What’s On Mahjong Group Artists On Site Tuesdays 1.30 pm - 3.30 pm. Free Sketch Group Thursdays 1.30 pm – 3.30 pm. $4 per session, casual. Portrait model provided. No tuition. Great group support for sketch artists and enthusiasts. Stay for afternoon tea afterwards. Last session for 2012 is Thursday 20 December. First session for 2013 is Thursday 31 January. Have your portrait sketched – book in to be a model for 2013. Friday afternoons 12.30 – 3.30 pm. View Wilma Bajka Van Velze, weaver in residence, at work at her loom as part of our interest in bringing artists and the community in contact with each other. You would be surprised at the versatility of a woven garment even for Summer. Pepper Club Join now for discounts and benefits until 30 June 2013. Only $17 and you will be guaranteed to support the best arts facility where exhibitions, gift shop, art classes and coffee shop are all under the one roof. Its free and includes an original sketch and complimentary afternoon tea. The Burnside Library at Pepper Street An exciting collection of art books has been provided by the Burnside Library for borrowing direct from the Pepper Street Arts Centre. Bring in your membership card or join on the spot with some photo ID. Why not stop for a coffee at Dorrit’s to accompany your book browsing? You are also able to return your Burnside Library books during open hours Tuesday to Saturday 12 noon – 5 pm. Dorrit’s Coffee Shop Perfect for a quiet visit in your own time, or for meeting a small group of friends. Our prices are fantastic thanks to the volunteer support of the Centre… benefits passed on to you. Summer Art & Craft Workshops, January 2013 From ‘Rainforest Dreams’ to ‘Recycled Rag Rugs’ we have arts tutors planning for you a program of art and craft fun at Pepper Street in January 2013. Suitable for a range of participants including beginners, seniors, young people and children. All bookings, costs and other information will be available on our website from mid November. Drop into Pepper Street for the release of printed copies on Sunday 25 November at 2 pm – the first day of our Christmas ‘Little Treasures’ exhibition! Program includes: Treasure Troves and Bling Boxes in Polymer Clay P ep p er n ews Issue no. 55 | December 2012 - January 2013 Exhibitions Little Treasures Handmade art and craft at affordable prices for Christmas 25 November - 22 December Tamara Hahn – Ceramics Acrylics for Beginners and Masters Cartooning and Oil Pastels for Kids Baubles, Bangles and Beads in Felted Wool Creative Coiled Basketry ...and more to come! Frances Radford - Necklace Are You On Our Mailing List? If you currently receive postal information from us but would be happy to receive the same via email we would very much appreciate you letting us know. Saves some arts$$ and trees! If you are not on our email list yet then send us a request to be put on. Cappuccino • Twinings Teas Hot Chocolate • Iced Drinks Cakes and Biscuits An arts initiative of the City of Burnside The wide variety of works on sale will include film and digital photography, paintings, portraiture, jewellery, collages, textile art, embroidery, silk painting, nuno felting, tie-dye, drawing, mixed media, ceramics, handmade glass beads, wood carving, wood turning, sculpture, oil on canvas, ink and pencil greeting cards and even musical instruments. An exhibition featuring an Aladdin’s Cave of affordable handmade art and craft gifts in the lead up to Christmas. Samantha Goodburn, Felted clothing Community Launch Event Sunday 25 November 2 pm - 4 pm Free Sausage Sizzle by Eastern Region Men’s Shed Caricatures by Cartoon Guy Allan Addams Melissa Gillespie – Earrings Luba Chorney, Painting More than 60 artists will be represented offering hundreds of locally made art Finding an affordable Christmas gift and craft pieces at very affordable won’t be a problem. But how many prices. can you carry away? Christmas carols performed by Dolce Recorder Group Artist demonstrations Christmas sweet treats for sale Pepper Street Arts Centre - Exhibitions, Gift Shop, Workshops, Coffee Shop 558 Magill Road, Magill p: 8364 6154 e: [email protected] www.pepperstreetartscentre.com.au Open: Tues - Sat 12 noon - 5 pm. Closed public holidays and Easter Saturday. www.facebook.com/PepperSt Christmas Closure: The Centre closes at 5pm on Saturday 22 December, and will re-open on Friday 18 January 2013 at 12 noon. Exhibitions 10 X TEN T’Arts 10th Birthday Celebration - A decade of collective and collaborative work August Exhibition Highlights for 2013 Fibre Artist Network The collective was established to promote art and design with a focus on textile and fibre, while fostering the creation and sale of quality works of original art by its members. They operate as a non-profit organisation, so that all proceeds go directly to the artists. The collective does not have paid staff, which means that all local members work as volunteers. February/March – Adelaide Fringe Festival Crazy for Cats! An exhibition with a feline theme by 30 artists using mixed media Gift Shop (F.A.N.) - SALA An exhibition of textiles by FAN members September Mary Milton An exhibition of paintings Dianne Wood, Brooches 18 January – 8 February 2013 Ducks (detail) Julie Frahm, Jewellery T’Arts (which stands for Textile and Arts) is a collective of around 35 artists and craftspeople. From small beginnings, the collective now attracts a solid clientele to their gallery in Gays Arcade. Members are excitedly preparing to celebrate their 10th birthday in 2013. Maude Bath, Boobs, Baubles & Bazookas Including both established and emerging artists, the collective aims to have experienced artists foster the development of those who are starting out. Partnerships and collaborations occur regularly between members. With such a large number of artists involved, the shop proudly displays a wide range of media and styles of work. Originally the focus was on textiles and wearable items, but this is now complemented by a good selection of fine art such as painting, prints, sculpture, ceramics, glass and jewellery. Luna, Cheeta October April Pastel Artists of South Australia Anna Small, Watsonia Stake Marden Senior College An exhibition of pastels by members In celebration of the 10 year milestone, artists in this exhibition are working to the theme of ‘10’. This could include 10 elements, 10 processes, be a collection of 10 pieces, have a combination of 10 colours; and this may not always be obvious. Part of the intrigue will be working out the 10 connection in each piece or body of work. An exhibition by Graduates of Certificate IV Textiles May Inner Space An exhibition of paintings by Thousand Hours Painting Group June Quirky, Weird and Wonderful - Tutti Arts Mixed media by artists with disabilities (Tutti Visual Arts Program) The T’Arts 10th Birthday Celebration will launch on Friday 18 January at 6 pm Tessa Crathern, Patterns T’Arts Artist Demonstrations Saturday 19 January 2 - 4 pm Liz Wauchope – Silk Painting Kathryn Hill – Encaustic (Painting with Bees Wax) Robyn Zerna-Russell Joy Harvey, Textiles Artist Opportunities coming up... Exhibitions: July Recent Work An exhibition of paintings by Karen Windle and photography by Dave Underwood Jeanette Chesser, Ceramic Chooks Exhibit in 2014 Applications now being accepted for limited space in the 2014 calendar for artists/groups to submit. Please call for application and details. Gift Shop & Artist of the Month Available to artists all year round for showcasing art and craft gifts. Apply via the selection committee every month, including involvement in the Artist of the Month program (suited primarily to 3D work). Please call for details. Margaret Marsh, ‘Coast’, large zip purse Ivana Distasio, Pendant Upcoming Selection Date For Exhibitions, Shop, & Artist of the Month: Wednesday 12 December 2012 and 20 February 2013. Call for submission details. Yvonne Twining, Leather Coin Purses Gallery quality, affordably priced, hand crafted and unique gifts. Try us for your next gift need, or for something special for yourself. Volunteering at Pepper Street Pepper Street thanks the team of approximately 40 volunteers who contribute 50+ hours per week. Skills required to fulfill this role include customer service, cash handling, sales, and an interest in people, arts and culture.
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