Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Spring Flower Workshop


 

Come and experience the joy of flower arranging with 10+ years industry experience Miss Adams Florist will teach you and your friends and family how to make a bouquet for your home, as a gift or for your own wedding!


When: Saturday 15 November 2014, 2:00-3:00


Where: NANA contemporary art space
The Emporium

          185 Hunter St Mall, Newcastle.
Price: $85 (max12 people per class)

Included in the class:

Beautiful hand picked and fresh seasonal blooms, supplied by local flower and plant specialists.
A Miss Adams care guide for the specific flowers chosen for the class
Miss Adams will supply you with floral sundries you will need for the class such as: scissors, floral tie and wrapping paper for take home convenience.
A one hour class where a trained florist will show you the techniques behind a successful rounded bouquet.


Bookings:
0478 030 093 | missadams111@gmail.com | www.missadamsflorist.com
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Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Monuments of the Everyman Opening Event


Saturday the 4th of October 2014 marked the opening of Monuments of the Everyman - an exhibition curated by NANA directors Madeleine Cruise and Jacqueline Larcombe.  
In this group exhibition NANA invited artists from across Sydney and Newcastle to create monuments that memorialize the everyday experience. In an exhibition designed to question the hierarchical value placed on certain people and events in society, artists were encouraged to create personal works that would stand in contrast to an exclusionary history.
Monuments of the Everyman forms part of the 2014 This Is Not Art (TINA) festival program that responds to the Critical Animals theme:  Possible Futures. The combination of sculpture, site specific work and performance showcased in Monuments of the Everyman can be understood as signposts of the present for future generations.
Monuments of the Everyman
Curated by Madeleine Cruise & Jacqueline Larcombe
1st October – 31st October 2014
Featuring:
Jayanto Damanik
Karolina Ristevski 
Flynn Doran 
Madeleine Cruise 
Eleanor Hanlon
Jacqueline Larcombe
Rosie Deacon
Madeleine Brady
Adam Kelly
Lottie Consalvo
James Drinkwater






Contributors to Madeleine Cruise's work receive their 'trophies'

My life is real, Jacqueline Larcombe.
Burger, Adam Kelly

Jayanto Damanik and audience with his work 'conversation with NANA'

Children interact with Flynn Doran's work

(left to right) Co director of Critical Animals, Madeleine Cruise (NANA) Eleanor Hanlon 

Lottie Consalvo, Swan Song (totem)


Gallery Window: Madeleine Brady, Window Dressing.

Front: James Drinkwater, turning thy back no.2

Front: Rosie Deacon, Little men visit block city.
Rear: Flynn Doran, Negative Space - build your own monument.

Jayanto Damanik and his work 'conversation with NANA'.


Monuments of the Everyman
1st October – 31st October 2014
nanacontemporaryart.blogspot.com.au
185 Hunter St Mall Newcastle