Lake Macquarie Art Gallery Lineup

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Council, Event & Venue, News ~ by Press on  13 Jan 2019

JANUARY HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS

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If you are interested in a workshop that is sold out, you can go on the waiting list and you will be notified if a place becomes available.

FOR CHILDREN
Architecturally inspired model making
Tuesday 15 January 10.30am–12.30pm (booked out)
Storytime & Yoga
Wednesday 16 January 10.30am–11.30am (a few spots left)
Art & Yoga
Wednesday 16 January 12.30–2.30pm (a few spots left)
Traditional Aboriginal weaving
By popular demand, we are running a second workshop
Thursday 17 January 1.30pm–3.30pm (spots available)
Bookings through Eventbrite www.eventbrite.com.au

Art Space
Every Sunday 10.30am–noon
Free family art-making each Sunday. No need to book. Just drop in and create.

Oliver Smith (detail) 2017. Photograph Angus Lee Forbes

FOR ADULTS
Traditional weaving: Saturday 19 January 10.30am–3.30pm (booked out)
Jewellery design with Oliver Smith: Sunday 20 January 10.30am–3.30pm (booked out)

Drop-in-drawing
Self-directed sessions with a draped life-model, Saturday afternoons 1:00 – 2:30pm. Only $10 Bring a friend!

GREAT INFO FOR ARTISTS AND
THOSE INTERESTED IN DEVELOPING A CREATIVE BUSINESS …

Creative Plus Business are offering half-day workshops designed to help creative people with their business skills. www.creativeplusbusiness.com

The Grant Song: Saturday 2 February 10am–1pm
Tips for grant writing.
Money is not a dirty word: Saturday 2 February 1.30–4.30pm
Tips for creative business ventures.

Term 1 art classes begin soon. Book in now by calling Visitor’s Services on 02 49210382 and start the year on a creative path. LMCAG Term 1 brochure

Lowanna Russell, Wadalba Community School, Evanescent Integrity (detail) 2018, digital photographs, dimensions variable © the artist.

Coming Up

8 February – 31 March 2019

FIRST CLASS 18
Now in its eleventh year, the much-anticipated First Class exhibition project celebrates the high calibre of work by the previous year’s HSC Visual Arts students from the Hunter and Central Coast regions. In First Class 18, the selected artists explore themes of memory, culture, science and the environment. A gallery project curated by Helen Willis and Courtney Novak.

First Class opening celebration: Sunday 10 February from 2pm

Australia Day Hours

The Gallery is OPEN Australia Day Saturday 26 January and Sunday 27 January 10.00am–4.30pm.



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