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Arts Alive - April 3rd 2018


Arts Alive:

A reminder that Art Central will host an open house for seniors to drop in any time during the week 9 to 15 April and watch its artists at work and/or have a go at art activities free of charge. On Tuesday 10 April at 12noon, Art Central will provide a free seniors’ light lunch. Bookings are essential for the lunch — contact Kerry on 44743123 or artcentral@artcentral.org.au

Come on down to The Gallery at Mogo, Wednesday 11 April to Sunday 6 May 2018, 10am - 4pm daily, to experience Found objects — the artwork of our home grown artists. Found objects you ask? Well, what do you see around you? An old recipe, a few shells, a piece of string, buttons in the back of the drawer, an old boot? The artists have created their own 2D or 3D artwork, based on what their 'found object' is telling them. Join in the official opening, a glass of bubbles and light refreshments, Wednesday 11 April 2018, 5.30pm; more info Janet on 0412267077 and check out www.facebook.com/thegallerymogo

Figures in Natural Poses with Louise Corke will explore painting figures in pastel within an everyday context because this is where life happens. Your artwork can take on a whole new meaning when you start rendering your own world. It’s on at Malua Bay Community Centre, George Bass Drive, Malua Bay, Tuesday 17 April 2018, 10am to 4pm; $75 members/$90 non-members. To register and receive the materials list contact Lyn Woolridge on 0448496998 or southcoastpastelsociety1@gmail.com

How about trying Landscape Impossible with Grace Paleg at her studio/gallery, 40 Tasman Street, Surf Beach, Thursday 26 April from 9.30am to 4.30pm. Spend a day learning to create the “landscape you’ve never seen” using your own photographs and, perhaps, some of Grace’s; cost $70 members/$80 for non-members. To register and receive the materials list and payment details ask Lyn on 0448496998 or southcoastpastelsociety1@gmail.com Charles Massy author talk Where: The SAGE Gardens, Queen Street Moruya, 2537 When: Saturday 14 April 2018, 5pm to 7pm. Cost: $15 per head, which includes finger food and pizza. Bring your own drinks. SAGE and Moruya Books invite you to the literary event with Charles Massey.Charles Massy gained a Bachelor of Science in Zoology, and Human Ecology in 1976, before going farming for 35 years. Concerned at the ongoing land degradation led him to undertake a PhD in Human Ecology in 2009. Charles wrote Call of the Reed Warbler as a call to arms for farmers to reinvent their methods to support regenerative agriculture over “global profit obsessive farming”. Bookings are essential:T: 02 4474 2242E: moruyabooks@snowy.net.auW: moruyabooks@snowy.net.au

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