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‘Fabrics & Fibres’ exhibition of community workshop outcomes

Fab Fib exh1 SMLFabrics & Fibres is a community exhibition inspired by our natural environment

This exhibition is a collaboration with the wonderful volunteer run The Arts Centre, Cootamundra, and  features  art works by local Cootamundra artists Janelle Noack (Patchwork), Beverly Moxon (Fibre) and participants of The Wired Lab’s 2014 Creative Ageing / ‘Box Gum Grassy Woodlands’ workshop series in bush dyeing, weaving and field recording.  Many of the works in the exhibition are sourced from and inspired by our local bush environs.

We have loaded some of the field recording works on our SoundCloud page, rather impressive for 1st timers!

The exhibition is open until Sunday 9th August, 2015.

Entry by gold coin donation, proceeds to The Arts Centre and its programs.

For more information contact:
The Arts Centre Cootamundra
18-20 Wallendoon St
T: 02 6942 4773
E: info@theartscentrecootamundra.org.au
W: www.theartscentrecootamundra.org.au 

This project has been supported by an Artist or Curator Residency grant. The Artist or Curator Residency program is supported by the Copyright Agency Limited’s Cultural Fund and is managed by Museums & Galleries of NSW.
The Wired Lab ‘Creative Ageing’ workshop series was presented with the support of the Office for Ageing, Family and Community Services and Local Government NSW.