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Arts Alive around the Eurobodalla


Visit the 37th Easter art exhibition at Narooma Sport and Leisure Centre, Corner of Old Princes Highway and Blue Water Drive, Narooma, Friday 30 March to Sunday 1 April, 10am to 5pm, adults $2/children free — more info 44762881 or macsnarooma@gmail.com Narooma Encaustic workshop Appropriate for those who are beginners and advanced, Montague Arts and Craft Society, 24 Glasshouse Rocks Road, Narooma, has a Encaustic workshop on Saturday 7 April & Sunday 8 April, 9:30am - 4pm, cost $110 plus $30 for materials. All equipment is provided but there is an optional personal materials list. An apron is essential and workshop limited to 12 places; register by Saturday 31 March for more info and the topics covered in the workshop and to register call 44762881 or macsnarooma@gmail.com Seniors’ Week 2018 will run from Monday 9 th April to Sunday 15th April 2018 At Art Central Moruya they are hosting ‘open house’ for free for seniors in their community to drop in and watch their artists at work or try your hand at art activities. These include : Aboriginal Art 10 – 12 on Monday 9 th April, Nick’s Art 10 – 12 onTuesday 10 th , Lesley’s acrylic class Thursday 12 th April, and ceramics with Monica10 – 12 noon on Friday 13 th April 2018. The community are welcome to call in any other time as well. Make ART a part of ageing well. The theme for Seniors’ Week is “let’s do more together” No matter what your age, it is never too late to grow – to learn, to laugh, to meet other people and to be inspired. Phone Kerry on 44743123 or e-mail artcentral@artcentral.org.au. SENIORS LUNCH Join us at Art Central, 24 Church Street in Moruya, for a light, free lunch to celebrate Seniors’Week on Tuesday 10 th April 2018 at 12 noon. They will be celebrating their senior members and volunteers and welcoming new seniors. Bookings are essential so please phone Kerry at 44743123 or e-mail artcentral@artcentral.orh.au “Put some ART in your heart and “let’s do more together.” Join the workshop, The Art of Simplification, with Louise Corke at Malua Bay Community Centre, George Bass Drive, Malua Bay on Wednesday 18 April, 10am - 4pm, $75 for members/$90 non-members. Louise says "As artists, we try and represent an idea on our surfaces and sometimes this seems just too complex. " "In this workshop we shall explore some fun andsimple methods to paint a subject; and it might just provide an unusual way of using pastel that will appeal to the inner child" More info Lyn Woolridge 0448496998 or southcoastpastelsociety1@gmail.com


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