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Latest exhibition tests artists’ creativity with a restricted colour palette
CHILDERS Arts Space is pleased to present the combined art groups of the regions artwork in their forthcoming exhibition Black and White.
Artists were challenged to create work for this exhibition, based on a restricted colour palette of black and white and all tonal shades in between.
The mediums of materials used for this exhibition include ink, pen, charcoal, graphite, photography, ceramics and collages.
Visitors will be encouraged to vote in the People’s Choice Award and the most popular artwork will receive a prize pack donated from Art Plus, Bundaberg.
The exhibition is open from March 17–May 10.
Don your best black and white clothing for an evening of celebration of the combined art groups of the region’s exhibition Black and White on Friday, March 20 at 5.30pm.
Entry is free, food and drinks will be provided with entertained by Jazz Trio from Shalom College.
The Bundaberg Orpheus Singers will present its Celtic Ceilidh concert at the Woodgate Community Hall on Sunday, March 22.
The concert starts at 2pm and tickets will be available at the door ($5 each).
The choir will sing choral arrangements of Celtic favourites and melodies.
The 2015 Bundaberg Arts Festival runs from March 8–14 at the Civic Centre, Bourbong St, Bundaberg.
With about 400 entries from across the region, artist in residence demonstrations, kids’ activities and artists’ workshops, the festival is not one to miss.
Doors open from 9am–5pm and entry is free.
The Palace Memorial building, which houses the Childers Arts Space and Backpacker Memorial is about to receive a facelift.
The outside of the building will undergo a paint job and work is scheduled to start on Monday, March 16.
Access to Business, Palace Memorial building, Childers Arts Space, Visitor Information Centre and Subway will be as normal.
Bundaberg Regional Council will repair the wall behind the Palace Backpacker Memorial in the Childers Arts Space from April 20.
Access to the memorial will be closed to members of the public for safety purposes.
Work is expected to take about two to three weeks.
The public can continue to access the exhibition area during this time.
For more information, contact the marketing and sponsorship co-ordinator Erin Hawkins on 4130 4756 or Erin.Hawkins@bundaberg.qld.gov.au.
SIMPLY ELEGANT: Constance and Gordon Porter at the opening of An Exhibition of Elegance at the Childers Art Space. The exhibition is now on show at the Mt Perry Art Gallery until April 5.