Smart Expressions: An exhibition of HSC artworks

To be opened by Willoughby Mayor, Councillor Gail Giles-Gidney Guest speaker: Dr Tianli Zu, Chinese-born Australian multimedia artist and Archibald Prize finalist 2015

Art Benefit previously on at Willoughby City Council in New South Wales, Australia.
From Wednesday 13 April 2016 to Sunday 08 May 2016
Launch Wednesday 13 April 2016, 6 - 8pm

Pedestrian Riding with Death (detail) image

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Art Space on The Concourse hosts this mixed media exhibition of selected 2015 HSC artworks from local high schools: Chatswood High, Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner, Mercy Catholic College, St Pius X College and Willoughby Girls High. This collection impresses with content and technical skill, the majority in the traditional mediums of drawing, painting, printmaking and photography.

Helping Wukong to find Buddha: Shadow-Play with Tianli Zu
11am–1pm, Thursday, 21 April
Ages 7-12
$10 per person
Join artist Tianli Zu to blend ancient Chinese narratives with your own modern day stories as you create paper puppets.
Bookings essential: 0401 638 501 or kathie.najar@willoughby.nsw.gov.au

Music and Art
2pm–4pm, Sunday, 1 May
Free
Enjoy an afternoon of delightful chamber music by talented local high school students while viewing the exhibition.
Refreshments provided
Bookings essential: 0401 638 501 or kathie.najar@willoughby.nsw.gov.au

Artwork credits: Joel Andrews,Pedestrian Riding with Death (detail), gesso on canvas, 2015

This event is a Willoughby City Council curated exhibition.

Contact: Kathie Najar on 0401 638501 or email kathie.najar@willoughby.nsw.gov.au