Art showcase still open


Story appeared in: Review | April 13th, 2017



ENTITLED 'Wild Things' and exploring youthful energy and expressivness, the 2017 ArtExpress at the Amory exhibition closes on ANZAC Day. Curated by Danielle Gullotta the free exhibition features works by 59 of last year's HSC Arts students on a broad range of subject matter, approaches, styles and media, and is open every day from 10am-4pm.

Author to discuss latest
AUTHOR Carol Baxter will talk about her latest book The Fabulous Flying Mrs Miller at the Merrylands Library on Monday, May 8, 6.30pm-8.pm. She tells the remarkable true story of a 1920s Melbourne housewife who became an international celebrity as an aviator before winding up the key witness in a Miami murder trial. Details: eventbrite.com.au.

Turkish food tour invite
LEARN about Turkish food and culture in Auburn with a walking tour led by a local tour guide on Saturday, April 22, 10.30am-1.30pm. A cooking class exploring Ethiopian Cuisine will also be held at the Auburn Centre For Community on Friday, April 28, 6pm-9pm. Tickets are $55 plus a booking fee. Details: 9735 1288 or flavoursofauburn.com.au.

How you can snap win
ENTRIES for the Cumberland Art and Photography Awards close on Saturday, April 29. Entrants must live, work or study in the Cumberland Local Government Area and Entry forms and terms of conditions are available at the Auburn Library, the Merrylands Library and The Peacock Gallery and Auburn Artist Studio or call 8745 9794. Details: cumberland.nsw.gov.au/arts/.



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