There is no better setting for a Festival than the main street of
Cooran. The Art Exhibition utilises the community's 100-year-old
Memorial Arts Hall.
Tall Trees Art Exhibition is a celebration of Coorans extraordinary artists. Spearheaded by locals, it is committed to providing opportunities for local artists to display innovative and diverse works of remarkable art from a variety of mediums.
Through this exhibition, audiences can engage with talents that include internationally accomplished Aboriginal artist, Peter Mulcahy; renowned silversmith Keith Swan; Glass artist Jason Makeig; photographer Mia Hacker; computer graphic artist L'rece Morgillo; 3D artist China Royale; established painters Alan Falls, Peter Teakle, Rosemary Neuendore and Lew Brennan. Ceramics, wood and antique collaborations are also a part of the incredible range of significant works that celebrate the strength of our region's talented art collections.
Tall Trees Festival Art Exhibition is open to the public from 10am-5pm Sunday 10th October 2010. Entry is free but a gold coin donation is requested for the colour brochure of work exhibited.
We are extremely grateful to our hinterland neighbours, Highly Strung (Art Framing/Fine Art Suppliers) of Eumundi, who have joined us this year in sponsoring Tall Trees Art Exhibition. Last year's exhibition was a great success with many visitors signing the guest book and giving rave reviews of the excellent quality of work displayed.
This is a community event not to be missed.
Tall Trees Festival Art Exhibition
Memorial Arts Hall
Sunday 10th October 2010
Entry - Gold Coin Donation
Memorial Arts Hall, Cooran
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