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Distance: 87.58 km ( 54.42 miles ) Duration: 2 days Last Updated: 10 Dec 2019
A superb drive added by Annick Ansselin it's near Kettering, Tasmania, Australia.
The Channel Regional Arts Group brings their 5th biennial 2016 Art Trail, showcasing the work of artists living and working in the Kingborough region, Tasmania, on the weekend of 17th and 18th September. The Trail includes two art exhibitions, at Kettering Hall and Margate Bowling Club, crafts demonstration and sales at the Woodbridge Hall, and 11 working artists’ studios opened to the public, between Baretta and Gordon. The trail will be officially opened by Kingborough Mayor, Steve Wass, on Friday 16th September at 7.30pm at the Kettering Community Hall, where the main art exhibition is situated, 2963 Channel Highway, Kettering, Tasmania. All venues open from 10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday. Details on www.crag-tas.net. Add your own opinion!
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Kettering Community Hall
The Main Art exhibition, which includes drawings, mixed media, paintings, photography, printmaking, Textile arts, Sculpture, Wearable Art, Weaving and Woodwork, is at the Kettering Community Hall. Details on crag-tas.net
Margate Bowling Club
The Margate Bowling, on Channel Highway, just north of the Margate shopping centre, will be housing the second art exhibition, featuring Leanne Halls, Joan Humble, Terry Gough, roger Murphy and Tony Ryan. 10am - 4pm Saturday and Sunday.
Distance from previous hotspot: 13.48 km ( 8.38 miles )
Woodbridge Community Hall
Demonstrations and sales of a variety of crafts, including Calligraphy, Textile Arts, Beaded Jewellery, Iris Folding, Basketmaking techniques, Spinning and Knitting and Wearable Arts.
Distance from previous hotspot: 17.99 km ( 11.18 miles )
Open Studio - Pam Adams
Opened Studio by artist Pam Adams, who specialises in watercolours.
Distance from previous hotspot: 14.65 km ( 9.10 miles )
Opened Studio - John Redeker
Opened studio by John Redeker, whose specialty is nature Photography, especially birds. As well as large art photographs, he also prints cards.
Distance from previous hotspot: 10.20 km ( 6.33 miles )
The West Winds Art Group, working in various media, gather and work in the West Winds Art Lounge on Thursdays. Meet artists working on site. Exhibition and sale of items will include works by Jane Payne and Kerry Thompson painting on site, Mahdi Chandler, Roseann Johnston and others. www.wraptinthefarsouth.com.au.
Distance from previous hotspot: 3.57 km ( 2.22 miles )
Opened Studio - Sue Domeney
Sue designs and makes art quilts, dyes her own fabrics and threads, makes scarves, book covers etc. She also makes quilts on commission, as well as running quilting and dyeing classes.
Distance from previous hotspot: 4.01 km ( 2.49 miles )
Ned is not only amazing wooden boat builder, whose crowd stopping dinghies of lapstrake, copper riveted, Tasmanian woods have soul, but he also builds furniture and ukuleles, makes half models, and wooden sculptures.
Distance from previous hotspot: 6.83 km ( 4.24 miles )