Whether you’re a diehard Hitchcock cinema fan or someone who simply loves a night out
packed full of thrill and suspense at the theatre, Three Birds One Cock promises a night of shadowy,
old-world glamour, noir 1950s America with plenty of physical comedy, slick costumes,
an original musical score and a sharp, witty script.
Three Birds One Cock has seen sell-out seasons in Melbourne and Adelaide, travelled to
regional towns across the state, picked up a nomination for ‘Best Ensemble’ at the
Green Room Awards Association and wowed audiences everywhere.
THREE BIRDS ONE COCK.
Friday 5 July, 7pm • Moyhu Soldiers Memorial Hall
Tickets are $25 including an amazing CWA supper.
Drinks at bar prices. Doors open at 6.15pm
Hosted with Creative Victoria, Regional Arts Victoria,
King Valley Arts Presents, Moyhu Action Group & Moyhu CWA.
For more info and to book your tickets go to www.kingvalleyartshow.com.au
or Trybooking https://www.trybooking.com/BCEIU
Tickets will be available at the door.
You need to book as space is limited
‘Postcards from New York’s Hudson Valley’, an innovative International Postcard Exhibition curated by NEA studio artist Irina Korotkow and New York based photographer Mary Anne Glass, is on display in NEA’s Exhibition Gallery (Gallery 2) from June 18th to July 14th.
Mary Anne Glass visited North East Artisans Benalla early in 2019 while in Victoria conducting workshops. On her return to New York, Mary Anne asked twenty-eight artists from New York’s Hudson Valley (about 60-70 miles north of New York City along the Hudson River) to make postcard-sized (6×8 inches) artwork on paper, cardstock, or unstretched canvas. And they were excited to participate!
If you would like to participate in the postcard exchange and reciprocal exhibition at RiverWinds Gallery, Beacon, in New York’s Hudson Valley, please contact Irina Korotkow on 0407491756 NOW!
North East Artisans in Benalla is looking to lift the profile of art in the region further by hoping to develop a major Portrait Prize & a Contemporary Art Prize over the next two years.
Exhibition that will be held from Aug 2 -31 2019.
Entries are open and will close on Fri July 12.
Hope some of you would like to enter and please spread the word.
The Across The Arts Forum was a huge success and is over for another 2 years! We hope all workshop participants enjoyed themselves!
The winners of the Across The Arts Forum raffle were:
1st- Brigit Schonerfinger
2nd- Rae Quigley
3rd- Tanya Rose
Thanks to raffle contributors-
Acme Framer ( Wang)
She’s Arty Framer ( Benalla)
GANEAA member Taro Iiyama has been chosen to exhibit. Good luck Taro!
The Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition is the most innovative and important annual event to take place in the Toorak Village, where we link the arts with business to form a unique cultural experience. During the entire month of May and first 2 weeks of June, we exhibit contemporary sculptural works in the shop windows and on the sidewalks of Toorak Road.
2019 will be the 18th year of the exhibition where Australian artists will display their sculptures in Toorak Village shop windows, arcades and along the sidewalks of Toorak Road. These will compliment the 10 permanent sculptures purchased by the Toorak Village businesses from previous shows. Presented by the Toorak Village Traders, directed by Tony Fialides and supported by our partners, 4 non acquisitive awards valued at $16,500 will be judged and awarded at an opening event in Toorak Village. 1 artist will be awarded with a $2,500 bronze casting award from MERIDIAN Sculpture.
GANEAA Across Cultures Exhibition is now on at the Wangaratta Library 21 Docker St, Wangaratta.
Come and see what the GANEAA members have created.
Photo taken by Linda Simpson
Helen Hill, Linda Simpson and Kathy Whelan at Apex Park Wangaratta at the public meeting to support saving the Wangaratta Jazz Festival
Members of GANEAA support the Jazz Festival continuing in Wangaratta.
The Jazz Festival board are looking for
three new board members for the AGM this coming Monday at WPAC
Patti Bulluss, a member of the planning group for the
“30 Years of Jazz & Blues in Wangaratta Celebration” is also calling for
people to get involved in that groups planning and volunteer efforts.
This Benalla Ensign’s Article about Across The Arts Forum was in the paper 20/2/2019. That is Janet Leith’s painting, Out on the Footpath.