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South Coast Leisure Times : Autum 2016
www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 29 Huskisson/Jervis Bay Find exhibitions at ferry Bay alive with art The Jervis Bay Maritime Museum is home to the Lady Denman Ferry as well as a significant collection of maritime artefacts. The museum has a number of exhibitions on show during autumn. Tracey Moffatt, Something More On now until April 25. Internationally renowned artist Tracey Moffatt is one of Australia’s leading contemporary ar tists. Tracey Moffatt first came to prominence in the Australian ar t world with her 1989 photographic series Something More. This exhibition, which sets the tone and themes for much of her later work, features photographs that resemble film stills. Alison Chiam, Ties; Memories of Gallipoli On now until April 25. This exhibition, by local artist Alison Chiam, is a selection of painted works reflecting her time in Gallipoli in 2013. Using wombat skulls collected from Alison’s place, not only for their unique Australian-ness but also as one of our Australian ‘diggers’, Alison has explored ideas about connection, shared experience and division. See Change events Illuminate – A selection of curated works by individual artists based around the theme of ‘Illuminate’. Lesley Speed, A Retrospective – A collection of paintings, photographs and drawings by well-known Shoalhaven artist, Lesley Speed. Marine Relics – A selection of works on canvas and sculptural objects by local artists Vanessa Barbay and Sally Simpson based on collected marine relics. Jervis Bay‘s amazingly pristine and beautiful location will once again form a backdrop for the SeeChange arts festival’s impressive program of art, music, literary, and food events. Each of the four weekends over the month-long festival, from Friday, May 20 until June 13, will have a different theme and an exciting choice of things to do, people to meet and places to go. The family-friendly festival will offer plenty of free community events, such as Art in The Park which will feature all sorts of art activities for children, young people and adults alike. The Grand Festival Opening will take place on May 21 with guest photographer and light painter, Peter Solness and a sunset performance at Moona Moona Reserve. A new event called SeeChange SeeFood will feature local restaurant chefs cooking up a special storm while the main street of Huskisson will be abuzz with pop-up kitchens. Wild About Words (June 4-6) is a weekend full of literary events with visiting celebrity authors and poets, book launches, a trivia night and more. As for music, this year there’ll be everything from rhythm and blues, to a full orchestral concert. Heading a great list of musicians and performers is The Miriam Lieberman Trio. There will be three oppor tunities to see Miriam perform, and she will also be running a vocal workshop during the festival. Other special musical guests will include The Glorious MUDSingers and The Cafe of the Gates of Salvation. Ticketing for these and other festival events can be purchased online. The closing ceremony will once again feature a superb light spectacle in which families can par ticipate. For the full program, visit www.seechangefestival.org.au or visit their Facebook page. A scene captured by Tracey Moffatt for her exhibit Something More. An artist creates a work for SeeChange. Connect with us AW1878495 seechange 2016 jervis bay arts festival 20MAY-13JUNE hosted by Jervis Bay and Basin Arts Inc AW1901750 100 events - art, music, literature, food, workshops, competitions.... spectacular outdoor community events to participate in and enjoy www.seechangefestival.org.au for program details * Orbs on Moona Moona Creek with Peter Solness Jer vis Bay & Basin Arts, Inc.