Art in Berowra is proud to have been approved by Service NSW as a Creative Kids provider.
Thank you to all the students who helped me celebrate my recent exhibition Opening.
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Art in Berowra is thrilled to be a finalist in the 2017 Local Business Awards. Thank you so much to everyone who voted.
We have recently installed a Street Library on the stairs leading down to the art rooms. I first heard about Street Libraries a year or so ago and fell in love with the idea.Street Libraries are a beautiful home for books, planted in your front yard that is accessible to the community. It is a way to share books. Books can be borrowed but no-one needs to check them in or out. You can also swap a book, take a book to keep or if you have a book or two that you think others would enjoy, you can just pop it into the Library. Here is a website with more information on Australian Street Libraries https://streetlibrary.org.au/
I am delighted to let you know that I will be having a joint exhibition in October alongside two previous students and fellow artists Kerri Fitzpatrick and Susie Latimore. Please come along to Opening Night or during a weekday.
These companies have generously and without hesitation supported us this year. Thank you so much.
Congratulations to one of our students who entered the 2014 Recycled Art Competition organised by Hornsby Council. Savannah, who is 11 years old, come up with the idea of making an artwork from recycled eftpos rolls and spent many hours planning and working on her piece. Savannah’s work was chosen to be hung in the 2014 Return to Glory Art Exhibition and also won the ‘2014 Highly Commended Youth Art Award'. This is the third year Savannah has entered this competition and each year she has been successfully chosen to exhibit her work and in 2012 Sav won the 'Peoples Choice Award'. We are very proud of you Sav.
The students of Art in Berowra held a wonderful exhibition on Friday 28th November, 2014. This was a significant event with 200 artworks on display by a cross section of local artists. More than 250 people attended the exhibition. Artworks included paintings, drawings, mixed media, installations and clay work. The work was inspiring, thoughtful, fun and creative. Congratulations!
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