Wednesday evenings 7pm-9pm
Cost $25 per class
Starting with drawing, adjusted to individual requirements, project orientated.
First class: drawing eggs, greylead tonal study.
What to Bring:
These classes start with a number of drawing projects, then, as we advance, introduce painting media.
These are student focused, ongoing and open ended art classes, catering to individual needs and development.
Typically I aim to expose my students to:
The objectives of my classes are to achieve confidence in self expression and independence in the pursuit of your creative journey. If you have an interest in making art, a desire to develop your skills and knowledge and enjoy your creative journey, this is for you...
Classes will be held in my studios upstairs at NEA, 122 Bridge Street East, Benalla - the towering brick building with massive murals painted on them.
Contact Frank 0488 676 127
GANEAA Across Cultures Exhibition
April 2nd – May 29th 2019
Wangaratta Library – Docker Street Wangaratta
Works will be displayed throughout the Library in April and then in the Bainz Gallery during May.
Entry Fee $10 per entry
Exhibition Entry please follow this link https://www.trybooking.com/BAYFZ
Any questions please contact email@example.com
Please deliver works on Monday April 1st between 10am – 12:30pm or by prior arrangement.
Please pick up works on May 30th between 1pm – 3pm.
Wednesday April 10th in the Wangaratta Library from 5pm-7pm.
Opening Speaker Kellie Sutherland – R.C.O.W. Cultural Partnerships Officer
Across Cultures EXHIBITION (pdf)
Maggie Hollins 'The Turtle' (multi media with poem) was exhibited in the Bainz Gallery, Wangaratta, as part of Goulburn and North East Arts Alliance group exhibition 'It's in the Bag' in 2018. Maggie read 'The Turtle' at the Summer Solstice Poetry Reading at NEA in December 2018. Our Autumn Equinox Poetry Reading is on Friday 22 March from 7 to 9 pm in Gallery 2. $5 donation.
'I am too uncomfortably familiar with fire in the bush and, in this painting, attempt to show its destructive and fearful nature. Yet, also, I'm searching for a Phoenix quality as with fire comes rebirth'
Mervyn Beamish has exhibited at NEA for the past three years and shares a studio at NEA with his partner Irina Korotkow.
Mervyn has drawn and painted since childhood. He studied at East Sydney Technical College and then the National Art School, exhibiting at a number of galleries in the Eastern States of Australia after graduating. His career took him into industrial and trade exhibition design, multimedia and film production and a 30+ career as a freelance writer. Mervyn returned to full time painting in 2006.
Merv has run workshops in art and writing, is a published author and occasional resident artist. He has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in New York, Germany, Poland and Australia. His works are in both local and international private collections including Egypt, Malta, UK, USA and Germany.
Interview with North East Artisan's Mervyn Beamish
Wet Felting Class
with Annie Longmuir
Saturday 23 February 2019
10.30 am to 2.30 pm
Make a flower, small bag, pot, scarf or anything you'd like
Cost $35 plus fibre or byo clean fibre.
Bookings - contact Annie Longmuir 0407554416 or firstname.lastname@example.org
NEA artists are invited to create an artwork in any medium to
celebrate the upcoming festival
Application form and Conditions of Entry
Entries close on
Friday 8th of March.
The exhibition will run in the Exhibitions Gallery for approx 3 weeks from 8 - 29 March and more details will be on the application form.
THE SOURCE is an innovative event for 2019 in Benalla's Music & Arts Space created by Darrel de Fazio. The event is being held in the Botanic Gardens on Saturday 23 March.
We ask artists to use the theme 'The Source' to explore the ideas of things that nourish and come from The Source, sustainability & mindfulness and any other creative directions.
Please start creating and help us support this new exciting event in our city.
For more information, contact Janet on 0431 890 158 or by email at email@example.com.
Please note - this exhibition was originally advertised as March 8 - 28; the dates are now March 16 to 30 with entry forms due March 8 as in the updated application form.
Wednesday 27th February, 2019
6:30pm - 9:30pm
Doors open 6:00pm
In 2019, Scott Cook is returning with a new intercontinental string band called The She'll Be Rights, consisting of fellow Canadian Bramwell Park on banjo and mandolin, and Aussie comrades Esther Henderson on fiddle and Liz Frencham on upright bass. They're touring in support of Cook's sixth studio album, Further Down the Line, which earned him his second Canadian Folk Music Award nomination!
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Adults - $15
Under 18's - Free
Benalla Street Art Wall to Wall Festival
Benalla Street Art Map
Benalla Youth Action Committee
Juddy Roller Wall to Wall
Benalla Art Gallery
Shepparton Art Museum
GANEAA (Goulburn and North East Arts Alliance)
Wangaratta Art Gallery
Benalla Camera Club
Broken River Potters
Broken River Painters
Table Top Games at NEA