2018 Apron Project | Artist Registration EXTENDED Event Banner

2018 Apron Project | Artist Registration EXTENDED

Date and Time

Wed 18th Jul 2018, 5:00 am - Thu 31st Jan 2019, 5:00 pm

Online Event

Event description

The Apron Project is back for its fourth year and this year we are stepping up and stepping out with more opportunity to participate and certainly showcase the works of art.

During the 2017 showcase, a young boy passed by the aprons on display at Westfield Hornsby and was heard to comment "Look - super hero capes for mums" and it was within this statement that the theme for this year's Apron Project was born: "Strength is her Super Power".

Unique to the Apron Project 2018 will be a number of additions:

  • October 4-8, 2018: USA Showcase during Columbus Weekend 
  • November, 2018: Sydney Showcase
  • February, 2019: NSW Roadshow and Awareness Campaign
  • March 8, 2019: Strength is her Super Power Gala and Auction

In 2018 we welcome back artists from all over the world who have contributed in the last three years and we welcome artists who would like to join us in this special, unique and creative event.

Select GET TICKETS to Register your intent to participate.  Full details pertaining to schedule and apron delivery can be found on the webpage.

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