Next Meeting - TLAS AGM
Next Meeting is a Christmas Shindig / buffet at Diggers on Nov 30 - midday
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Serious or Cheerful - your choice.
10AM Uniting Church Hall (opposite Diggers Club) - 204 The Entrance Road, The Entrance.
New members always welcome.
Meeting starts at 10AM Entry $5
Uniting Church Hall (opposite Diggers Club) - 204 The Entrance Road,
Meeting starts at 10AM
A small fee of $5 provides for refreshments and a lucky door prize.
Uniting Church Hall (opposite Diggers Club) - 204 The Entrance Road, The Entrance. Visitors welcome.
CENTRAL COAST ART SOCIETY
Fab Fakes - Get Ready for 2017
The Fab Fakes is the largest exhibition of it's kind in Australia! We're getting ready for 2017. Watch out!
The Art House will again host the
2017 Fab Fakes.
Launching on the 15th November till the 25th November 2017
Check out the dedicated Fab Fakes website
What's On At The Galleries
The Gosford Regional Gallery has a range of exhibitions for the next three months including the Doug Moran Portrait Prize - click on the banner for the latest information.
The Art House at Wyong has occasional exhibitions - including Fab Fakes of course! The theatre also has some of the best live performances all through the year - click on the banner for the latest.
Co-curated by Margaret Hancock Davis and Brian Parkes, GLASS: art design architecture showcases 23 outstanding projects by contemporary Australian artists, designers and architects. It represents a cross-section of current creative practices and relationships to this versatile material. This exhibition will tour to 15 venues nationally.
Glass has been an important medium in the history of civilisation. Archaeologists have found early humans used obsidian (volcanic glass) to make spear tips whilst evidence shows handmade glass was produced as a form of glaze from 3,500 BC in Mesopotamia.
Rudimentary forms of hollow glass container have been made through sand casting processes since 1,500 BC and glass blowing, as we know it today, emerged in the first Century BC. Since this time we have used this deeply seductive material in increasingly sophisticated ways and now we see glass within cutting edge technologies such as fibre optics and interactive touch screen devices.
The combination of art, design and architecture within this exhibition allows us to reflect broadly on our connection to glass and on the many ways we engage with it in our daily lives.
Image: Jess Dare, Conceptual Flowering Plant Series 2013 Lampworked glass.
Photo - Grant Hancock
More workshops are being planned for 2018 - watch this space!