The 43rd Rotary Club Art Show will be called the 2022 Glow Victor Harbor Art Show.
The major sponsor dinner was held at The Crown Hotel and attended by more than 90 Rotarians and sponsors.
Many were returning sponsors and there were 12 new sponsors.
Sixty sponsor's names were put in the hat and drawn out. The last one drawn becomes the major sponsor of the Art Show.
This years' major sponsor is Glow Heating and Cooling and its business owners are Nigel Hardy and Brooke Green.
The Glow Victor Harbor Art Show will be held from January 15 to 22, 2022.
Inaugural indigenous Art Prize - $5000 for the first prize and $2000 for the second prize.
A raffle in the course of the evening also raised more than $400.
The Rotary Art Show is a popular summer attraction for the Fleurieu each year and this will be the 43rd such event, again to be staged at the Warland Reserve from January 15 to 22.
Chairman of the Art Show organising committee, John Mowling, said the 2022 Art Show was shaping up to be another great event.
"This year we have received generous support for an inaugural $5000 and $2000 Indigenous Art Award which will be an added feature for our art patrons.We are also discontinuing the Acquisitive Awards with the positive response from the acquisitive sponsors to the change", he said.
The Victor Harbor Art Show is a major event for the Rotary Club and has received great support from the Victor Harbor and surrounding community and the thousands of summer holidaymakers who descend on the region each year.
Funds raised each year support many local projects and organisations together with established Rotary national and international initiatives.
Mr Mowling and his committee have already been engaged in many months of planning for the art show.
"We anticipate another quality event in January, building on the long tradition of previous successful art shows", he said.