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Immerse: 30 Exhibitions, 30 Days, 30 Venues in Knox



Immerse, one of the largest and innovative exhibition programs in Australia will be surprising and inspiring audiences again in November.

Developed by Knox City Council in collaboration with over 40 artists, exhibiting in 30 every day spaces over 30 days Immerse gives people the opportunity to experience artwork in unexpected places, while also supporting local artists.

From street art to stencils, textiles to ceramics, sculpture to photography, glass to installation, Immerse represents an array of artistic styles and mediums.

The Immerse exhibition program is open from 12 November to 12 December 2016.

A catalogue will accompany the exhibition program and will be distributed around Melbourne and at the Immerse exhibition venues.

The curators are currently assisting the artist to develop an exhibition concept and supervise the overall development and production of the work, ensuring it will be ready to be installed by the first week of November.

Opening Night Launch

The Immerse exhibition program opening will be held on Saturday 12 November 2016, 7.30 at 1812 Theatre, 3 Rose Street, Upper Ferntree Gully, Victoria.

Please RSVP to by 5 November 2016 for catering purposes.


Thanks to the generosity of an acclaimed local artist, a total of $5,000 in prize money will be donated for the Immerse exhibition program

Prizes will be awarded in the following categories:

  • Emerging Artist Award: $1,000
  • People’s Choice Award: $1,000
  • Young Artist Award: $1,000 (awarded to an artist 25 years of age and under)
  • Best Overall Exhibition Award: $2,000

Terms and Conditions

  • Prizes awarded in each category will be announced at the Immerse exhibition program opening on 12 November 2016.
  • Whilst employees of the Knox City Council are encouraged to enter an application to the Immerse exhibition program, employees are not eligible to compete for prize money. Spouses, de facto spouses, parents, children or siblings of employees (whether full, half, step or by adoption) are also ineligible to compete for prize money.

Our Curators

This year, there are six Curators working with Jo Herbig, Community and Public Arts Officer, Knox City Council. View their profiles below.

Photo gallery from last year's Immerse Exhibition Program

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Posted by Knox City Council on Wednesday, November 18, 2015

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