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What’s on@the

2012 - 2013


2013 SHOW PROGAMS OUT NOW! Visit glasshouse.org.au to find out more! “A remarkable piece of theatre. Do whatever you can to get a ticket”. The Courier-Mail

STICKS, STONES,

BROKEN BONES

Presented by Glasshouse Port Macquarie

presented by shake & stir theatre co & Glasshouse Port Macquarie

FRIDAY 15 FEBRUARY, 8pm (02) 6581 8888 glasshouse.org.au

THURSDAY 21 FEBRUARY, 7.30pm

The Glasshouse is supported by the NSW Government through Arts NSW

“Flickerfest is simply about excellence in short films, nothing else” ArtsHub 2012

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SATURDAY 23 FEBRUARY, 2pm

SATURDAY 9 MARCH, 7.30pm


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CHRISTMAS IN THE GLASSHOUSE WITH HASTINGS CHORISTERS

Sunday 16 December, 2pm Chill out in the Glasshouse theatre with a variety concert full of festive spirit, fun and surprises with choirs, dancers and musicians. A wonderful opportunity for you and your family to enjoy an afternoon of seasonal entertainment featuring many festive musical treats. Hastings Choristers will present a concert full of variety, Christmas spirit and fun with superb choirs and exceptional guest musicians – Daniel Macey (baritone), Jason Heise (trumpet), Margie Cassegrain (violin), Lydia Wills (piano) – and much more.

SHOWTIME

Be thrilled by the beautiful solo voices of talented children and adults – you will be rejuvenated and captivated with this delightful program of seasonal favourites.

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Adult

Conc/Group (6+)

Under 21/Student

$30.00

$25.00

$15.00


MACCA ON TOUR Thursday 24 January 2013, 8pm Ian McNamara hits the road with his Gumboot Band and musical mate Digger Revell, ‘the man with the big hat’, with a concert tour to celebrate his 30+ years of Australia All Over, the legendary ABC Sunday morning radio show that connects Aussies across the country and around the world. Macca’s concert showcases the songs that have touched him and his listeners, while he spins a yarn or two and brings to the stage his genuine love of country that makes Australia All Over a Sunday morning ritual for so many people.

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It’s a night of music, song and laughter… and if you ask him nicely he might reprise his rock n’ roll days as one of Col Joye’s Joy Boys.

Tickets* All

Adult

Conc/Group (6+)

Under 21/Student

$49.90

$45.90

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ANIMAL FARM PRESENTED BY SHAKE & STIR THEATRE CO & GLASSHOUSE PORT MACQUARIE

Friday 15 February, 8pm Phenomenally good. Magnificently, ridiculously, fabulously good… Animal Farm went down as one of the finest new pieces of theatre in Queensland.” Brisbane Times, August 2012 Animal Farm, one of the most controversial and studied political commentaries arrives in a brand new production combining physical theatre and storytelling. George Orwell’s simple yet intensely powerful fairytale illustrates how greed and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Animal Farm promises to be one of the most shocking, exciting, relevant and wickedly funny theatre events in 2013 – don’t miss it! Warning: Contains mild language and adult themes.

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The Australian Government is proud to be associated with this tour through the national performing arts touring program, Playing Australia, which gives Australian across the country the opportunity to see some of our best performing arts. Originally produced in association with QPAC.

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Tour managed and coordinated by arTour, an initiative supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

Tickets*

Adult

Conc/Group (6+)

Under 21/Student

Members

$26.00

$23.00

$19.00

Non Members

$29.00

$26.00

$23.00


STICKS, STONES, BROKEN BONES PRESENTED BY GLASSHOUSE PORT MACQUARIE

Thursday 21 February, 7.30pm Sellout season: 2010 Edinburgh Fringe Festival Winner: Spirit of the Fringe & Best Newcomer, Edinburgh 2010 Shortlisted: 2010 Total Theatre Award Come play in the dark! Mr. Bunk presents a series of delicate, intricate comic sketches with his shadow puppets. Using a minimum of language in the show, his elaborate contraptions that generate the shadows fascinate, while his surreal cartoon shadows delight.

SHOWTIME

Sticks, Stones, Broken Bones transports children and adults alike into a giddy, funny dream world, a shadowy, bent take on Warner Bros wackiness. In each scene the audience is invited behind the visual trickery, to witness the making of the shadow puppet melodramas. Warning: Some scenes may frighten very young children. We recommend 7+

Tickets*

Adult

Conc/Group (6+)

Under 21/Student

Members

$26.00

$23.00

$19.00

Non Members

$29.00

$26.00

$23.00

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CLASS CLOWNS PRESENTED BY MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL & GLASSHOUSE PORT MACQUARIE

Saturday 23 February, 2pm “Class Clowns is a sneak preview of the future of Australian comedy.” Lawrence Leung, 2012 Class Clowns National Final Judge Each year hundreds of secondary school students from years 9-12 participate in Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s Class Clowns competition – channelling all that cheeky tomfoolery into entertainment for a wider audience!

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Come and see our funniest local teens competing to go through the State Finals of Class Clowns. The national winner receives $1000 for themselves and $1000 for their school. Class Clowns will be hosted by a professional Melbourne International Comedy Festival comedian. If you are a local Class Clown and would like to compete – visit www.classclowns.com.au to find out more. Tickets* Members Tickets $60 Non Members 10

All $7.00 $8.00


DUET PRESENTS

COLIN HAY: FINDING MY DANCE Saturday, 2 March 2013, 8pm Colin Hay is in the midst of a remarkable renaissance. While his voice and face are still familiar to millions as front man, principal songwriter, and lead vocalist of pop sensations Men at Work, Colin is now connecting with a new generations of fans. Hay is at the absolute peak of his craft. As a writer and vocalist, he has never been more masterful. “Hay is funnier than most stand-up comedians, so he’ll split your sides and then drop a heartbreaking ditty on you.” The Houston Chronicle Tickets*

$49.00

FLICKERFEST PRESENTED BY GLASSHOUSE PORT MACQUARIE

Saturday 9 March, 7.30pm Considered by filmmakers to be one of the main festivals on the world circuit, Flickerfest is Australia’s only Academy® Accredited and BAFTA recognised short film festival. All Flickerfest films are handpicked to represent the most innovative, creative and cutting edge short films being produced in Australia and the world today. The Glasshouse will be screening the Best Of Australian Shorts program, a showcase of our amazing Australian filmmaking talents. Tickets*

Adult

Conc/Group (6+)

Under 21/Student

Members

$17.50

$15.50

$13.50

Non Members

$19.50

$17.50

$15.50

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CORNER DAME KIRI TE KANAWA PRESENTED BY GLASSHOUSE PORT MACQUARIE

Wednesday 13 March, 8pm Experience the lyrical beauty and sublime artistry of one of the world’s most beloved voices. This intimate evening will enchant not only those familiar with her music but anyone moved by song.

DALE BURRIDGE Monday 18 March, 11am Don’t miss this world-class theatre star singing your favourite songs from Phantom Of The Opera, Lés Miserables, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Josh Groban.

INFINITE SPACE PRESENTED BY MELBOURNE BALLET & GLASSHOUSE PORT MACQUARIE

Tuesday 2 April 8pm, Wednesday 3 April, 8pm, Thursday 4 April, 11am The Melbourne Ballet Company, one of Australia’s most beloved ballet companies, presents Infinite Space a breathtaking example of classical dance re-interpreted to inspire new and loyal ballet audiences. 12


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2012 RANAMOK GLASS PRIZE 23 November 2012 – 3 February 2013 The Ranamok Glass Prize is an annual acquisitive award for glass artists who are resident in Australia and New Zealand. The work presented for consideration is a major effort in the artist’s personal body of work — displaying excellence and imagination in quality of ideas and execution in contemporary practice. Entry is free. Ranamok Glass Prize touring exhibition. Christine Cathie, Reclining O-void, cast lead crystal, acid etched and polished, (detail), 18 x 56 x 35cm. Courtesy of the artist

LIGHT SENSITIVE MATERIAL: WORKS FROM THE VERGHIS COLLECTION

7 December 2012 - 20 January 2013

GALLERY

Light Sensitive Material: Works from the Verghis Collection is a vibrant selection of photographic, light and digital media works from the private collection of Rachel Verghis, one of Australia’s youngest art collectors. Her collection presents a fascinating snapshot of contemporary art from the last decade.

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A Bathurst Regional Art Gallery exhibition in conjunction with Rachel Verghis, toured by Museums and Galleries NSW. Petrina Hicks, Shenae and Jade, 2005, lightjet print, 142 x 134cm, edition AP (detail). Image courtesy the artist and Stills Gallery. Collection Rachel Verghis.

bathurst regional art gallery


B IS FOR BIRD 14 December 2012 - 3 February 2013 B is for Bird was developed to capture the imagination of children and celebrate our fine feathered friends. This exhibition features contemporary artwork by Martin Wilson, Colleen Werner and Tarpie Watts. These artists have been inspired by birds to express and explore a broad variety of ideas and concerns including global environmental and social issues; cultural, family and personal histories; and to capture the magic of the natural environment. Featuring works from the Port Macquarie-Hastings Council Collection.

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Martin Wilson, Blue Budgie on Pink, 2003 wool on hessian, 320cm x 500cm (detail). Courtesy of the artist

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HAND PICKED: WORKS FROM THE PORT MACQUARIE-HASTING COUNCIL COLLECTION

25 January – 3 March 2013 Hand Picked features a selection of Port MacquarieHasting Council Collection artworks chosen by members of the Port Macquarie Chamber of Commerce. Collection artworks form the foundation of numerous Glasshouse curated exhibitions and are prominently included within the creative program each year. In addition, artworks are displayed in high profile positions throughout the Glasshouse and Council buildings. Jo Davidson, Water Study, 2000, acrylic on board (detail). Port Macquarie-Hastings Council Collection, purchased 2005

COASTAL FRAGMENTS: WAYNE WILSON

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8 February – 10 March 2013 In this exhibition, Wayne Wilson has responded to the fleeting, half-seen movements and constant changes observed along our coastline. Wilson’s recent artwork has been influenced in both a subliminal and direct manner by his immediate environment as well as contemporary and historical ideas. The artworks are more than records or notations of place and time, they also incorporate personal symbols, crosses and ovals, within a context of compositional challenges and play. Glasshouse Regional Gallery Supporting Community Arts. Wayne Wilson, Coastal Fragments I, 2012, mixed media, 74 x 43cm (detail). Courtesy of the artist

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NEIL FRAZER 8 February – 10 March 2013 Neil Frazer captures the epic and awe-inspiring experience of landscape in his large scale paintings. The dichotomy of textured luscious paint and crisp white surfaces creates a tension that captures the very essence of a vast terrain. Frazer transforms the sublime landscape into an almost abstract notion through his painterly and impasto surfaces. There is a masculine quality to the works that echo the rawness of the natural environment. The Glasshouse Regional Gallery would like to acknowledge Martin Browne Contemporary for their support with this exhibition.

GALLERY

Neil Frazer, Wave Length II, 2012, acrylic on canvas, 200 x 300 cm (detail). Courtesy of the artist and Martin Browne Contemporary Gallery, Sydney

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January COLLECTING FOR COUNCIL Gallery Curator: Niomi Sands 10am Friday 25 January Join Senior Gallery Curator Niomi Sands as she presents an overview of the Port Macquarie-Hastings Council Collection of artworks. Hear about the collection strategy and the stories behind some of the key works and artists within the exhibition. Held in association with the Hand Picked exhibition 25 January – 3 March 2013 Jo Davidson, Water Study, 2000, acrylic on board (detail). Port Macquarie- Hastings Council Collection, purchased 2005

Cost: Adults $8, Friends/ Members: $5

February INSIDE THE LANDSCAPE Artist: Neil Frazer 10am Friday 22 February

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Join us for Q & A with landscape artist Neil Frazer, as we discuss the work and influences behind his dramatic and dynamic landscapes. Neil Frazer’s work has recently been acquired into the Port MacquarieHastings Council Collection through the Cultural Gifts Program. Neil Frazer’s work will be on display from 8 February – 10 March 2013 Neil Frazer, Wave Length II, 2012, acrylic on canvas, 200 x 300 cm (detail). Courtesy of the artist and Martin Browne Contemporary Gallery, Sydney

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29 March (Good Friday) – NO COFFEE MORNING


ART USING THE iPAD:

AN INTRODUCTION TO USING iPAD AS AN ART TOOL with artist MIC REES

2 Day Workshop Saturday 2 & Sunday 3 February, 10am — 3.30pm Are you a seasoned artist or just someone that just likes to doodle? This course is designed to give you a introduction to the ipad as a drawing and painting tool. Working with digital artist Mic Rees, artists and iPad lovers will be encouraged to try new ways of painting and drawing in the digital world, bringing to life creative digital artworks. With the rise in popularity of iPads, this course is designed to explain the basics of art on the iPad. In this two-day workshop you will be guided through with handson examples of some of the apps available and how to use them to create art. Utilising just fingers and stylus pens, participants will discover how to promote, create and collaborate in the digital world. ABOUT THE TUTOR Mic Rees is a local artist trained in fine arts and also graphic design. Mic’s iPad art has been exhibited locally (including the Glasshouse) and internationally, both online and in print and was recently published in the Artist Palette magazine, UK’s FYI magazine and a book on international digital artistry. Mic Rees, Lake Cathie Bridge at Night, painted on iPad

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ART AFTER HOURS

ART HISTORY SERIES

presented by Art Historian and guest speaker David de Giustino Relax while sipping on a glass of champagne and hear art historian & guest speaker David de Giustino explore the historic, subjective and decorative aspects of art throughout history.

GARDENS IN ART Thursday 28 February, 5.30pm Gardens are (or can be) ‘works of art’ in themselves, and many artists have included gardens in their paintings. Come and learn the many ways that gardens have been depicted over the centuries. Claude Monet, the Artists Garden at Giverny, 1900, oil on canvas (detail), Yale University Art Gallery

POSTERS IN ART Thursday 14 March, 5.30pm Explore the great diversity of posters in art. Posters have always aimed at the biggest possible audience, and they have therefore helped mould our modern identities as communities and nations. Victor Bicycles Poster by William Bradley

THE ART OF TRAVEL Thursday 28 March, 5.30pm

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Artists have always been among the most dedicated travellers. This lecture will explore some of the paintings which celebrate modern travel and the inspiration which artists have themselves gained from travel. Single Tickets: $12 Adult, $11 Student, $10 Friend/Member 3 Ticket Buy: $31 Adult, $29 Student, $25 Friend/Member – 3 x Lectures. Includes a complimentary glass of champagne or orange juice. Bookings required. Call (02) 6581 8888 The Glasshouse is supported by the NSW Government through Arts NSW

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CREATIVE WORKSHOPS CRASH, BANG, RATTLE 10.30am – 11.30am Friday 11 January Play with your child and explore the world of music. Crash, Bang, Rattle is loads of noisy fun and a great way to start your child’s musical education. Ages: six months – 4 years Cost: $8.50

INK BLOT MONSTERS – CREATIVE PLAY 10am – 11am Wednesday 16 January Kids and their carers will have fun exploring colour and creating fun creatures out of simple painting techniques and mixed materials. Ages: 3 – 5 years old and their carers Cost: $10 (child must be accompanied by an adult)

EGYPTIAN MASKS 10am – 12pm Thursday 17 January Back by popular demand, discover the wonderful history of Ancient Egypt and learn about King Tut’s Tomb. Kids will walk like an Egyptian as they create and decorate ther own King Tut Mask. Ages: 6 – 12 Cost: $15 all materials supplied

CRASH, BANG, RATTLE 10.30am – 11.30am Friday 18 January Ages: six months – 4 years Cost: $8.50

FAMILY

JUNGLE ADVENTURE – CREATIVE PLAY 10am – 11am Monday 21 January Kids and their carers will inspired by the wild jungle have a fun morning using recycled materials to make fun and colourful jungle jewellery and clothing. Ages: 3 – 5 years old and their carers Cost: $10 (child must be accompanied by an adult) 22


for KIDS

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL visit glasshouse.org.au or call 6581 8888

LUNAR LANDSCAPES 12.30pm – 2.30pm Monday 21 January Children look at images of the planets use their imagination to create a 3D lunar landscape. Using collage, mixed media and painting techniques, children will learn how to create a fantastic lunar set, complete with aliens. Ages: 6 – 12 Cost: $15 all materials supplied

CRAZY BIRDS SCULPTURES 10am – 12pm Wednesday 23 January Looking at a wide array of bird images, children will explore the beautiful shapes and colours of birds, and go on to make and create colourful feathery wild birds. Ages: 6 – 12 Cost: $15 all materials supplied

TIE DYE TECHNIQUES 10am – 12pm Thursday 24 January Back by popular demand, restyle your old cotton t-shirts and turn them into new funky tie dyed shirts. Children will explore some exciting new techniques. Ages: 6 – 12 Cost: $15. Bring along coloured cotton clothing and white cotton t-shirts

CRASH, BANG, RATTLE 10.30am – 11.30am Friday 25 January Ages: six months – 4 years Cost: $8.50, $0 Adults FAMILY

KIDS SPOT 11am Saturday 12 January, 19 January, 9 February Art activities in the gallery for our Glasshouse ‘sprouts’ and parents – helping them grow their creativity, learn new skills and make new friends! Ages: 4 – 9 Cost: Free. Bookings required 23


Little Big Shots is an inspiring film festival for children featuring the best in local and international children’s shorts, animations, documentaries and child-produced films. For families and kids aged 2 - 15, this is Australia’s major annual and travelling children’s film festival. Tickets $8.50 (children must be accompanied by an adult)

TINY TOTS

Tuesday 8 January, 10am Ages: 2 — 5

TIKES TO TEN

Tuesday 8 January, 11.30am Ages: 4 — 10

LITTLE TIKES

Tuesday 15 January, 10am Ages: 3 — 7

SIX TO TWEEN

Tuesday 15 January, 11.30am Ages: 6 — 12

AUSSIE AUSSIE AUSSIE FAMILY

Tuesday 22 January, 10am Ages: 2 — 15

BEST OF THE FEST

Tuesday 22 January,11.30am Ages: 5 — 10 24

Little Big Shots is proudly supported by Media Giants, Screen Australia, Film Victoria, The City of Melbourne, Screen NSW and Arts NSW


hastings

moonlight movies summer 2013

IT’S FREE! Outdoor cinema comes to the Hastings every summer with six nights of FREE movies in January! Hastings Moonlight Movies is a family fun event where popular movies will be screened in Bain Park, Wauchope, beside the Hastings River on Port Macquarie’s Town Green and at Laurieton Sports fields.

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Events open from 6pm Movies start approximately 8:15pm (weather permitting)

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What to Bring: Picnic rug, chair and BYO refreshments Facilities: Toilets are available at all sites Visit hastingsmoonlightmovies.com for movie details! 25


GLASSHOUSE TOURS

BEHIND THE SCENES @ THE GLASSHOUSE Friday 11, 18 & 25 January, 12pm

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Join us Behind the Scenes @ the Glasshouse and discover more about this unique building, the architects and the history of this site and Port Macquarie. On this walking tour, you will venture into the working areas normally reserved for staff, performers and artists. Bookings required, call 6581 8888 Cost: $5 26


Creative Fun FOR KIDS FOR AGES 4 - 9

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Come along and explore exhibitions and artworks in a fun morning of creative activities for kids and their carers. Children must be accompanied by an adult

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Saturday, 11am JANUARY 12 JANUARY 19 FEBRUARY 9 MARCH 9 APRIL 13 APRIL 20 MAY 11 JUNE 8

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CAFE

COMING SOON! SUMMER WHAT’S ON 2012 - 2013 CALENDAR EXHIBITIONS Till 3 Feb ‘13

Ranamok Glass Prize

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5 Jan — 24 Jan

Salvage Spider Project

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7 Dec 12 — 20 Jan ‘13

Light Sensitive Material

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14 Dec 12 — 3 Feb ‘13 B is for Bird Hand Picked 25 Jan — 3 Mar ‘13

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8 Feb — 10 Mar ‘13

Neil Frazer

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8 Feb — 10 Mar

Wayne Wilson

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DECEMBER 2012 Sat 1 Dec

Bangarra Dance Theatre

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Sun 2 Dec

Bangarra Dance Theatre

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Mon 3 Dec

A Very Glasshouse Christmas

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Wed 5 Dec

Magic of Music

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Sat 8 Dec

La Vive Classique

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Sun 9 Dec

La Vive Classique

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Mon 10 Dec Magic of Music for 0 — 5 Sun 16 Dec Christmas in the Glasshouse

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Wed 19 Dec Magic of Music for 0 — 5

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JANUARY 2013 Tue 8 Jan

Little Big Shots Film Festival

pg 24

Fri 11 Jan

Crash Bang Rattle

pg 22

Fri 11 Jan

Glasshouse Tour

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Sat 12 Jan

Kids Spot

pg 27

Tue 15 Jan

Little Big Shots

pg 24

Wed 16 Jan

Ink Blot Monsters

pg 22

Thu 17 Jan

Egyptian Masks

pg 22

Fri 18 Jan

Crash Bang Rattle

pg 22

Fri 18 Jan

Glasshouse Tour

pg 26

Sat 19 Jan

Kids Spot

pg 27

Mon 21 Jan

Jungle Adventure

pg 22

Mon 21 Jan

Lunar Landscapes

pg 23

Tue 22 Jan

Little Big Shots

pg 24

Wed 23 Jan

Crazy Bird Sculptures

pg 23

Thu 24 Jan

Tie Dye Techniques

pg 23

Thu 24 Jan

Macca on Tour

pg 7

Fri 25 Jan

Coffee Morning

pg 18

Fri 25 Jan

Crash Bang Rattle

pg 23

Fri 25 Jan

Glasshouse Tour

pg 26

Sat 2 Feb

Art Using the iPad

pg 19

Sun 3 Feb

Art Using the iPad

pg 19

Sat 9 Feb

Kids Spot

pg 27

Fri 15 Feb

Animal Farm

pg 8

Wed 20 Feb

Bravissimo

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Thu 21 Feb

Sticks, Stones, Broken Bones

pg 9

Fri 22 Feb

Coffee Morning

pg 18

Sat 23 Feb

Class Clowns

pg 10

Thu 28 Feb

Art After Hours

pg 20

FEBRUARY 2013


SALVAGE SPIDER 5 — 24 January The Hastings’ own One Off Makery set a challenge; to make a giant, life-like creature entirely out of stuff that’s destined for the dump. Grown from mountains of old stuffed toys and industrial offcuts, advice from naturalists and hundreds of hours of delicate handwork, we give you... Salvage Spider! Looming over the Glasshouse foyer, this orb-weaver is like nothing science has ever seen.

FREE LUNCHTIME RECITALS Come along and enjoy a free hour of lunchtime entertainment with the Conservatorium Mid North Coast & Glasshouse Friday Lunchtime Recitals. Every Friday you can enjoy a free lunchtime recital with live vocalists, pianists, instrumentalists, choirs and bands in a friendly, laid-back atmosphere. Every week is different and, yes! you can bring your lunch. Experience live, the wealth of musical talent of our local community each and every week.

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Every Friday, 12.30pm to 1.30pm

FREE


THANK YOU The heart and soul of the Glasshouse is our community and its people. We work hard to provide a wide range of integrated services including performing and visual arts and education, visitor information services, conference facilities and much more. Thank you to Port Macquarie-Hastings Council, our sponsors, suppliers, Glasshouse Friends, Seat Endowment patrons, our invaluable team of volunteers and last – but not least – every single person who has come through the doors and enjoyed a Glasshouse experience.

We thank you for your support and look forward to many more years to come.

GOVERNMENT SPONSORS

A facility of Port Macquarie-Hastings Council

The Glasshouse is supported by the NSW Government through Arts NSW

FOUNDING SPONSORS THE ROSS FAMILY

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS

SUPPORTING PARTNERS

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EASY WAYS TO BOOK

1 VISIT

glasshouse.org.au

2 CALL

02 6581 8888

3 DROP IN

and see us on the corner of Clarence & Hay Sts, Port Macquarie

Program correct at time of printing but may be subject to change.

What's On @ the Glasshouse Summer 2012/2013  

All the theatre, gallery and family fun events at the Glasshouse Port Macquarie from December 2012 until end of February 2013.