STITCH 'n' PAINT

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Event Dates & Times

  • Sat, Nov 20 2021 5:00pm

Running Time

approx 3 hours

Notes

Venue: The Boadwalk Gallery, Wrest Point Casino

Address: 410 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay TAS 7005

5pm for 5:30pm Start

On entry, patrons will be required to check-in via the Check In TAS app.

Dress Code - Black Tie

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STITCH 'n' PAINT

Art Exhibition

The works in this exhibition are made and presented by mother and daughter team Hetti and Martinne-Rose, bringing together a mixture of mediums including painting, textiles and collage, depicting vibrant abstractions, landscapes, and portraiture.

Based in Northern Tasmania, Hetti and Martinne-Rose are prolific makers who weave the complex realities of living with disability and working with local community into their practice.

Their multi-disciplinary practice skilfully combines personal narratives and observations of everyday life that are presented here with the aim to raise awareness and support for Guide Dogs Tasmania.

Lisa Campbell-Smith

Engagement Co-ordinator, Contemporary Art Tasmania





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  • $37.50 - Adult

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Venue: The Boadwalk Gallery, Wrest Point Casino

Address: 410 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay TAS 7005

5pm for 5:30pm Start

On entry, patrons will be required to check-in via the Check In TAS app.

Dress Code - Black Tie


Guide Dogs Tas

Guide Dogs Tasmania is the only organisation to raise and train puppies right here in the state. We exist to ensure Tasmanians with vision impairment, disability and illness can live independent lives of their own choosing.

The beautiful dogs in our program do so much more than help people who are vision impaired to navigate the world around them. They do more than settle and calm a child living with autism, or someone struggling with trauma or illness.

They give the gift of independence and confidence to their handlers. They bring joy and companionship, hope and opportunity, not only to the people whose lives they are changing, but also to their families.

It takes over two years and costs more than $50,000 to train a Guide or Assistance Dog. Guide Dogs Tasmania relies on the support of the community to provide these life-changing services to Tasmanians in need.