Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Call out

After a delayed start to the year due to Christmas Day flooding, The Light Factory Gallery stock show exhibition will start tomorrow.  Some of the highlights are new works by Jessica Page, Darren Gilbert, James Haramis and Gail Willoughby.  I love, love, love Jessica Page's work and am scheming now about how I can buy one of her amazing artworks. 
Mouse tea by Jessica Page
Pug by Gail Willoughby
The Light Factory Gallery and Eltham Bookshop are also hosting the Eltham book launch of 'Memoirs of a Young Bastard' the diaries of film maker and writer Tim Burstall edited by Hilary McPhee.  She will be joined in conversation by Morag Fraser from 3.30 - 5 pm in the main gallery also on Sunday 18 November.  Bookings via Eltham Bookshop 9439 8700.  Tickets are $10 and include a glass of wine.
Image via Melbourne University Publishing
Finally, entries are now open for the Nillumbik Prize 2012.  Entries close Friday 4 May at 5 pm.  For more information or to obtain an entry form email or call 9439 7712.  Volunteers are also being sought for the Banyule Festival.  You'll receive free training/Induction, t-shirt, met ticket, great festival work experience with the event team working on a large scale event and a fun time!  If you are interested register here:

Nb.  Miss Rosanna is The Light Factory Gallery's freelance PR consultant

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