NEW CLOSING DATE Now extended to Saturday 15 June
Discover the history, the characters and the changing landscape of the Original Eumundi Markets through this exhibition. Find out why it almost closed not long after it began...
LIsten to interviews with long time stallholders to get an idea of what it was like being a stallholder in the early days through to today. Edited down to and engaging 24 minutes from 16 hours of recollections - we will have link on our website to the interviews once this exhibition closes.
Exhibition Closing Party Friday 31 May 5.30pm
Yes we know the exhibition is still on for another 2 weeks after 31 May now but we are sticking to this date for our closing party!!!
All welcome to come celebrate the first 40 years and toast to the next 40 - nibbles on arrival, free first drink and cash bar available after that.
Please RSVP to attend and assist with catering - email email@example.com or CLICK HERE
Take a good hard look at yourself, your world, your emails, Facebook…
Is that who you are?
‘Unsubscribe Me’ the exhibition is a visual silence, a chance for reflection and a reprieve from the over stimulation we all endure.
A display of minimal paintings, projections and a reflection booth for willing participants to enter, all give a glimpse into the stillness of Michael’s mind. Opposite to life’s hectic adventures, Michael finds solace and therapy in minimalism and his painting process. A conscious silence, art making forces him into simplicity.
“My art is a way to minimise my life, although simplicity is scary sometimes”
Faced with questions we rarely give time to ponder, such as ‘who am I’ and disappointing truths about the fast-paced world, Michael regains hope through painting.
An opportunity exists for viewers to also take a step outside their everyday obligations and reflect. Immerse yourself in texture, colour and contemporary installation and take a good hard look at yourself…
More details soon on upcoming exhibitions by Dom Violi, Ellen Appleby, Kita Lawrence, Noreen Flood and Penny McIntyre