Brush up for latest exhibition

HAVING a brush with talented artists, residents are invited to join Studio A artists, Makers Circle and the Peacock Gallery teams next week to create a collaborative community artwork installation, called ‘Peacock Wallaby’, for exhibition at the Peacock Gallery from August 10 to September 9.

“Migrating birds frequently visit Auburn’s Botanic Gardens. In Winter 2019, a flock of artists from Studio A will join the migration,” arts co ordinator Kristina Tito said.
“Studio A make great art and pave professional career pathways for artists with intellectual disability, with six of them taking inspiration from the Auburn Botanic Gardens to develop new works for the exhibition.”
Inspired by the magic that can happen when diverse minds and hands meet, Studio A will also work directly with Cumberland Council’s local community to collaboratively produce the new installation known as Peacock Wallaby.
“You can spend just a few hours working and sharing with the Studio A Artists, Makers Circle and Peacock Gallery Team or you can come for the whole day; we would love to see you there,” Kristina added.
With morning and afternoon tea provided, book attendance at the workshop at the Peacock Gallery on Tuesday, June 11, 10.30am-4pm, or on June 12-14 at Guildford Community Centre.
For bookings and any access requirements, call 8757 9405, email or find peacock wallaby at