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Redcliffe Art Gallery is proud to present a host of workshops to suit everyone.

Redcliffe Art Gallery — 01 November 2018 – 30 April 2019

Friday 19 October - Saturday 1 December

Exhibition: As far as the eye can see
10.00am - 4.00pm Redcliffe Free
As far as the eye can see celebrates the contemporary topography of both landscape and printmaking.

Tuesday 30 October - Saturday 1 December

Foyer Exhibition: Marelise Mitchley
10.00am - 4.00pm Redcliffe Free
Marelise Mitchley uses rich oil paints to bring to life the bright colours which catch her eye and give her pleasure.

Saturday 17 November

Family walking tour: Journey Sticks
10.30am - 2.00pm Redcliffe Free
Take a journey with us along the Humpybong Creek. Hear historical facts about the surrounding plant life and become familiar with some of the native and introduced species of the area.

Monday 19 November

Under 5s: Busy Bees
11.15am - 11.45am Redcliffe Free
Construct your own bee and learn about the busy work of bees through imaginary play and song.

Wednesday 21 November

Masterclass: Looking at the landscape upside down with printmaker Susanna Castleden
10.30am - 3.00pm Redcliffe
This masterclass will include a discussion on our approaches to landscape and a practical workshop in mono printing.

Tuesday 27 November

Talk & Taste: Bush Tucker Gardening
10.30am - 12.00noon Redcliffe Free
Join Veronica of Witjuti Grub Bushfood Nursery for an information session about the thousands of native plant species traditionally tended and harvested by Australian Indigenous people.

Thursday 6 December - Saturday 5 January

Foyer Exhibition: Ruby Purple
10.00am - 4.00pm Redcliffe Free
Outback Connections is an exhibition revealing Ruby Purple’s conceptual process and how she designs and creates artworks from natural grasses, paper and found materials.

Friday 7 December - Friday 25 January

Reasonable and Necessary: prints and artist books by Artel artists
10.00am - 4.00am Redcliffe Free
Reasonable and Necessary, curated by Lynne Seear, includes Artel prints and artist books, which are both refreshingly unpretentious and exceedingly skilled. Artel and Cascade Place are programs run by CPL (Choice, Passion, Life) in Redcliffe. These programs support the development of a positive and participatory cultural identity for people with profound and complex disabilities

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