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[BKARTS] BOOKS.04 Noosa, Australia- Call for entries & workshop program

BOOKS.04 - Call for entries & workshop program

BOOKS.04: Works of Imagination 
An exhibition of artists' books 
28 August - 17 October 2004 
Noosa Regional Gallery 

Theme: NATURE 

When on tugs at a single thing in nature; he finds it attached to the rest of the world. 
John Muir 

Nature as author; allow the story telling capacity of nature speak for itself. Investigate the artists' book and evolve inner connections with art work that develops outer connections with people. The artists' book of nature is only limited by your imagination!

Entries close 11 July 2004 (must be accompanied by completed entry form). 

Entry forms and further information please contact Maryke Stagg, Public Programs Officer, Noosa Regional Gallery. 

Noosa Regional Gallery 
Pelican St 
Tewantin QLD 4565 
Tel: 07 5449 5340 
Email: maryke.stagg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Web: www.noosaregionalgallery.org/books 


Saturday 24 April 2004 
Exploring the Book - Judy Barrass 

The workshop will explore 'bookish' concepts such as sequence, text, sculptural books, storytelling and how to develop themes and content; all mixed up with generous helpings of fun, a shared lunch and lots of practical ideas for creating your own totally individual artist book masterpieces. 

Cost: $40 plus materials 

Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 August 2004 
Small Ceremonies - Glen Skien 

Objects from our past kept in small boxes, like books, have an aptitude for survival. Create intimate mixed media art works contained within the simplest of structures - the box. Participants will have the opportunity to create a series of works which may incorporate mono prints, drawings, found objects and artists' books. The simple box structure is used as a vessel for each participant to develop their own individual concept. 

Cost: $80 plus materials 

Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 September 2004 
Nature as Narrative - Corrie Wright 

A two day workshop combining experimental print-making and the exploration of the sculptural aspect of books using found objects and concept development. Nature as narrative investigates different ideas and brings together man-made and natural materials for experimenting with the print and artist book process. Participants are encouraged to develop conceptual narratives through the visual medium and are only limited by imagination. This workshop challenges the process of print-making and books as a more spontaneous application and is open to all abilities.

Cost: $80 plus materials 

Saturday 11 September 2004 
>From Piano Hinge to Concertina - Di Tait 

An introductory artists' book workshop by Di Tait exploring various techniques and formats such as piano hinge binding and variation, Japanese stab binding and concertina.

For bookings and information about workshops contact Maryke Stagg on 07 5449 5340 or email markye.stagg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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