We are proud to share the DATE HOLDER FOR THIS NEXT 'BIENNALE' To be held in tropical North Queensland - Australia -
OPENING NIGHT | 19TH September 2025
FESTIVAL DATES | 18th to 22nd September 2025 - Events to be Advised (TBA)
This will include:
'Exhibition of 32 Best in Muster'
International Artists Exhibition ++ Artwork from our >> 'Remote and Rural' Painting trip to the Kimberley Western Australia August 2024
EXHIBITION DATES | 17th September to 8 November 2025
VENUES | Old Court House Gallery - and The Tanks Arts Precinct - Cairns North Queensland - Australia
Our goal is to create a broader platform for Australian Artists to engage with the International Arts Community and specifically, for the Watercolour community, to take their Work into new and creative fields of endeavour, creating opportunities to share studios and exhibition spaces where possible in this World.
The Australian Watercolour Muster is part of a network from over 80 Countries - engaged and linked together via the FabrianoInAquarello - Italy Art Symposium - held annually in Italy for over the last 14 years. This year with our boarders open we have invited - Curator of FabrianoInAcquarello - Anna Massinissa and the Artists from this network to come to Australia to paint and join us in tropical North Queensland Cairns, Anna has accepted and will be running a Workshop for us!
Over 200 Australain Watercolour Artworks to explore here, including our '32 Best IN Muster' 2023 - Our 3 x Under 30's Artists and our Invitation International Artists!
Read All About It - What happened during our Australian Watercolour Muster Biennale - 2023
You are welcome to read the 'Conditions of Entry' for 2023 and the Jury process of selection, they are still available here on this link - Information for 2025 will be updated and released prior to our 'Call For Artists Entries' May 2025 >>>
Painting - image above with thanks | Michael Solovyev - Canada - 'A Plate of Porridge'.Read More...
This BUTTON will be activated when we are ready to 'Open' our Call For Artists 2025
Painting - image above with thanks | Angelo Gorlini - Italy