Deb's BYO Mosaic workshop in Gallery 2 on Sunday 17th September had a wonderful atmosphere.
Deb has scheduled another workshop on Sunday October 29th from 10 to 2 pm. Further details, including materials list, can be downloaded below.
NEA member and Broken River Writers' convenor Carla Gardner's short story, The Long Winter, has just been published in Wolves - A Short Story Needle in the Hay Collaboration. "Howl at the moon with eight of the best stories by award winning authors from Needle In The Hay". Congratulations, Carla
We at NEA were delighted to learn that two of our volunteer artists, Janet Leith and Cornelia Selover, were chosen for Melbourne's Archibald Prize off-shoot exhibition, the 2017 'Salon De Refuses'
Janet Leith's portrait of 'The Dressmaker' author Rosalie Ham.
"I was inspired by Rosalie’s passion for the written word and her quirky, fun persona. As an avid reader myself, I decided I wanted to celebrate not only the genius of the author herself in my Archibald entry for 2017, but also the act of reading as a means of relaxation and enjoyment."
Cornelia Selover's portrait of 'Kitty May Allwood'
Cornelia Selover's many portraits of 'Kitty May'' leading up to the portrait submitted to the Archibald Prize are well known to people who follow Cornelia's work. 'Kitty May' #25 and #26 were displayed in NEA;s 'In Your Face' portrait exhibition in July. 'Kitty May' featured in the 'Salon Refuses' is a stunning final portrait in Cornelia's 'Kitty May' series.
HIDDEN FACES - The 2017 Victorian Salon des Refuses
Pan Pacific Melbourne Hotel, South Wharf
August 28th - November 16th 2017
Congratulations to both Janet Leith and Cornelia Selover on their selection.
An occasional blog based on September Newsletter item written by Meralyn Vincent.
The Benalla Flexible Learning Centre's AOK Gallery exhibition of student work in Gallery 2 at NEA in late August was over before many of us realized it!. So, we'd like to document it visually for people to look at who may have missed it., The Benalla Ensign also contained an excellent article about the exhibition.
It was such a pleasure to have the exhibition at NEA and those who visited Gallery 2 were impressed by the diversity of work exhibited - almost certainly the result of individually tailored learning experiences building on the genre preferred by each student.
This video, produced by BFLC students and staff to accompany the exhibition, provides a look at the Learning Centre's exhibition project from many different angles.
2 September 2017
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