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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2017
www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 11 Wollongong A bustling, vibrant city Wollongong’s City Beach has great waves as well as cycle paths, barbecue areas, and wading pools. The city of Wollongong, on the shores of the South Pacific Ocean, is one of the coast’s most exciting and popular day trip and short break destinations. The thriving cosmopolitan city offers facilities to satisfy all needs. Enjoy vibrant restaurants, cafes and shopping at Wollongong Central and Crown Street Mall. There are also numerous clubs and pubs. The Wollongong City Centre is the heart of the CBD and it is the ideal place for a day of shopping with friends and enjoying family entertainment. Between Wollongong Central and the mall there are over 350 specialty stores as well as major department stores. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the city centre. For fun in the great outdoors, there’s cycling, waterfalls, rainforest, beaches, whale watching and wildlife parks. There’s also plenty of cultural experiences to be had, including productions at the WIN Entertainment Centre, Merrigong Theatre and the regional art gallery, museums and performance venues. Wollongong Art Gallery has a number of intriguing exhibitions on display over the season. Until May 14 Madeleine Kelly: Diversity and Demise: Encounters with pelagic birds and sub-linguistic form will be exhibited. Also until May 14, Into the Wild will feature works which explore wild woods, enchanted forests and the iconic Australian bush. Showing until March 26, Prints from the Collection highlights the diversity of the printed image. From March 11 until May 28 Frugal Forest will exhibit,an immersive forest world. From March 11 to June 18 Sarah Goffman: I am a 3-d printer will be on show. It’s a site-specific installation simulating Asian ceramic pieces and objects from the Gallery’s Mann-Tatlow collection. From March 18 to August 20 visitors can see Indigenous Works from the Collection, exploring identity and family connections. Also starting March 18 and running until June 4 is the New Acquisitions collection. Immerse yourself in art Daniel Mudie Cunningham’s (detail) True Colours will be part of Wollongong Art Gallery’s New Acquisitions collection. WOLLONGONG ART GALLERY Cnr Kembla & Burelli Streets, Wollongong OpenTues-Fri10-5,weekends12-4 ADMISSION FREE | P: 4227 8500 Gallery Shop: Art books, Journals, Cards, Posters & Gifts www.wollongongartgallery.com WOLLONGONG ART GALLERY ART WORKSHOPS FOR ADULTS MARCH - JUNE 2017 Bookings essential For enquires phone the gallery or book through Eventbrite on gallery website AW3177172 Frugal Forest installation shot, 2016. Photography Kate Anderson- Kelly and Simon Webber. Madeleine Kelly: Diversity And Demise Encounters with pelagic birds and sub-linguistic form. Until 14 May Sarah Goffman I am a 3d printer. Until 18 June Postcodes From The Edge A Wollongong Art Gallery Friends event Until 12 March Prints From The Collection Until 26 March Into The Wild Colonial, early Australian and contemporary works from the Collection. Until 14 May New Acquisitions Collection including works by Stephen Benwell, Glenn Barkley, Kirsten Coelho and Daniel Mudie – Cunningham. 18 March – 4 June Indigenous Works From The Collection Exploring identity and family connections. 18 March – 20 August. EXHIBITIONS - March/April/May See a diverse selection of exhibitions on display this Autumn: Indigenous Works from the Collection exploring identity and family connections. Including works by Danie Mellor, Christian Thompson and Caroline Oakley. Into the Wild Colonial, early Australian and contemporary works from the Collection which explore wild woods, enchanted forests and the iconic Australian bush. The bold colour of screen prints and delicate lines of etchings and lithographs are explored in this vibrant selection of prints. Frugal Forest is an immersive forest world created by Frugal Arts, and made entirely from materials headed to landfill.