Find a fresh start at Pinnacles
OPPORTUNITIES: Heath Mackay, Shane Keen, Clint Searston and Anthony Edwards PINNACLES Gallery started as a place where established artists would hang their work and has now turned into a home for emerging and contemporary artists to show their work.
The gallery celebrated its 15th birthday this week and the party continues today with a program of free activities.
O p e r a t i o n s s u p e r v i s o r Anthony Edwards said there had been a change in focus for the gallery over the past 15 years.
‘‘ We now run a program which engages with people and exposes them to contemporary art and practice,’’ he said.
Kicking off this afternoon’s activities is Run Collective Watch in their element painting a mural on the wall at headspace from 4pm.
At 6pm a stencil-your-owncanvas program for free under the guidance of Run Collective will operate, while Exit Through The Gift Shop will screen from 7pm.
Kate Martin and Heath Mackay sing from 8pm.
Pinnacles is at Riverway.