Children and Teen Art Exhibition

Drawings, paintings, pottery and mixed media works

Ku-ring-gai Council is kicking off its annual program of exhibitions at the Ku-ring-gai Art Centre with the free Children and Teen Art Exhibition, running from Friday January 19 until Friday February 6.

This popular exhibition consists of drawings, paintings, pottery and mixed media works created by children who attend the art centre’s weekly after school classes and school holiday programs. There will also be examples of stories and poems by teens attending author Wendy Fitzgerald’s creative writing classes and information on the popular teen guitar classes.

“This delightful exhibition of works highlights the creative minds of young artists,” said Ku-ring-gai Council Mayor Jennifer Anderson.

“The exhibition will cover a variety of different media taught at Ku-ring-gai Art Centre including pottery, painting, drawing, 3D mixed media works and examples of creative writing that are sure to impress and inspire the art lovers in our community”.

The exhibition opens on Friday January 19 from 6pm – 8pm and will continue weekdays 11am – 4.30pm until Friday February 6.

The Art Centre is located at Bancroft Park, 3 Recreation Avenue, Roseville and is open on weekdays from 8.30am – 5pm. Entry is free of charge.

Ku-ring-gai Art Centre offers a wide range visual art, guitar and creative writing classes for adults, teens and children. Term 1, 2015 commences Tuesday January 28.

Learn more about the classes on offer at Ku-ring-gai Art Centre by visiting www.kmc.nsw.gov.au/artcentre.

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