KNOWN for showcasing the work of under-represented artists in unexpected locations, NotFair is getting ready to celebrate its 10th year.
This year's event will take place at the former site of Windsor's Kardinia Church from May 20-30.
The free exhibition aims to showcase new and fresh work by artists who are deemed to be under-represented and worthy of more attention.
"It's not just the venue, it's a leap of faith because of the challenges wreaked by COVID-19, which meant we had to abandon last year because of lockdown," Sam said.
"We are in a time when many artists have grown understandably obsessed with the issues of pandemic, climate change and the very fate of Planet Earth."
NotFair 2021 will feature the works of 32 artists exhibited in a venue which is architecturally and culturally fascinating in its own right.
The event began in 2010 as an independent alternative to the Melbourne Art Fair and has exhibited the work of hundreds of artists, helping to launch many careers.
The official opening and awards presentation party will take place from 6-9pm on May 20.
The exhibition will also be open from 2-8pm on Friday May 21 and 28 and from 2-6pm on May 22,23,24,25,26, 27, 29 and 30.
The church is located at Chris Gahan Reserve, 61-71 McIllwrick Street
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