2020 Vasse Art Award

The Vasse Art Award (VAA) started in 2004 as a fundraiser for Vasse Primary School, but has since grown to become one of the largest art exhibitions in regional Western Australia. 

It gives art lovers a unique opportunity to admire and purchase a diverse range of pieces from both renowned and emerging artists – all whilst raising funds for Vasse Primary.

Vasse Estate is proud to provide continued support for the event again this year.

2020 Exhibition

Running from 11 to 18 April 2020, the exhibition is again set to feature an impressive array of vibrant visual arts. From acrylics and inks to sculpture and mixed-media and everything in between, the exhibition will showcase an wide array of artistic pieces. 

Opening Times

  • Saturday 11 April ~ 10am to 3pm
  • Sunday 12 April  ~  10am to 5pm
  • Monday 13 April – Friday 17 April
    10am to 3pm
  • Saturday 18 April  ~ 10am to 2pm

Vasse Primary School Principal, Sinan Kerimofski is looking forward to seeing the school transform into an art gallery again. “The event is now nationally recognised and provides important supplementary funding for our school. Our students really enjoy the authentic art experiences when they visit the exhibition,” Mr Kerimofski said.

 More Information

For more information on the Vasse Art Awards, including award submission, exhibition times and VAA history, visit

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