Pittwater Life April 2018 Issue

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SPLASHES OF

CREATIVITY

The Creative Space at

North Curl Curl will

hold its first curated

exhibition, Invisible Bridges

(produced by Cassia

Bundock) from May 12 to

May 19. Cross-culturalism,

sexuality, spirituality and

knowledge are some of the

themes running through

painting, photography,

video, textiles, collage and

sculpture. Collaborating

artists are Danilo

Brandão, Abbie Hashimoto,

Cyma Hibri, Cassio Leitão,

Fernanda O’Connell, Paula

do Prado, and Louise

Whelan. The exhibition runs

daily from 10am to 4pm;

entry is free. More info

paulistagallery.com.au

* * *

The Avalon Craft

Cottage members are

busily preparing for their

first showing for 2018

at St Ives Village from

Easter Monday April 2.

Their stall will be situated

downstairs, outside the

Newsagency, and will run

normal business hours

until Sunday 8th April

(closing 4pm). A great

display of woodwork will

be a focus, as well as all

the usual handcrafted

jewellery, baby gifts, handknitted

jackets, booties,

shawls; plus scarves, bed

sox, patchwork quilts, and

screen-printed tea towels.

More info call Rita on

9918 2748.

Workshop autumn

ideas at the SAS

The Autumn Art School

at Sydney Art Space in

April offers many great art

workshops for adults and

children to get their teeth into

– and burn off the chocolate

bunnies!

Convenor Christine Simpson

says areas of interest (for ages

16 and up) include a three-day

sculpture casting intensive

called Body Parts and Found

Objects.

“Other hot workshops include

Drawing Fundamentals

after Banksy; Experimental

Watercolour; Soapstone Carving;

Relief Printmaking and

Coiled Vessels using Upcycled

Fabrics,” said Christine.

She added two wonderful

workshops for children are

also scheduled – Printmaking,

Painting and Collage (with

the theme ‘Monsters from

the Narrabeen Lagoon’); plus

Fabulous Poms Poms!

For more info and costings

visit sydneyartspace.com or

phone 0402 532 957.

Meanwhile, Christine reminds

regulars that Term

2 coursework kicks off on

Tuesday May 1.

Art Life

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