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South Coast Leisure Times : Summer 2010- 2011
Braidwood to Canberra 54 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au If your soul craves a good hearty , a visit to Braidwood could be a very satisfying solution. Not only does Braidwood have a nationally , honoured by the NationalTrust, the town offers a generous collection of art galleries, artists' studios, antique shops, specialty shops and cafes and coffee shops with menus to tempt the simplest and most particular of palates. McLeod Gallery (just two doors north of the famous Braidwood Bakery) specialises in presenting the work of Australian artists and craftspeople. Also call in and browse at Studio Altenburg. On the 4th Saturday each month, the provide a showplace for an eclectic range of crafts, pre-loved books and plants. So, aim for the Kings Highway, then on to the historic and welcoming town of Braidwood which is situated about half way in travelling time between Batemans Bay and Canberra. Once you have arrived, you won't want to leave! se off fohsocbrad ood set off for historic braid ood Visitors to Canberra this summer can immerse themselves in the creative explosion of the Ballets Russes at the . Opening on December 10, the exhibition features designed by renowned artists from the early 20th century including Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Natalie Goncharova, André Derain, Giorgio de Chirico and many other artists. The sensory spectacle that was the Ballets Russes (Russian Ballet) will be brought back to life with original design drawings for costumes and stage scenery, progr ams and posters, film and photography from 34 productions between 1909 and 1940.The costumes -- made of brightly c oloured and quite elabor ate silks, velvets, embroidery, appliqué and hand painting-- demonstrate the visual richness of the original pr oduct ions. A diverse range of experiences will accompany the exhibition including a film showing original footage of performances featuring costumes from the exhibition, and music playing by some of the top composers of the era. For families, the themed will interest children with dress-ups and paper design activities, and there's also a fun Children'sTrail to keep them busy. Special performances are planned for February and March. Adult and Children's audio tours are also available. the NGA will offer a series of public programs around the exhibition including the s , free public performances, film screenings and talks, the on Friday nights, and extended opening hours until 7pm on Saturdays throughout the exhibition. And of course there's the themed NGA Shop to stock up on goodies! Accommodation packages to Canberra are available now via www.visitcanberra.com.au or by calling the Canberra and Region Visitors Centre on 1300 554 114. Exhibition tickets are now on sale and can be purchased online at www.nga.gov.au or at the NGA front desk. Ballets Russes: the art of costume is on show at the NGA until 20 March 2011. amust s hibition at th national gall ry To celebrate this exciting exhibition, the National Gallery of Australia is offering 10 lucky readers the chance to win double passes to the Ballets Russes Exhibiition Simply wite your name, address and phone number on the back of an envelope and mail to: 'Ballets Russes' c/-South Coast Leisure Times Magazine, Po Box 210, Ulladulla NSW 2539 Or enter online at www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Winners will be notified. Entries close Feb 15, 2011 LTPM/10/00510 WIN, WIN, WIN ABOVE: Léon Baskt Tunic from costume for the Blue God c 1912 from Le Dieu Bleu National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. Natalia Goncharova Costume for a seahorse c 1916 from Sadko National Gallery of Australia. 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Good Food Guide 2011