artists with complex needs and poets
Creative Connections Exhibition 2021
LAUNCH – Friday 13th August 6 – 8pm
EXHIBITION – Saturday 14th August – Saturday 28th August 10am – 4pm ——— Sunday 29th August (collection of sold artwork) 10am – 2pm
Moores Building, 46 Henry Street, Fremantle.
A two-week exhibition of diverse and eclectic artwork produced by artists with complex needs with associated poetry, written by members of WA Poets Inc, inspired by and in response to the artwork.
The Moores Building, 10.30 am on Saturdays & Sundays and on Wed 18, Thurs 19, Tues 24, Thurs 26 August 2021
Creative Connections believes that art and poetry are important avenues people can access to communicate and express themselves creatively. This year, artists and poets collaborate to share their unique stories during the two weeks of the exhibition. Join us for a one-hour conversation.
Participating poets include Carolyn Abbs, Gary De Piazzi, Fran Graham, Peter Jeffery, Scott-Patrick Mitchell, Val Neubecker, Yvonne Patterson and Glen Philips. The participating artists include Greg Barr, Clint Carter, Vicky Lee Devenish, Richie Jasper, Janine Noonan, Rosie Powner, Candice Raphael and John Verjans.
Registration essential: https://www.trybooking.com/BSXHX
CHOOSE YOUR PATH WORKSHOP: creative approach to mixed medium on paper
The Moores Building, Friday 20TH August 2021, 10am – 12:30pm
Join Creative Connections visual artists for a mixed medium class on paper.
With a choice of lead, charcoal, pastel, paint and posca join four artists of mixed ability to learn, experiment and share individuals’ different creative approach to paper. The session will be facilitated by artist Natalie Scholtz who will demonstrate techniques and layering dry and wet medium on paper. By the end of the session, we hope you choose your path and personalise your love of working on paper.
Artists with complex needs will be given priority.
To express your interest, register at: https://www.trybooking.com/BSXHX
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Creative Connections Art and Poetry Exhibitions have been organised with the purpose
of demonstrating through creative pursuits, the diverse abilities and personalities of people with complex needs .
The greatest benefit of Creative Connections is that it allows networking and sharing, not only between artist and poet, but also between the many similar, but distinct service provider organisations and the community. Communication beyond regular pathways often results which can lead to new opportunities for artists.
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