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Art show in Warwick

St Mark’s Anglican Church, Warwick
55 Albion Street (cnr Grafton Street)
Warwick  Qld  4370

View and buy original artworks for sale, along with handcrafted wearables and gift options (all at affordable prices), at the 9th ‘Art@St.Mark’s’ art show. Relax in the onsite art cafe and enjoy a range of hot and cold favorites on the menu. Free entry. Tickets available for purchase to the official opening where you can meet the artists and hear live jazz. See more.

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Redcliffe floral and art festival

St Peter the Fisherman Anglican Church
13 Lucinda St
Clontarf  Qld  4019

Get on the scent of this free weekend festival showcasing floral art and paintings by the Redcliffe Art Society and pottery by The Redcliffe Group, all with the theme ‘a floral library’. Enjoy live music and entertainment, Devonshire teas, plants, jewelry and craft stalls, and the Society’s artists demonstrating their skills. See more

St Andrew’s Anglican College Year 12 student Poppie Thorpe and her artwork ‘Isolated in Ambiguity’, which received an Excellence Award in the Creative Generation Excellence Award and will be displayed in the central exhibition at GoMA in 2021.
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St Andrew’s student to feature at GoMA

An artwork originally inspired by mental health challenges has turned into so much more for St Andrew’s Anglican College Year 12 student Poppie Thorpe, after COVID-19 restrictions stranded her and her family in New Zealand for four months

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Meet the Artist 1: Rebecca Holland and the Cathedral Shop

Gifted digital artist Rebecca Holland tells us about her art and a special piece, described as “an oasis in the midst of the city”, that she created for the Cathedral Shop which is featured on jigsaws, tote bags and mugs: “I don’t just draw figuratively…I am usually a bit more abstract, so I decided to draw the building, but also have the community aspect in it…the music, the coffee and the hands…to emphasise the community”

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Aboriginal art: remembering and healing

“Growing up, I would sit with my mother and grandmother and listen to the stories of our traditional customs, hunting and gathering, creation and dreaming stories, animals in the area and daily practices. My mother guided me in translating these stories through a variety of techniques and tools onto canvas and other forms of art,” says Kuku Yalanji woman and Anglicare Southern Queensland staff member Lalania Tusa