Event Bus Tour, Close Enough

Bus Tour, Close Enough

04 March 2017
12pm–5pm

  • Event Cost:
    Free

Caloundra Regional Gallery has kindly organised a free bus tour, for their opening of Close enough: Young Queensland artists on Saturday 4 March.

Close enough: Young Queensland artists will feature works by Sam Cranstoun, Dale Harding, Alice Lang and Tyza Stewart. This exhibition includes works by post-emerging Queensland artists whose practices are concerned with shared and personal histories, be they autobiographical, culturally specific or informed by broader, socio-political factors. Through a variety of media including painting, drawing, sculpture and video, the artists in this exhibition explore a range of issues from the personal to the political, demonstrating the diverse ways in which artists make sense of the world and their place within it.

A bus will meet outside the Insitute of Modern Art (in front of the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts building) at 12pm midday to take guests to the exhibition opening at Caloundra Regional Gallery, the bus will then return from the opening at 4pm.

To enjoy this lovely trip to sunny Caloundra, and see this great exhibition, make sure you reserve your seat by booking here on eventbrite.

Pick up: Judith Wright Centre, Brunswick St at Robertson Street, Stop 5, Fortitude Valley
Depart: 12:00pm – Midday

Arrive: Caloundra Regional Gallery, 22 Omrah Ave, Caloundra
Return: 4.00pm

For more details about the exhibition click here.

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