Yesterday Studio A was abandoned without a backward glance. Destination: Midland Town Hall.
The event was to assist with curating the Print(Ed) exhibition with Jánis Nedéla. (If you don’t like where your work is hung I will immediately deny all responsibility and demote myself to the role of “fetch and carry”.) It looks great.
The opening should prove to be a big night – there are over 70 entries from artists hailing from all over Perth. And I will break the code of silence to tell you that the standard is high. Whether you’re a printmaker or an appreciator of print – attendance is mandatory- even if it’s raining. I will cast an extra lure: by reminding you of the wine, nibblies and a Town Hall full of prints and printmakers. What more could you want?
Opening this coming Thursday night, 30th of July, at 6pm. Location: Midland Town Hall Great Eastern Highway, Midland
I won’t be able to wriggle out of it either because I’m one of the speakers. And goodness it’s my annual cake day (gave up calling it a birthday – I’ve had too many) – instead – I’ll be providing some of the entertainment.
Public speaking, by the way, for the weak-knee avoider is actually really easy because you can’t lose no matter what you do. Even if one falls flat on one’s face – one’s worst enemy will be delighted!
For further information contact City of Swan Visual Arts Officer Rachel Birighitti on 0424 023 871