The Art of Creativity is a process developed to enhance your creativity through journaling, dreams, drawing, painting and meditation. In a relaxed and enriching environment, in two hour classes, over eight weeks, you will Laugh and enjoy yourself Learn or enhance artistic and creative skills Learn some traditional art techniques Connect with like-minded others Explore awareness of the self Enhance well-being skills Practice meditation skills * NDIS provider. * Suitable for beginners to intermediate art experience. When: Starts on the Tuesday […]
This image was made during the production of VAPPortland.
Categories: Blog, Photography, Vap-project • Tags: amusement, art, arts, catandfin, catbailey, crazyartist, entertainment, happiness, inspiration, model, muse, pathos, photography, Portland, running late, saddness, the vapproject, the virtual arboretum portland, VAPProject
Exhibition Invitation – Video, installation, painting and sculpture Please come for drinks and nibbles. Exhibition Opening: Tuesday 3 March, 2015 at the Portland Arts Centre Portland Arts Centre: cnr Glenelg and Bentinck Streets, Portland Exhibition open until: Friday 27 March, 2015 Opening hours: 11am – 4pm everyday including weekend of 7 & 8 March Please call Portland Arts Centre on 5522 2263 Free Admission Artists Carmel Wallace: The Scope Galleries Art Award – Art Concerning Environment Sandra Winkworth: The GreenWay Art Prize, Sydney Colleen Hughson: Levis ‘My Local’ Video […]
Categories: Blog, Projects - ongoing, Public Art and Community Engagement, Whats on • Tags: art, artist, artists, Australia, botanical gardens, catandfin, catherine bailey, contemporary art, exhibition, exhibition opening, instagram, Portland, Victoria, virtualarboretum, Virtualarboretumportland
Media Release for The Sea Creatures Street Art Project, written by Ms Danita Smith. Teacher. Narrawong District Primary School. Who: Students and teachers from Narrawong District Primary School and artist Catherine Bailey What: The Sea Creatures Street Art Project (Paste-up mural made with street art techniques). Possibly the largest paste-up, of its kind, in the State. Where: On Sportspower wall in alleyway between Elijah’s Sportspower and Beach Hut Pizza, in Bentinck Street, Portland. Victoria. Australia When: Launch – Upwelling Festival […]
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The Exhibition Four FOUR artists are drawn together in their unique response to the environment though their differing artforms as a prelude to the launch of the larger project, Virtual Arboretum Portland on March 28th, 2015. The exhibition features the work of Carmel Wallace (Portland), Sandra Winkworth (Syd), Colleen Hughson (Warrnambool) and Catherine Bailey (Narrawong), and will examine the processes and responses of each of the artists’ to the green space in the town.
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12/12 is please to announce the inclusion of some of the 9 Knitted Narrabans, made originally for the Portland Upwelling Festival 2013. (http://www.upwellingfestival.com.au/) Their inclusion in this show means that locals and visitors, to the town will be able to enjoy them for a further 2 months, over the Christmas period. The 9 Knitted Narrabans are a joyous sight to behold. They are sophisticated in structure, vibrant in colour, enormous and finger knitted from over 1000 cut up t-shirts. They […]
Categories: 12/12, Blog, Whats on, writing - non fiction • Tags: 4000tampons, 9 knitted narrabans, art, artist, Australia, catherine bailey, community art, DebSaunders, environmental art, fragile environment, Gunditjimara people, Indigenous art, installation, Portland, Public art, South coast victoria, Sustainability, Swamp Inc, Upwelling, Vasconcetos, Victoria
Instagram #pbgproject May 6th, 2013 Started the Portland Botanical Garden’s Art and Community Engagement Project today. There are 1250 Dahlia Plants at the Portland Botanical Gardens, which are grown for public enjoyment and to use in the wreaths and flower arrangements for ANZAC day on the 25th of April. They have been grown in the gardens since 1926. As its after Anzac day and the Dahlias have had their day in the sun, our interactive community engagement pop up event […]
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