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MA space – Rock Pools – 5 August 2017

Mallacoota Arts Council presents an exhibition of local artwork in all mediums, displaying an appreciation of our salt and freshwater rock pools. Also introducing the Gabo Room with an exhibition of the textile art of Kim Gordon. What do poets say about rock pools? Here are a couple of examples: “A rock pool is a magic circle full of colours the sea washes in.” “A rock pool is an imprisoned wave”. We all agree rock pools are enchanting. Mallacoota’s artists have responded to the challenge of showing us their concepts…
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MA space – 30 Days of Art: Call for Artists – October 2017

By 30 Days of Art, we mean an artwork you produce each day for 30 days. Here is a guide to help you get started: Artworks need to be produced in the month before the exhibition bump in. 2D works: size and shape, optional but keep in mind our space is restricted. Be sure to number each one on the back so viewers can see a progression when they are displayed. Keep 3D works small. Feel free to weave in the “personal”, for example if you are dealing with something…
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MA space Courtyard – Summer Workshops and Music Events

Our custom designed canopy for the courtyard will soon be completed. This will provide an ideal venue for music events and workshops during summer holidays. Workshops If you are interested in hosting your own summer workshop please contact Yolande at yolandeo@gmail.com or Steph at stephmew1966@gmail.com as soon as possible so we can produce a brochure and newsletter. Music Events If you would like to have your own gig over summer please contact Angus at mallacootagus@gmail.com for enquiries and bookings. Where: MA space Courtyard, 66 Maurice Avenue, Mallacoota

MA space – Workshops for Artists – from 6 February 2017

After some years attending painting classes, provided with assistance from Mallacoota U3A, often working in solitude and participating in exhibitions it is only fair to say that the number of practising artists in Mallacoota has expanded significantly. It no longer seems appropriate to simply call our group a painting class. A workshop for artists seems more fitting, and that of course includes beginners and dabblers. At MA space we want to provide an inspiring workshop environment to help you on your creative journey, to inspire you and enable you to…
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Coming events

MA space – Workshop: Create a Rock Pool in Textile and Thread with Kim Gordon – 29, 30 September & 1 October 2017

Artist Kim Gordon has a passion for exploring the creative potential of textiles. At her recent sold-out exhibition, visitors were captivated by the richness and intensity of colours and lines created by sewing fabric and threads to canvas. Kim will be sharing her expertise with you over the course of a three-day workshop where you will create your own textile rock pool. Day 1 – Fabric Dyeing Basic Shibori (Japanese technique) and multi-coloured dyeing. Day 2 – Composition and studio time Translating images into a sumptuous array of fabric and…
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MA space – Natura: Rachel Mounsey – 14 October 2017

A study of our natural world in wet plate collodion by Artist in Residence Rachel Mounsey. During October Rachel will convert MA space into a photography studio, inviting visitors to observe the fascinating process of wet plate photography. Artist talk and demonstration on Sunday 15 October at 1pm Where: Mallacoota Arts Space, 66 Maurice Avenue, Mallacoota Opening: 6pm Saturday 14 October. All welcome When: Saturday 14 October – Sunday 22 October 2017

Fine Dining at MA space – 11 November 2017

On Saturday 11 November MA space will be hosting a long dinner. This will be a fine dining experience featuring a guest chef, five courses of exquisite cuisine and wine to complement. As we are limited to 48 guests we advise you to book early. More information will be forthcoming! Where: MA space, 66 Maurice Avenue, Mallacoota When: Saturday 11 November 2017

Mallacoota Mudbrick Pavilion – Cafe Culture: The Wikimen – 12 November 2017

In November we present the final Café Culture show for the year, The Wikimen, an upbeat and fun band who will perform extraordinarily vast styles of music from their huge repertoire including Hawaiian blues, pop, samba, Western Swing and Mills Brothers song to name a few, complete with heavenly harmonies and exotic music. The Cafe Culture Series is supported by Creative Victoria Where: Mallacoota Mudbrick Pavilion When: Sunday 12 November 2017 Cost: Individual show tickets: pre-purchased $25/Mallacoota Arts Council Members $23; or at the door $27. Season ticket for all…
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