Jump into art at Gate­way Vil­lage lo­ca­tion

North East Tourist News - - Albury/wodonga -

NES­TLED be­side the Mur­ray River in Wodonga, Gate­way Vil­lage on the Lin­coln Cause­way of­fers a range of ac­tiv­i­ties and venues.

Trans­formed from an old dairy into an arts and cul­tural precinct there are gal­leries, stu­dios, the­atres, mu­sic and fine food venues to visit.

In the leafy sur­rounds visi­tors can en­joy a bar­be­cue un­der a per­gola or pic­nic on the lawn.

Walk­ers and cy­clists are catered for with many trails be­side the river and through the sur­round­ing bush­land.

GIGS – Gate­way Is­land Gallery and Stu­dios - have two venues in sep­a­rate build­ings at the vil­lage.

The two storey stu­dio build­ing houses seven artists, in­clud­ing a jew­eller and a glass and mo­saic artist.

En­try to both the gallery and stu­dios is free.

Con­tem­po­rary art­works from over 50 re­gional artists are for sale at GIGS Art Gallery in­clud­ing paint­ings, draw­ings, sculp­tures, pot­tery, ceram­ics, photography, tex­tiles and jew­ellery.

Jump In, an ex­hi­bi­tion that show­cases the tal­ents of GIGS mem­bers will run through­out De­cem­ber and Jan­uary.

GIGS Art Gallery is open Tues­day–Sun­day from 10am– 4pm.

Phone (02) 6021 3073 or visit www.gigs.org.au.

IN THE AIR: Leap­ing Youth by Jenny Bohner, part of the Jump In ex­hi­bi­tion tak­ing place dur­ing De­cem­ber and Jan­uary.

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