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PROOF TO KERRY
On now until April 25
Open daily: 11am-5pm
(INC. ALL PUBLIC HOLIDAYS)
655 Fairbank Road, Arawata
Phone 0428 598 262
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Proudly exhibited by ArtSpace
1 Bent Street, Wonthaggi
5672 1415 or 5672 5767
The Inaugural Bass Coast
APRIL 18 - MAY 29, 2017
THE latest hanging at ArtSpace Gallery
has a significant message which combines
art and the implications of climate change.
ClimART is collaboration between Art-
Space and Groundswell Bass Coast and
forms part of the gallery’s contribution
to the Bass Coast Creative Gippsland
In the past few years Groundswell Bass
Coast has presented information about
the implications of climate change to the
Bass Coast community.
This has largely been through forums
featuring guest speakers who are experts
in an aspect of climate change science.
Groundswell is planning to host one
later this year where the theme will centre
on the effects upon the Antarctic.
As facts and figures of scientific data
can become overwhelming at times, a dif-
ferent approach is being taken for this
event – an art show!
Groundswell’s art show is entitled
‘ClimArt’ and follows the theme of climate
Artists have submitted works in a vari-
ety of media that represent their personal
response to the implications of the theme.
A broad range of approaches have been
encouraged in addition to the more tra-
ditional forms of painting, sculpture and
The exhibition will run from April 18
to May 29 at the ArtSpace in Wonthaggi.
Prizes will be by people’s choice so
come along and see it all for yourself.
For more details, phone Bron on 0432
281 006 or ArtSpace Wonthaggi 5672 5767.
REHEARSALS and set design are well
underway for Leongatha Lyric Theatre’s
upcoming production of Hairspray.
Having a blast with their 60s inspired
dance moves and costumes, and filming
a black and white commercial promoting
the Corny Collins Show, front, from left:
Ella Roberts, Kaitlyn Gale, Nevada Crimp.
Middle: Autumn Crimp, Lachlan Moore
(Link Larkin), Brittany Carlson. Back: Ella
Osborne, Emily Carlson, Nikki Stockdale,
The girls will also be costumed ushers
and front of house program sellers when
the show opens on July 7.
Tickets are available at www.lyrictheatre.
net.au or phone Amy Smith on 0439 873 368.
PERFORMING at Phillip Island Jazz Club on
Sunday, April 23 will be the New Orleans Swamp
Dogs, a Traditional/Dixieland Jazz Band.
Originally a ‘spin off ’ from the New Orleans
Connection Jazz Band, it has now established
itself in its own right successfully playing at jazz
clubs, festivals and venues across Melbourne
and regional Victoria.
These ‘entertainment focused’ musicians are
attracting an ever increasing following wherever
they perform, which has resulted in great reviews
from both dedicated jazz fans and audiences who
just want a great afternoon of happy jazz.
The vibrant jazz line-up includes Ian Hellings
(trumpet), Paul Ingle (trombone), Leonid Grigo-
ryan (clarinet/saxophone), Clint Smith (banjo),
and Geoff Kluke (string bass). Individually
these experienced musicians are certainly no
strangers to the jazz world but collectively they
provide a new sound and great base for some
mighty fine Dixieland and traditional style jazz
not unlike the famous Hot Five sessions led by
The band’s recent successes have included be-
ing appointed as ‘resident’ band at Café Vita locat-
ed at the Springvale Botanical Cemetery, where
they regularly perform at their Sunday Jazz Ses-
sions and other corporate and private functions.
Don’t miss this outstanding event from 2pm
to 5pm in the Bass Room at Ramada Resort.
For more information, contact Robin on 0432
814 407 or Jill on 0417 416 300.
Karin Ellis, textile artist, finds the best spot for
her wonderful coat.
When art meets
Hairspray’s shaping nicely
Catch the New Orleans Swamp Dogs at the
Phillip Island Jazz Club this weekend.
Swamp Dogs hit the Island
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