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Ideas Festival 2009



Be inspired as you discover the inner workings of three unique Brisbane creative studios by joining artisan and the Ideas Festival on a personalised three-hour tour.
Meet the artists and experience a rare insight into their world.
Only 30 places available!



Date:
Saturday 28 Mar 2009
Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Cost: $45

To Book: Please email info@artisan.org.au or phone Shannon on 3215 0800
Bookings must be received by 5pm 20 March 2009


The Tour

Be inspired and discover three unique Brisbane creative studios by joining artisan and the Ideas Festival for a three-hour tour of these rare and wonderful places.

Starting at State Library of Queensland (Ideas Festival Information Desk) the first stop is a studio in East Brisbane, creative home to talented ceramic artists Virginia Jones, Sharon Muir and Pru Morrison. These ceramic practitioners approach their medium with invention, originality and imagination.

Next stop is the studio of Barbara Heath, Jeweller to the Lost. Barbara is a highly sort after jeweller who is recognised nationally and internationally. Her work is shown regularly in important exhibitions and public art projects and she has recently had a solo show at the Queensland Art Gallery, which focused on two decades of her jewellery production. This studio is the closest thing to Aladdin’s cave that you will find in Brisbane!

The final stop on the tour is the new Urban Art Project (UAP) studio. UAP collaborates with Australian artists and this is a rare opportunity to see various artworks in production and hear some of the stories connected to these inspiring pieces. This is a magic space where visitors will be mesmerised by a one-off bronze pour while sipping champagne.

This is your opportunity to experience the creative and productive spaces that our artists work within and to hear about a variety of different production methods. Some works will be for sale directly from the artists in their studios.

Seats on the bus are limited to 30, so book early!



Artisan reserves the right to cancel tour if insufficient numbers.

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IMAGES: TOP (L-R) Virginia Jones, Barbara Heath & Bronze pouring at UAP
BOTTOM (L-R) Virginia Jones, Ceramic plates, Barbara Heath, Gold and diamond brooch, Craig Koomeeta Crocodile Sculpture (detail)


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