"Gift of the Birds"
"The Ritual of Goodbye"
How religions and cultures have evolved to farewell their loved ones - acknowledging International Day of Grief on this day.
The speaker is Adrian Barrett, Funeral Director with 20 years’ experience in the South West of Australia and Toronto, Canada. Adrian is a qualified embalmer and Junior Vice President of the Australian Funeral Directors Association. 30th August is International Day of Grief. It recognizes that everyone in the world is affected by grief. Thursday 30th August, 10 - 12 pm Presentation by Wm Barrett & Sons.
ART AS A MEETING POINT. This is an exhibition of aesthetic natural beauty, whilst it educates, entertains and enlightens. The paintings will be a backdrop for a series of public talks during the exhibition such as birds and their curious lives, and also why Australia’s south west is a world-famous biodiversity hot spot. There’ll be a presentation about the ritual of saying goodbye - how religions and cultures have evolved to farewell loved ones. There will also be an outdoor event with Collie Shire and Friends of the River planting native trees on the Collie River bank. The community is invited to these free events. Sue will take an art workshop. On Friday 27th July at noon, she will give a talk about her work which she describes as “an encounter with the artist”.
All events are FREE for the public to attend (except Drawing Workshop which is payable to the Gallery).
Please arrive 15 minutes before start time.
EXHIBITION SPONSORS. BirdLife WA. Wm Barrett & Sons, Bunbury
Payam Parishanzadeh, Coordinator, Collie Art Gallery. Tel 9734 2921
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Or Sue Kalab. Tel. 9791 4550 / 0407 319344
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"Gifts from the Bush and Beach". Artist Sue Kalab
A solo exhibition of watercolours that shines a light on Nature, an invitation to wander through the forest or amble along a beach
Collie Art Gallery, Saturday 28th July - Sunday 9th September