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According to Ken Scarlett & others Stewart Purvis has one of the best private sculpture parks in Australia - it wld be great to have a tour there, hey?!
** Auz Galls Sculpture Park (Daylesford)

Jackie Mackinnon


Calling all artists! Here’s an exciting opportunity to show off your talent! On the 28th of September to the 31st October 2016 Louise Multicultural Community Centre (Not for Profit Organisation) is holding a Multicultural Art Show at the All Nations Foyer in the Box Hill Town Hall. The theme is "Behind the Multicultural Door."

If you are interested in entering your work you must have it submitted by the 15th August 2016. For more information please contact ckung@aanet.com.au or call 92854850.

Warm Regards
Cindy Kung
Programs Coordinator
Suite 8, Town Hall Hub, 27 Bank Street, Box Hill 3128 Tel: 92854850

Lise Toft is showing work at
Beaumaris Art Group members’ gallery
27 July to 7 August 2016


The CAS Brooch Show
Exhibition dates & venue details (2 venues):
SOUTH YARRA 2 June - 30 July
then tours to....
FITZROY 6 August - 29 September
Fitzroy Library, 128 Moor Street, Fitzroy

Library hours: Mon: 10am - 6pm. Tue & Wed: 1pm - 8pm Thur: 10am - 6pm. Fri: 1pm - 6pm.
Sat: 10am - 4pm Sun: 2pm - 5pm.

More information at www.contemporaryartsociety.org.au


Many of these items are shared from links supplied by Google Alerts. Even more information on upcoming exhibitions and opportunities can be found in the Art Almanac. You can subscribe to their e-newsletter - it’s free!




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