Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Art at Sydney Children's Hospital, and a film award

The exhibition Play presents an opportunity to see the work of thirteen artists from Studio A, a professional track initiative of Studio ARTES, a supported studio based in Hornsby. The exhibition includes the artwork of five artists who have Down syndrome, among others:

Nadia Lolas and Laura Jones, The Secret Garden (Triptych), 2016,
acrylic on canvas, 91 x 3,312 cm
Studio A: Play 
Sydney Children's Hospital, 1 High St, Randwick 
1 September - 24 November 2016
Please join us on Thursday 1 September, 5:30 - 7:30pm at the Sydney Children's Hospital for the opening of the Spring Art Exhibitions featuring the work of Studio A represented artists.
The exhibition is made possible through the Sydney Children's Hospital Foundation's Art Program, which aims to use the visual arts to "engage, inspire, and improve the lives of our young patients, their families and carers".
Film Award
In other arts news, congratulations to everyone at Bus Stop Films who was involved in the short film Heartbreak and Beauty which has won the audience choice award at Atlanta Underground Film Festival.

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