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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2015
city by the sea art to inspire The city of Wollongong, on the shores of the South Pacific Ocean, is one of the coasts’ most exciting and popular daytrip and short break destinations.Thethriving cosmopolitan city offers facilities to satisfy all needs. Enjoy vibrant restaurants, cafes and fabulous shopping at Wollongong Central, Crown St Mall,The WIN Entertainment Centre, MerrigongTheatre, regional art gallery and also there are numerous clubs and pubs where you can catch great music and live shows. Wollongong 12 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au exciting science centre With over 100 interactive exhibits, science shows and a planetarium theatre, the whole family will be entertained for hours at Wollongong’s Science Centre and Planetarium.The emphasis is on fun, even exploring the science in our everyday lives... electricity, magnetism, energy and motion, chemistry, geology, astronomy and more. Catch a live show in the Illawarra Coal Science Theatre including the new Water Show or immerse yourself in a full-dome presentation in the BlueScope Steel Planetarium Theatre.The Science centre shop is amazing! Budding scientists can choosefrom kits, strategy games, telescopes, microscopes, science toys, novelties and there’s even beautiful jewellery. Children’s Workshops are held during the April holidays – bookings are essential: Ph 42865000 Plasma ball. Vis it Wollongong Art Gallery this Autumn and be inspired by the diversity of art on display.The gallery is the largest regional art museum in Australia and admission is free. Nostalgic, surprising and fun! The Phantom Show, curated by Peter Kingston and Dietmar Lederwasch, celebrates the evolution of this unique heroic character over the past 80 years. Over 30 artists contribute their various interpretations of the ‘Ghost Who Walks’ through a variety of media and styles (until June 28). The Galler y will host A Day of Remembrance on Saturday 18 April from 12noon to 4pm. Go along for a day to remember the centenary of the landing on Gallipoli through art, music and poetry. Afternoon tea provided and all welcome. The Lord Mayor’s BlueScopeWIN Illawarra & South Coast Aboriginal Art Awar d celebrates the quality and diversity of art practice among Local and South Coast Aboriginal artists and the richness of Indigenous arts and culture in the region. Works displayed from June 6. Bookings are essential for a wide variety of Autumn School Holiday Workshops, April 7-10: AtThe Circus, Let’s Go on Safari, Paper Clay Fish Ornament, Coil Pot Creatures (for 5-8 year olds); Plushie Pets and Still Life Painting for (9-14 year olds). For more details on all programs and events at Wollongong Art Gallery phone 02 4227 8500 or visit www.wollongongcitygallery.com Peter Kingston: Original work for the Phantom Show invitation. Jacques Charoux Real Estate, 1996, synthetic polymer paint and texta on canvas,126 x 141cm new deck bar at lagoon restaurant The Lagoon Restaurant is situated at Stuart Park North Wollongong where Fairy Creek Lagoon meets the Pacific Ocean, boasting stunning water views with an absolute waterfront location. Vo t ed Australia’s Favourite Restaurant (overall winner) 2014 by the LifeStyle Food Channel, and now boasting a newly opened ‘Deck Bar & Kiosk’ it is perfect for casual dining, take- away, cocktails or just getting together with friends. Other attractions at the Lagoon include the Easter Bunny High Tea in April, Night Markets and the Wedding Open Day in May and the return of the popular special lunch menu with $29.50 for main and desert The Lagoon is open 7 days Lunch and Dinner. More details see page 2. WOLLONGONG ART GALLERY GALLERY WOLLONGONG ART GALLERY Cnr Kembla & Burelli Streets, Wollongong OpenTues-Fri10-5,weekends12-4 ADMISSION FREE | P: 4227 8500 Gallery Shop: Art books, Journals, Cards, Posters & Gifts www.wollongongartgallery.com EXHIBITIONS: AW1573302 The Phantom Show Peter Kingston, Phantom in Paris, 1972, gouache on wood, 27x20x6cm The Phantom Show A celebration of this unique heroic character until 28 June Susan Buret AXIS until 10 May Che Cosa! Thirteen Artists respond to aspects of Italian culture 7March–31May Pictures & Symbols Mann-Tatlow Collection of Asian Art 21 March - 14 June Recent Contemporary Acquisitions From the WAG Collection Until 29 March. Jacques Charoux Over Half A Century 18 April - 21 June Tom Loveday Infrathin, Advice For Aliens 16 May- 26 July Lord Mayor’s BlueScopeWIN Illawarra & South Coast Aboriginal Art Award 6June–19July