Small School - BIG ART!

The ONLINE SHOW 2021! Online show opens 16th October 2021 and closes 24th October 2021.

Inspired by the diversity and creativity of the arts and crafts of the Mornington Peninsula, Somers Primary School will hold its annual fundraising event—the 18th Annual Somers Arts Fair— online this year. The Online Show opens 16th of October and closes 24th of October.

The Somers Arts Fair is famous around the Mornington Peninsula because it embodies three of the reasons that make the Peninsula such an exceptional place; it takes a strong sense of community support, an appreciation of fine art and a relaxed and entertaining social occasion and combines all of these into a wonderful day for a wonderful cause. 

This year's Arts Fair promises to offer loads of activities for the whole family. Artisans from the Mornington Peninsula exhibit their works, which vary from etchings and paintings through to jewellery, with an emphasis on totem poles and outdoor sculpture, with donated art works auctioned at 2pm. Be sure to get there early to view the beautiful artworks and signature totem poles kindly donated by wonderful artists from across the Mornington Peninsula. In true Peninsula style there will also be craft market stalls, gourmet food, live entertainment, wine tasting and children's games and activities.

Totem Poles

Extraordinary pieces of art, lovingly transformed from Cypress and other materials by some of our most acclaimed local artists.


Food and Beverage

Set your tummies rumbling as you take in the beautiful aromas of freshly brewed coffee and sweet and savoury treats.


Family Activities

We have begun planning a fun art themed fair day for the children of Somers Primary School, due to the cancellation of the main event for 2021.

The Somers Arts Fair isn't just about great art  - there is also plenty to keep the kids happy too! 


Market Stalls

We hope to see all of our amazing market stall holders back again in 2022!

Our craft market aims to showcase a range of quality handcrafted items from across the Mornington Peninsula.