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Nordic art in peninsula winter MEMBERS of Mornington’s Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society will attend their regular monthly Friday evening talk on the work of Edvard Munch’s work The Scream on Friday 7 July and then, the next day, Saturday 8 July, they will hear a presentation at Beleura House and Garden entitled Rubens to Rembrandt: The Art of Brabant, Flanders and the Dutch Republic. ADFAS offers members and their guests an opportunity to learn more about the arts. Lectures are held at the Peninsula Community Theatre, Wilsons Rd, Mornington, 5.30pm on Friday evenings. The hour-long lectures are illustrated and are followed by light refreshments and an opportunity to meet the lecturer and fellow members. The July speaker is British art historian Gerald Deslandes who teaches art history and visual studies and is a consultant to museums and galleries. He also leads cultural tours to France, Italy, Austria, Germany, Norway and the Netherlands as well as to many areas of the UK. On the Friday evening Mr Deslandes will focus on the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch. The lecture, Munch and the Nordic Imagination, will compare Munch’s suggestion of a remote and claustrophobic world of frustration and emotional extremes to the fantastical imagery of the Viking sagas. Mr Deslandes will discuss Norwegian landscape artists, such as Hans Frederik Gude and Eilif Peterssen, as well as the work of two women artists: Harriet Backer, whose intense lamp-lit interiors resemble those of Munch, and the painter and activist Aasta Hansteen, who became a model for Lona in Ibsen’s The Pillars of Society. The talk will conclude by discussing whether such ideas have continued in the larger-than-life characters and violent narratives of Jo Nesbo. Mr Deslandes in Saturday’s talk will discuss Rubens to Rembrandt: The Art of Brabant, Flanders and the Dutch Republic. He will compare the art of Protestant Holland to the triumphant reassertion of Catholicism in the work of Rubens, Van Dyck and Jacob Jordaens, showing how the artists of the Counter Reformation used drama, movement, light and colour.
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Gallery show OAK Hill Gallery is holding its annual members’ exhibition until 30 July with a $2000 prize pool. The gallery is at 100 Mornington-Tyabb Rd Mornington. The community arts centre aims to promote and develop the arts, artists and their work and enable the experience, enjoyment and appreciation of art in the wider community. The not-forprofit group is run by members and volunteers. Call 5973 4299 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Antiques valuation RED Hill Op Shop is holding an antiques valuation day with certified valuer Warren Joel from 10am-5pm on Saturday 15 July at St George’s Church hall, 201 Arthurs Seat Rd, Red Hill. Proceeds from valuations will go to Balnarring couple Adam Matthews and Katie Wright. Felicity Jackson of the op shop said Mr Matthews sustained severe injuries after falling down a flight of concrete steps last March. Warren Joel was donating his services. Other activities will include a raffle with 10 prizes, a peninsula produce stall, and refreshments for sale. Cost: $20 a timeslot includes valuation of up to three items as well as morning or afternoon tea. General entry $10. To book a time, call Felicity Jackson on 0438 425 815.
New deal for stadium Continued from Page 1 “There are still a few details to be sorted out,” he said. Stage 2 would include a “high-performance training centre” but was not in the scope of the current project. The stadium redevelopment has gone off the rails several times during a long-running and sometimes divisive saga over more than four years. State and federal politicians, including Mr Billson when he was federal MP for Dunkley, argued about funding promises and amounts. Frankston Council and the basketball association had been at loggerheads over annual rent and who would operate and manage the stadium, which saw both parties engage lawyers. Basketball people had marched and demonstrated against the council.
In April, the council ordered builder Devco to stop work on the $12.7 million first stage of the stadium in Bardia Ave, Seaford, amid the standoff over the lease. Stage 1 includes four new courts including a show court with 600 seats, new entrance, show court changing rooms, and a new cafe with commercial kitchen. Stage 1a will see an extra 1000 seats for the show court. Part of this cost, $250,000, has been funded by the federal government. Still to be funded is a bigger car park and a mezzanine floor above the show court that can be used as a function area. The council has agreed to develop plans in preparation for this stage, expected to cost about $3 million. Stage 2, also unfunded, will see two more basketball courts built, bringing the total to 12.
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COMPUTER SHORT COURSES ACFE funded courses $80.00 ($72.00 concession) No classes on public or school holidays FACEBOOK FOR SENIORS - Learn to connect with friends and family in this fun class for seniors. You’ll learn to create a Facebook account, find friends ,post written messages and photos, learn to play games, join groups to discuss topics of interest and learn to secure your account. Thursday 6.30 pm - 9.00 pm, 6 sessions, starts: 17/08/17 INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS 10 Take your first step in computing to learn the mouse and keyboard, customise Windows 10, find your way around popular Apps, import and edit your photos. Monday 1.00 pm – 3.30 pm, 7 sessions starts 31/07/17 INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS 10 - NEXT LEVEL Next Step – Security software, popular apps, slideshows using photos and music, download free eBooks, use your MS account for “One Drive”. Monday 10.00 am – 12.30 pm, 7 sessions starts 31/07/17
COMPUTER COURSES ACFE funded courses $95.00 ($83.00 concession) No classes on public or school holidays LEVEL 1 COMPUTERS - The First Level provides training in practical skills such as word processing, file management, internet, and email. Tuesday 9.30 am - 12.00 pm, 8 sessions starts 01/08/17 LEVEL 2 COMPUTERS - Next Level focus is on PowerPoint presentations, Excel, advanced MS Word. Tuesday 12.30 pm - 3.00 pm, 8 sessions starts 01/08/17
YOGA WITH SHERYNTues 10.30 am - 11.30 am, Wed 7.30 pm - 8.30 pm during school terms. BYO Yoga mat/ blanket. Contact 0425 746 858 PILATES - Monday 7.30 pm – 8.30 pm, Saturday 8.00 am – 9.00 am during school terms. Contact Tamara 0408 371 532 info@thepilatesspace,com.au NATURAL HEALING & SUPPORT - Every Saturday 10.00 am 2.30 pm. Cost $3.00 +40 cents for bottomless cuppa FREE SELF DEFENCE CLASSES FOR WOMEN Classes are open to women and girls. First Thursday each month, school terms 7.00pm – 8.00pm. Contact Cameron on 0419 119 613. Cost: FREE KID’S KUNG FU & ADULT KICK BOXING - Classes for adults, adolescents and children. Monday & Thursday 6.15 pm – 8.30 pm, school terms. Contact Cameron 0419 119 613 T.O.P.I.C. - Take Off Pounds In Company. Every Monday 9.30 am - 11.00 am. Cost $3.00 WEIGHT WATCHERS - Every Saturday 7.30 am - 9.30 am. Contact Denise 0438 496 961 COUNSELLING - Monday sessions bulk billed with a referral from a Doctor. Contact psychologist Heidi Smith 0433 092 201
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COMMUNITY GROUPS SENIOR CITIZENS - Come and join our Senior’s Club. We have a great time each week. Call Jay or Linda on 5995 5281 Every Wednesday 12.45 pm - 3.45 pm PROBUS LADIES CLUB - Ladies meet the first Thursday every month 9.00 am - 12.00 pm. Contact: 9789 0449 ROTARY - Every Monday (ongoing) 6.30pm - 8.30pm. Contact Jenny 0432 407 724 or Peter 0402 302 225
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3 July 2017