4Stroke comes to the Burnie Regional Art Gallery on the 20th Sept. 4Stroke draws on the best Jazz musicians from Tasmania’s North & North West Coast. Peter Waddle on Bass, Bruce Innocent on Drums, Jason Whatley on Piano, Phil Pitcher on Tenor, and all the way from New York City, Marshall Nichols on the Trumpet. Tickets $15. Door Sales from 7pm. Start time - 7.30pm. Refreshments available.
Burnie Arts Council Inc will be hosting an Ikebana Workshop with tutor Susie Solomon, from Sydney, on the 17th November at the Burnie Regional Art Gallery. Susie specialises in the Sogetsu style of Ikebana. Sogetsu promotes the idea that Ikebana is not difficult and can be practised by anyone, encouraging individual creativity and imagination. Enrol via the IKEBANA WORKSHOP tab (download Registration Form). Places are limited! Cost $58. Date: 17th November. Time: 2pm - 5pm. Contact - Lyndal Thorne 0438 313 045 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This event, part of Burnie Shines 2018, is a discussion and a 'provocation'. It will mark Burnie Arts Council's 70th Birthday! Hear an expert panel explore the arts in our region and their contribution to our economic, cultural and social life. Speakers:
Saul Eslake – independent economist and Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow, University of Tasmania.
Professor Kate Darian-Smith - Executive Dean and Pro Vice Chancellor College of Arts, Law and Education, University of Tasmania
Lindy Hume – Artistic Director,Ten Days on the Island and author “Restless Giant: changing cultural value in regional Australia”
Vic McEwan – contemporary artist and Artistic Director, The Cad Factory.
Audience interaction and questions welcomed!
Burnie Arts & Function Centre @ 4:00 to 7:00pm
Book @ http://www.burniearts.net/Home
Mon 22 Oct
Opening on Friday evening 3rd August, ArtRage showcases the work of year 11 and 12 students from around the state. BighArt Creative Director Scott Rankin will speak at the opening. Please RSVP to the gallery on 6430 5875 should you wish to attend. Exhibition runs until Sept 20.
The paper on skin Gala Parade and Award evening was a stunning display of colour, creativity and masterful use of Burnie's signature element, paper. Awards are as follows: $5000 Betta Milk Major Award: Svenja 'Lichen Morphology'. $1500 Friends of the Regional Gallery Runner Up Award: Polly Crowden 'Adira of Aberlone'. $500 Cocoon Design Public Vote Award, Cynthia Hawkins, 'Empress at Forbidden City'. Image: Grant Wells Photo. Svenja - 'Lichen Morphology'
Wednesday August 23rd 4pm at the Burnie Regional Art Gallery. Call Pam Thorne on 0429 029 671 or Lynne Price on 0409 361 940 to RSVP. Non members welcome.
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