Wednesday to Sunday.

The art prize has exhibited the work of over 700 artists and is recognised as Australia’s leading maritime art award.

Global efforts to improve conditions for seafarers are constant, as has been the provision of welfare services by the mission since 1857 in the Port of Melbourne.

The ANL Art Prize is an important event made possible thanks to naming rights sponsor ANL, corporate sponsors, the contributing artists and the individuals who give their time and expertise to curate, judge and select the works.

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