2021 Exhibition 
 New dates 27th March to 5th April 2021 (includes Easter)
The 2020 Exhibition was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, new dates scheduled.
Thank you to all our sponsors and entrants for their wonderful support and understanding in these difficult times.
More information will be announced later in 2020
What have the Entrants said?
After the 2018 event, a survey was conducted with all entrants and gave us a 92% high to very high satisfaction rating of their overall experience.
Here is a selection from the overall positive feedback
Quality of entries, superb curating and outstanding venue.
Huge selection of works. Friendly and competent staff. Great venue. When help needed entering artwork as an artist, its available.
It is great to provide Art for sale that benefits the local community and overseas. Well done. It is a lot of work. Thank you.
The venue is beautiful. The artwork was so professionally exhibited. It was a pleasure to walk through both upstairs and downstairs.
Have entered before 2018 and love the layout, friendly & professional atmosphere and ease of handling artwork.
The diversity of art exhibited and the opportunity to showcase my own work.
Good hanging format, great space, wonderful venue.
The lighting is good, great venue, well organised, nice Rotary people.
There was serious consideration given to photography.
The timing of the exhibition is great, as it incorporates Easter and stretched across three weekends. It is a great location which also helps draw the crowds. Very professional and well organised.
Local, inclusive of beginners and professionals, excellent venue.
The hanging was well done and easy to navigate. I liked the photography as well as the art. High standard. Well done.
Very well organised. Some excellent exhibits seemed to be plenty of visitors.
2018 Prizes Awarded
   Lino Ferraro presenting 
   Goolwa Shopping Centre Photographic Prize 
   Paul Whitehead for "Out of his Skin"
The Alexandrina Art Prize   
Joshua Baldwin for "Tyson - Later that Day   
Priceline Pharmacy Award - Joshua Baldwin "Truce?"
Goolwa Foodland Award - Alan Bevan "Autumn Light"
More photos of Presentation & Preview (click on photo)
Signal Point Gallery - Goolwa

Signal Point Gallery showcases contemporary artists from across the region as well as nationally touring exhibitions, bringing exceptional cultural material for residents and visitors to immerse themselves in year round.

Located in the picturesque Goolwa Wharf Precinct, Signal Point Gallery offers a continuous program of high quality exhibitions, workshops and events. 


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