Pelican Street, Tewantin, Queensland, Australia
7th December 2018 – 27th January 2019
An exhibition drawing together more than 20 predominantly Queensland artists, practicing across a range of media from the traditional to the experimental. This project is the final chapter of an ancient trees journey back into community.
Noosa Pengari Students
Anne Harris: Leaf Messages. Photo by Sam Frysteen
Rebecca Ward: Bushcraft of the Apocalypse. Photo by Sam Frysteen
Annika Annels: Pit Fired Cups. Photo by Sam Frysteen
Melissa Stannard: River Bones. Photo by Sam Frysteen
Saturday 8th 10am Session: Rebecca Ward, Robert Andrews & Jill Sampson
Saturday 8th 12pm Session: Melinda Heal, Melissa Stannard and Anne Harris
Workshops at Noosa Regional Gallery, Pelican Street Tewantin
Bookings are essential for all workshops: (07) 5329 6145
11th Jan Friday – Anne Harris Sensory Landscape (Teen 13years+)
Using Natural Processes, explore how we can respond and document landscape
10th Jan Thursday – Rebecca Ward Bushcraft Jewellery of the Apocalypse (Adult)
Participants will create necklaces from sticks, natural materials and found objects.
17th Jan Thursday – Anne Harris Sensory Landscape (Adult)
Using Natural Processes, explore how we can respond and document landscape.
19th Jan Saturday – Caitlin Frazmann & Dhana Merritt Mutual Making
Join Caitlin on the gallery lawn for communal divination readings. The readings will be accompanied by a healing seed tea and snack prepared by Dhana.
Bookings are essential for all workshops. Please contact Noosa Regional Gallery
More Information and Editorial
Jill Sampson: The Disappearing.
Bianca Beetson: Warrior Women shape shifter.