Exhibition to Raise Money for Indigenous Literacy Foundation

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Key Dates:

8 December - 16 December (Exhibition open)

Venue: Wesley Uniting Church

Christmas exhibition "A Child is Born" will feature works by a selection of artists including author and artist Sally Morgan to raise funds for Indigenous literacy.

The exhibition is supported by a public program of events and activities, including opportunities to learn to sing in Noongar with Madjitil Moorna and the chance to win an original painting by Sally Morgan. All proceeds from the public program are to be given to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, a national initiative that aims to improve literacy and hence the lives and opportunities of Indigenous Australians living in remote and isolated regions.

The exhibition will feature 16 two and three dimensional artworks in an array of creative materials by the following Western Australia art talents: Hans Arkeveld, Christine Atkins, Denise Brown, Madeleine Clear, Rebecca Cool, Sue Cotton, Ian de Souza, Ruth de Vos, Jillian Green, Thomas Heidt, Robert Juniper, Sally Morgan, Alan Muller, Amanda Shelsher, John Teschendorff and Linda van der Merwe.
A Child is Born can be seen in Wesley Uniting Church in the City, corner of Hay and William Streets, Perth from Saturday 8th to Sunday 16th December. The exhibition is open daily from 9am to 5pm, entry is free and all are welcome.
Enquiries - contact Catherine Czerw, exhibition curator - catherine.czerw@artmatters.net.au

The exhibition will feature 16 two and three dimensional artworks in an array of creative materials by the following Western Australia art talents: Hans Arkeveld, Christine Atkins, Denise Brown, Madeleine Clear, Rebecca Cool, Sue Cotton, Ian de Souza, Ruth de Vos, Jillian Green, Thomas Heidt, Robert Juniper, Sally Morgan, Alan Muller, Amanda Shelsher, John Teschendorff and Linda van der Merwe.

"A Child is Born" can be seen in Wesley Uniting Church in Perth city, corner of Hay and William Streets from Saturday 8th to Sunday 16th December. The exhibition is open daily from 9am to 5pm. For further enquiries contact exhibition curator Catherine Czerw at catherine.czerw@artmatters.net.au.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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