Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Art to Crow About
Image: Lorraine Pitman, ‘Dots’ (detail) 2017, mixed media.
Art to Crow About, from Kurrajong Lifestyle Choices, is coming back to Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, and in 2017 this great exhibition is bigger and better than ever! Visitors will experience a wonderful array of artworks which truly reflect the talent and creativity of artists with disability from across the Riverina, including contributions from Wagga Wagga and Temora.
Art to Crow About celebrates the skills and artistic abilities of people with a disability, and aims to provide a sense of achievement to artists who are able to sell their artworks. 2017 will be the thirteenth year of the Art to Crow About exhibition at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery. The exhibition will showcase the artwork of people from Kurrajong Wagga Wagga and Temora, and the Riverina Community College (RCC) Inclusive Community Education Program.
Many months of hard work and innovation have resulted in a tremendous range of work in many different techniques and artforms, including drawing, printmaking, painting, mixed media, sculpture and garden art. While the works may be diverse in style and form, they all demonstrate the artists’ shared passion and commitment to their art, in a celebration of their ability.
Art to Crow About 2017 will be officially launched on Thursday 29 June at 6pm, with a special performance by The Twilight Dance Troupe of the Butoh piece The Phoenix. The exhibition will be on display in the Links Gallery at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery from Friday 30 June until Sunday 13 August, 2017.
Art to Crow About is proudly supported by PRIME7, 2WG AM, Warburn Estate, Wagga Picture Frames, and the Phil and Joan Millard Trust Fund.