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South Coast Leisure Times : Spring 2011
Nowra 28 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au The SShhooaallhhaavveenn CCiittyy AArrttss CCeennttrree is a vibrant and creative ar ts centre located in the heart of Nowra. Its facilities include four exhibition galleries, a gallery shop housing wonderful hand made items, conference and workshop rooms. Exhibitions feature wor ks from national and regional collect ions, the Shoalhaven City Collection, specifically curated shows and exhibit ions by Shoalhaven ar tist s and community It present s art, musical performance, film, mult imedia and community events on a regular basis and also encourages art s-focused activities and events aimed at development, access and education for the use and enjoyment of the entire community.There is no charge for entry to the gallery. The ent icing SSpprriinngg ccaalleennddaarr is jam packed with interesting original work from a diverse selection of artists. Entries, created in any media, with works incorporating the fields of ar ts, craf ts and design are on display at the centre until SSeepptteem mbbeerr 2200 for the Historic HousesTrust’s 22001111 MMeerrooooggaall WWoom meenn’’ss AArrttss PPrriizzee. Held every two years the MeroogalWomen’s Arts Prize exhibits over 110 art works – each made with hear t and skill that cleverly addresses the MMaaddee bbyy HHaanndd tthheem mee.. FFiirrsstt pprriizzee was awarded t o TTaanniiaa MMaarriiaa MMaassttrrooiiaannnnii for her mixed media work ‘Ode to Gradisca’, S Seeccoonndd pprriizzee went to AArrjjaa VVaalliimmaakkii for her wire work ‘Hand made man made’. T Trraacceeyy MMiittcchheellll’’ss stoneware ceramic ‘Konteyner’ was ppllaacceedd tthhiirrdd. Exhibitions are changed regularly - in the Green, Access and Foyer Galleries and in the Main Gallery. Keep up to date with events: wwwwww..sshhooaallhhaavveennaarrttsscceennttrree..ccoom m..aauu vviibbrraanntt sspprriinngg aarrttss Mero ogal Women’s Art Prize - ‘Made by Hand’. Experience the magic of BBuunnddaannoonn, art ist Ar thur Boyd’s legacy t o the Australian people and see where Arthur Boyd created his masterpieces. Celebrate the beginning of Spring in the heritage gardens while listening to Nicole Forsyth on viola, along with music student s from Ironwood. Join the concer t at 3pm with celebrated didgeridoo player and composer William Bart on and his mother, ‘‘D Drreeaam mttiimmee OOppeerraa DDiivvaa’’, Delmae Barton. SSuunnddaayy OOccttoobbeerr 99, 10.30 – 4.30pm, cost homestead and garden $16 adults, $13 concession, homestead, garden and Bart on Concert - $25, children under 16 free. Bundanon is open to the public every Sunday from 10.30am to 4pm, with last entry to the homestead at 3.30pm. Tours of the Bundanon Homestead and Arthur Boyd’s Studio are available upon request, or wander through at your own leisure with informative room notes. wwwwww. .b buunnddaannoonn..ccoom m..aauu sspprriinngg @@ bbuunnddaannoonn AArrtthhuurr BBooyydd’’ss ssttuuddiioo.. Arthur Boyd: The Lady and the Unic orn. Come in to see our new and extended range of art supplies, from beginner to professional artists including painters, sculptors, printmakers, calligraphers and technical designers plus some craft. 6/68 North Street, Nowra P: 4421 6821 E: firstname.lastname@example.org 2156942 www.shoalhavenartscentre.com.au 2213226