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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2013
Wollongong arts & theatre 12 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Positioned on Wollongong's foreshore Adjacent to WIN Stadium & Golf Course Short walk to City Beach, cafes and restaurants Located in CBD - near Crown St Mall Modern | Chic | Stylish On-site restaurant and lobby bar 24 hour reception and in room dining Heated lap pool and tness centre 10 function and events rooms Secure on-site undercover parking The start of a great weekend CHIFLEY WOLLONGONG For enquiries call 02 4201 2111 or email reservations.wollongong@chi eyhotels.com Visit us at www.chi eywollongong.com * Subject to availability. Hotel booking policies apply. 2325134 Quote "South Coast Leisure Times" on booking to RECEIVE $10 OFF the best rate of the day. See a diverse display of arts and events at , the largest regional art museum in Australia -- with free admission to all exhibtions. , a collaborative exhibition of lustre and maiolica ceramics by John Kuczwal & Marino Moretti, is on show from March 16. Also featured will be Italian and Spanish revival lustre ceramics from private collections. An afternoon of art, music and food will be held in association with Illawarra Italian Week on . all welcome. by Lizzie Buckmaster Dove explores identity, connection and sense of place through engagement with the story of the Coledale sea pool.The installation has been created from concrete pieces of the pool that were found along daily beach walks and later extracted during the pools renovation; curated by Peter Fay, features paintings by Illawarra artist Frank Nowlan. Works on political themes and multiple paintings on a single topic, such as his Daisy Bates andThe Kennedy Assassination, as well as many keen obser vations of the minutiae of life in the Illawarra are on display More exhibitions during Autumn are listed and for further information on all programs and events at Wollongong City Gallery phone 42287500 or thp tt r bru h... The city of Wollongong, on the shores of the South Pacific Ocean, is one of the coasts' most exciting and popular daytrip and short break destinations.The thriving cosmopolitan city offers facilities to satisfy all needs, vibrant restaurants, cafes and fabulous shopping at Wollongong Central, Crown St Mall, regional art gallery and also there are numerous clubs and pubs. The hosts many international acts and sports events whilst the has a huge season of shows, including school holiday entertainment, presented at the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre. The is a new, ultra modern hotel situated on Wollongong's foreshore.The C Bar, and the C Grill located in the lobby of the Chifley Hotel Wollongong are popular meeting places to relax with friends. Check out the coming events on a c l ral ciyjrn The C Bar & Grill. Pool, the Alchemy of Blue: Lizzie Buckmaster Dove Full (blue) moon, Coledale rock platform, 4.7m, 31 August 2012. Photograph Bernie Fischer Man of the Series: Frank Nowlan. Frank Nowlan, Clifton School of Arts, 2005, oil on canvas, 255 x 305cm. Private collection, Coniston. Wollongong is a vibrant cosmopolitan beach front city. wollongong citygallery The Potter's Brush: John Kuczwal & Marino Moretti 16 March- 7 July Lustre and maiolica ceramics WCG Friends Photographic Portrait Prize 2013 2 March - 23 June A WCG Friends fundraising event. Pool, the Alchemy of Blue: Lizzie Buckmaster Dove 13 April - 16 June The Urns Project: Sally Gray Until 28 April A meditation on death, friendship and time Man of the Series: Frank Nowlan until 28 April Hawkesbury Regional Gallery Touring exhibition. Mann - Tatlow Collection of Asian Art until 10 March Chinese and Japanese ceramics from the Neolithic Period to the early twentieth century 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: firstname.lastname@example.org Admission free www.wollongongcitygallery.com 2325136 John Kuczwal, Rainforest, 2012, reduced pigment lustre on earthenware, 31cm bowl.
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