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South Coast Leisure Times : Spring 2011
Wollongong 16 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au BBaannggaarrrraa -- BBeelloonngg 8 - 10 September NNaam maattjjiirraa 21 - 24 September TThhee WWhhaarrff RReevvuuee:: DDeebbtt DDeeffyyiinngg AAccttss 31Oct-5Nov TToom m TToom m CCrreeww 10-12 November TTrreeaassuurreess ffrroom m tthhee VVaauulltt 22001111 12 November COMING SHOWS AT IPAC Call the box office on 4224 5999 or visit www.merrigong.com.au Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, 32 Burelli Steet, Wollongong. 3300 SSeepptteem mbbeerr -- 22 OOccttoobbeerr These October school holidays, Wollongong will come alive with the South Coast Children’s Festival 2011!This interactive festival will be three jam- packed days of amazing theatre, awesome workshops, colourful roving performers and more at Illawarra Performing Arts Centre and Civic Plaza, Wollongong. Presented by MerrigongTheatre Company and Illawarra Children’s Services. More inf o wwwwww..ssoouutthhccooaassttcchhiillddrreennssffeessttiivvaall..ccoom m..aauu a festival for children WWoolllloonnggoonngg CCiittyy GGaalllleerryy is one of the largest regional art museums in Aus tralia presenting a diver se display of the arts and events. AAddmmiissssiioonn iiss ffrreeee to all exhibitions. AAnn AAccttiivvee EEddggee features paintings and sculptures by Col Jordan, a pioneer of hard edge colour paint ing in Aus tr alia.This large sur vey exhibition brings together works from his first decade in Wollongong (1965- 1975) and recent work from the last decade and is on display until September 25. IInn SSeeaarrcchh ooff GGrraavviittyy f eat ures wor ks by Ar t hur Apanski that focus on conflict s and contradictions between conscience and instincts in the human character.The artist invites us to question the time we are living in, the directions we are taking, and the morality of the choices we make. Curated by Bet tina MacAulay, TThhee PPrroom miisseedd LLaanndd:: TThhee AArrtt ooff LLaawwrreennccee DDaawwss, celebrates the life and career of this long time Glasshouse Mountains resident and iconic Australian painter.The exhibition features wor k from six decades. Sarah Smut s-Kennedy’s installation, UUNNEEAARRTTHHEEDD:: EEnnccrrooaacchhm meenntt ooff tthhee CCoom mm moonnss, is a poetic exploration of the psychological and actual transformation occurring in our public space. LLeeaappiinngg CChhaaiirr by Anita Larkin features sculptural works evoking a human narrative using collected object s and felt that play with the suggestion of a new function for the hither to inanimate object. TThhiirrttyy SSeevveenn, an exhibit ion of works in a wide range of media including painting, sculpture, photogr aphy, dr awing, pr intmaking and digit al media by a diverse group of art ists-teachers. A survey of recent wor k by 10 Illawarra ar tists will be on display from November 5 – 12 February. LLooccaall:: CCuurrrreenntt 22001111 is the third in a series of yearly exhibitions which investigate local art ists’ practice.CCoolllleeccttiioonnss ooff HHooppeess aanndd DDrreeaam mss curated by Eva Castle for the Migration Herit age Project Inc. is about the significance of personal objects and images for f amilies and communities and explores the lives of Wollongong residents who came from Europe, forever changed by World War II, its af termath and civil unrest. For more information on all programs and events at Wollongong Cit y Gallery, please phone 4275 9117 or visit wwwwww..wwoolllloonnggoonnggcciittyyggaalllleerryy..ccoom m ddiivveerrssee aarrtt iinn tthhee cciittyy Local: Current 2011. Katrina Collins, Golden, 5x3 + 4x1 Layer Stencil on 4 Canvas Anita Larkin: Leaping Chair No. 806 (doorknocker), 2010, Bronze 39 Smith Street, Wollongong Phone 02 4224 6500 Fax: 02 4229 1860 www.belmore.net Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Stay and Play! Jamberoo Action Package from $220 Includes overnight's accommodation, tickets to Jamberoo Action Park, full cooked room service breakfast, Jamberoo Action Park souvenir photo, complimentary car parking and a late checkout. * Subject to availability, conditions apply. 2207981 wollongong citygallery Col Jordan: An Active Edge Until 25 September Survey exhibition of paintings and sculpture. Arthur Apanski: In Search of Gravity Until 18 September Oil paintings and mixed media works from 2005 - 2011 The Promised Land: The Art of Lawrence Daws until 16 October A Caloundra Regional Gallery travelling exhibition Sarah Smuts-Kennedy: 17 September - 13 November UNEARTHED: Encroachment of the Commons Anita Larkin: Leaping Chair 24 September - 20 November Finely crafted improbable objects. Thirty Seven 1 October - 27 November Wollongong West College of TAFE Fine Arts Teaching Staff. Collections of Hopes and Dreams: 19 November - 4 March 2012 Objects and stories connecting generations of migrants. Local: Current 2011 5 November - 12 February 2012 Richard Batson, Jasmin Carter, Jack Cochrane, Poncho Army, Julie Donnelly, Tamara Elkins, Michele Elliot, Ashley Forbes, Alena Kennedy, Noel Lonesborough. exhibitions Cnr Kembla & Burelli Streets, Wollongong Open Tuesday - Friday 10 - 5, weekends 12 - 4 Gallery Shop: art books, journals, cards, posters & gifts P: 4228 7500 F: 4226 5530 E: email@example.com Admission free www.wollongongcitygallery.com 2213161 Col Jordan, Framespace 3, 1969, 222 x 236cm, acrylic on canvas on hardboard. Collection of the artist.