Tags: Groups. Clubs. Art. Artists. Bribie Island
THE FREEDOM OF IMPROVISATION
Following on from the Mini Masterpieces exhibition which ends on June 9th, the twenty four members of the Contemporary Arts Practices Working together Group will be presenting their Eclectica exhibition for the third year at the Bribie Island Community Arts Centre and group member Stephanie White has told me that the display will include charcoal art, recycled sculptures and postcard art.
Not regarded as a group for beginners, the Contemporary Arts Practices group meet weekly at the Arts Centre for the opportunity to indulge in the absolute freedom that comes with improvisation and experimentation.
Whilst some sessions are structured, there is never a formal tutor and, along with a fair bit of fun and friendship, the sessions produce a wide range of vibrant works that showcase a wealth of talent and diversity. The Eclectica Exhibition will be on display in the Mathew Flinders Art Gallery from June 12th until June 24th with the opening function scheduled for June 15th at 6 pm. Prior to Eclectica, the group has just had an exhibition at Vianta in Woodford and following their June display, they will also have a Tiny Treasures Exhibition in the Mathew Flinders Gallery.
More information about the displays in the gallery or other activities at the centre can be obtained by calling the staff on 3408 9588 or visiting them at the Bribie Island Arts Centre which is on Sunderland Drive at Banksia Beach. The centre is open each day except Monday from 10 am.