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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2011
Wollongong www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 15 a romantic package for two stay - play - dine in Wollongong To enter: Simply write your name, address and phone number on the back of an envelope and mail to 'Romantic Package' C/- South Coast Leisure Times Magazine. PO Box 210, Ulladulla 2539. Or enter online at: www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Entries close July 31, 2011. LTPM/10/00510 Stay at the award-winning Wollongong Serviced Apartments One night and continental breakfast for two RESTAURANT Waterfront dining package for two at the Lagoon Restaurant Winners will be notified. Note: Please write 'No' if you do not wish to receive any further offers from Illawarra Concierge www.illawarra-concierge.com Choose from more than 100 specials gifts, experiences & services Plus a $50 voucher to spend at Win Don't miss the opportunity to see a wonderful selection of art at the . Admission is free to all exhibitions. , showcases the work of Australian poets and artists who gathered at a Coalcliff miner's cottage occupied by poets Ken Bolton and Sal Brereton from 1979 to 1981. Tracing changes in taste, influence, styles and ideas provides an extraordinary road map of Australian art practice over the last 50 years. Shaped by the vision of one of Australia's best regarded collectors and arts supporters it comprises paintings, photogr aphy sculpture, ceramics and printmaking . by local Illawarra artist Flossie Peitsch, features textile-inspired fabrications interpreting and supporting women at work in the Illawarra from the 1850's to the present day.The works will be installed at Wollongong City Gallery and Project Contemporary Artspace from May 7. tracks the social history of Australia using the artist's visual voc abular y which has influenced and infor med subsequent indigenous artists' practice. features work by four local contemporary Aboriginal artists working across a variety of mediums.Their practice engages with the wider world of contemporary art and is a relevant expression of their unique experience -- as 'urban' Aboriginal artists. provides the viewer an opportunity to experience the vibrant colours and unique qualities of the Australian landscape through his series of silk screen prints. Selected from a gift of 28 works to the gallery by the artist these works are masterful examples of image making using one of arts most technical printing processes. This exhibition will be on display until 29 . For more information on all programs and events at Wollongong City Gallery, please phone or visit exhibitions to inspire Wollongong Harbour. Peter James Hewitt, Floatin Buds Budda, 2010 - Outlook. wollongong citygallery Just Imagine 26 February - 3 July An innovative program encouraging children's creative writing skills through close engagement with art. The Coalcliff Days 1979-1992 9 April - 12 June Curated by Kurt Brereton, Ken Bolton and Sal Brereton. Almanac: The Gift of Ann Lewis AO 16 April --5 June Organised and toured by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney Outlook: Peter Hewitt, Aroha Groves, Warwick Keen, Caroline Oakley 29 January - 3 April Recent work by local contemporary Aboriginal artists. Other Side Art: Trevor Nickolls, a survey of paintings and drawings 1972- 2007 6 February -- 10 April An Ian Potter Museum of Art and NETS Victoria touring exhibition. Flossie Peitsch: Sheets and Sleeves, Socks and Pockets 7May-26June A Textured Studio Inquiry into Women's Work Clem Millward: Dawn till Dusk until 29 May Silk screen prints, which illuminate the sublime colours of the Australian landscape. Picture This! until 1 May An interactive collection exhibition for all ages exhibitions Cnr Kembla & Burelli Streets, Wollongong Open Tuesday - Friday 10 - 5, weekends 12 - 4 Gallery Shop: art books, journals, cards, posters & gifts P: 4228 7500 F: 4226 5530 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Admission free www.wollongongcitygallery.com Mother Earth and Father Space stealing a kiss during the war against humanity 2004. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 150x180 cm, Collection of Arthur Roe, Melbourne. 2155394
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