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Tuesday, 10 March 2015

It has been but I wish to share photos of the great night 

The Geltwood Festival Opening
Friday 6 March, 6:30 - 8:30pm
The Millicent Gallery, Civic & Arts Centre

All welcome!  Drinks and canapes provided.  No RSVP required.

The Geltwood Festival will be officially opened by Wattle Range Council Mayor, Peter Gandolfi and will feature a guest speaker. This is me, Suzanne Gummow.

In conjunction with the opening, attendees will be provided with an exclusive first look at "SAlt The Fabric Trail, Journeys of Five Textile Artists" exhibition in the Millicent Gallery.

The Main Exhibition - SAlt The Fabric Trail - Journeys of Five Textile Artists
Friday 6 - 23 March 2015
The Millicent Gallery, Civic & Arts Centre

The exhibition is a collection of fabric artworks that explore elements of the theme 'journeys' and encompasses various fabric techniques and ideas through contemporary and traditional media.  A group of five textile artists, from emerging to established practitioners, joined to explore, experiment and to challenge themselves to collaborate, critique, affirm and help consolidate individual modes of expression.

It was a great night - loads of people and much interest in the exhibition - it is a beautiful gallery indeed.
Thanks to the Gallery and its staff.

Opening night

Suzanne Gummow (me) setting up the exhibition

Above and below - part of the exhibition

Visitors viewing the exhibition

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