Land of many waters Entries have now closed for the Land of Many Waters Exhibition, which will be held in the River of Art Festival Hubs at the Botanic Garden, Batemans Bay, the Air Raid Tavern in Moruya and at the Club Narooma. Organisers extend thanks to all the artists who applied to exhibit for this exciting new exhibition.Receipt of entries will be notified via email by Saturday 28 April. If you have applied and you do not receive a confirmation email by that date please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0411 885 548. Successful entrants will receive a notification email by 4 May 2018 including information on next steps and details for delivery of physical art works for exhibition at the River of Art hubs. River of art workshops The 2018 River of Art Festival has terrific workshops that can be booked on the website www.riverofart.com.au, unless otherwise indicated. Floral Art Workshop (Cost: $20) Hand-woven Beanie Workshop (Cost: $30) Crochet Beanie Workshop (Cost: $30) No-Time Clock Workshop (Cost: $25) Understanding Modern Art (Cost $16) Creative Voice (Cost: $90) Gulaga – then, now and forever (Cost: $20 per family, $15 per adult, $5 per child) Children’s Lego Art Workshop (Cost: $5 pay at the door) Children’s Theatre with Michelle Scobie – Pat the Possum (Cost: $5 pay at the door) Ring and Things at the ‘Dowry’ Silversmithing workshop (Cost: $110, pay on the day, all materials and morning tea provided.) Photography Workshop – Ted Richards (Cost: donation) You can also find lots more information about the workshops and the Festival on www.riverofart.com.au.More information For more information please contactT: 0447 028 340 E: email@example.com Art Safe at Narooma library Where: Narooma library, Field Street Narooma, 2546. When: Wednesday 2 May and Wednesday 16 May 2018, 10.30am to 11.30am. Cost: FreeArt Safe is an inclusive project that will use art therapy to support the creative expression with a positive visual outcome. South East Arts SWELL: The Art of Well Being will work in partnership with Eurobodalla Shire Council to provide a series of creative drawing workshops funded by Ability Links. The workshop aims to:Find ways to be a part of your local community. Build confidence and skills to achieve your dreams.Develop your existing support networks and create new networks. Target group People with disability aged 0 to 64 years.Carers and families of people with disability. People with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and Aboriginal communities.Bookings are essential, to register for this event please click on the link. More information For more information or to book please contact South East Arts:T: 02 6492 0711 Subscribe now to the Arts Information Exchange newsletter
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