A Border art exhibition that celebrates the efforts of regenerative farmers has been recognised in a nationwide presentation.
Albury Library Museum was highly commended at the Museum and Galleries National Awards in Canberra earlier this month for Earth Canvas.
The display, which opened last October and continued until February, featured in the temporary or travelling exhibition category for projects with budgets between $20,000 and $150,000.
Entries from Sydney Living Museums and Tweed Regional Museum jointly won that section.
The awards formed part of the Australian Museums and Galleries Association national conference.
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Earth Canvas included more than 70 artworks from contemporary artists inspired by the landscapes of farming properties they visited between the Murray and Murrumbidgee rivers in southern NSW.
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