Advance notice! June -7 to 10
our exhibition of prints and original illustrations Woodend it be Fabulous
will be shown as part of the Woodend Winter Arts Festival. The feature artists for this festival will be Jane Tanner
and Ann James
. On Sunday 9 at 12.30 to 1.30 we will run a session Woodend it be fabulous to be an illustrator!
for budding or would-be illustrators. Itís a wide ranging program of arts and the program is now out, so book early!
Two fabulous new prints from the endearing picture book Herman & Rosie
by Gus Gordon
Are we there yet?
We were pleased to be able to tour Alison Lesterís Are we there yet? Exhibition
back to her home territory at the end of April to be part of the Prom Coast Sea Change
which ran from April 25 to 29. The Prom Coast Seachange Festival is a
biennial festival held in the towns along the Promontory coast in South
Gippsland. This is the fourth festival and each has been bigger and
better than the last. The festival celebrates all that is great about
living on the coast. Where possible it draws on the talents of local
artists and musicians and celebrates the region's stunning environment.
The Are we there yet?
exhibition will continue to be shown at the Fish Creek Hall through to May 7, 10am to 4pm.
So we if you are in this lovely area of Victoria pop in to see the
work of this celebrated local author/illustrator who is currently the Australian Childrenís Laureate
. Itís a fabulous exhibition to take the kids to.
Hello! from Australia
We are so thrilled to be able to report that the Hello! From Australia
exhibition we first curated for the 2012 Bologna Book Fair has just
opened itís fourth showing in South Korea as part of the 6th Nami Island International Childrenís Book Festival
from 25 April to 31 May 2013. The Nami Island committee have done a
stunning job of adapting this exhibition to fit their venue.
Since this exhibition opening, we have been even more thrilled to hear
that the National Library in Soul has received 20 requests for the
exhibition and have asked if it can stay in South Korea for next 12
months to cater for at least 10 exhibitions in local cities! Miss
Hyo-jin Lee from the Australia-Korea Foundation, Australian Embassy
Seoul, who we have been working with on this exhibition will meet with
Tourism and State Offices on how to promote this and Australia to these