Pimp My MUF 2016

The acclaimed Pimp My M.U.F., Melbourne Ukulele Festival's exhibition of custom painted and decorated ukuleles, is back! Artists from all over Australia show in every conceivable way, what they can do with a ukulele without even strumming the strings! Entries will be exhibited at Bar 303 for your amazement.

The limited size of the ‘canvas’ seems to inspire unlimited possibilities. Artists have used paint, découpage, sculpture, collage, engraving, mechanisation, anthropomorphism, biomorphism and so much more to transform this humble instrument into amazing works of art.

It’s a one of a kind exhibition not-to-be-missed!

Swing by on opening night to vote for your favourite Uke-Of-Art in the People’s Choice Award.

Opening night is Friday 28th October 2016 6:00 – 8:30pm at Bar 303, 303 High Street, Northcote.

The exhibition runs from Friday 28th October to Friday 25th November 2016.

The 7th Pimp My MUF art show invites artists to exhibit

Entry is $10 and is open to everyone. Prizes will be given for the best entry as well as a people’s choice award and winners will be announced during the opening. The PIMP My MUF art show does not levy any fees or commissions on work sold.

Artists can use this year’s ‘Circus & Sideshow Alley’ theme to inspire their work if they wish, however this is not compulsory. Need a bit of inspiration? Visit the Pimp my M.U.F. Facebook page to view our extensive photo gallery of previous entries.

To enter: Download the entry form from here, get yourself a ukulele and then let your imagination run completely wild. Entries close Wednesday 26 Oct 2016.

For more details contact Robyn at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Paint, decorate and reimagine your ukulele any way you like to enter the competition. Prizes including ukuleles and uke themed goodies.

Go to Facebook/PIMPmyMUF or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register your interest and join the ukulele art journey.