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 ===== Current and upcoming exhibitions ===== ===== Current and upcoming exhibitions =====
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-=== Fresh off the Mountain ===  +**Living River 
-Five artists from the Great Alpine Gallery spent a productive two weeks at the Falls Creek +**
-Artist-in-Residence Program in February, with visits by an number of other Gallery artists. +
-Deirdre Jack, Penny Carruthers, Anne Richardson, Tiffany Forster and Tracey Johnson will +
-be exhibiting work produced during the residency at the Gallery from 8th June, +
-with works by special guest artists Lynn Lochrie, Jenny Coy, Ann Bingham and Carole +
-Pepper also on display.+
  
 +**Launch of Living River, 2 May at twilight.** ​
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 +Living River is an onsite environmental art project along the Poets Walk, Swifts Creek featuring water bugs and river creatures in a range of media.
  
-Come and join us for the exhibition opening on Friday 6th June at 6pm. The artists will share a short reflection ​on their time at the residency, and information on the residency ​will be available for those interested ​in applying.+The Poets Walk was initiated by local resident and poet John Butler, ​and the plan was to feature verses of his poem, The River, ​on stone cairns along the kilometre walk.  This work was not completed by the time of his death, and the walk has fallen into disrepair. However it is now being renewed and revegetated by the local Landcare group and other community groups. 
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 +A local stonemason, Ted Cole, is rebuilding the cairns, and new plaques featuring verses of the poem will be installed. ​  
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 +**Living River** is an environmental art project, which will be sited along the Poets Walk in Swifts Creek, home of the gallery. 
 +As part of the renewal, The Gallery is celebrating water bugs and river insects in a multimedia temporary exhibition along the riverside of the Poets Walk. 
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 +A series of free workshops are being held in February March and April, culminating in the launch of the exhibition on 2 May. 
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 +**Basketry techniques to make waterbugs and insects.** 
 +Wednesday 20 February, 10am - 2pm, Swifts Creek Caravan Park. 
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 +**Cumbungi paper making and mini-waterbug making.** 
 +Saturday 2 March, 10am - 2pm, Swifts Creek Caravan Park. 
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 +**Eco printing and silk painting.** 
 +Saturday 23 March, 10am - 2pm, Swifts Creek Caravan Park. 
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 +**Assembling waterbugs/​putting skins on.** 
 +Wednesday 17 April, 10am - 2pm, Swifts Creek Bowls Club. 
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 +**Stonemason Ted Cole - demonstration of stonemasonry**  
 +Date to be announced. 
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 +**Grand launch.** 
 +2 May, twilight, Poets Walk (more details to come). 
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 +All ages and experiences are very welcome to come to the workshops. ​ RSVPs are essential to ensure adequate materials are provided for participants. ​ Please contact the gallery greatalpinegallery@gmail.com
  
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-=== 20 Years of Water Under the Bridge === 
  
-The next exhibition off the blocks will celebrate the 20th birthday of the Great Alpine Gallery, with the exhibition **20 Years of Water Under the Bridge** to be held from 13th October. ​ We are also recognising **Water Week** in October, the Tambo River and its tributaries being the life blood of of your valley, so have given the exhibition a water theme. 
  
-We strongly encourage all members ​to create some new work in any medium ​for this commemorative ​exhibition ​- it is theme that should inspire lots of fantastic work!  + 
 +=== 20 Years: Water Under the Bridge, 2018 === 
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 +The Great Alpine Gallery celebrates 20 years this October and is one of the longest running volunteer run galleries in Victoria, if not the oldest. 
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 +Started up by local artists ​to provide an outlet for creative people ​in the area, the gallery began life in Omeo, before moving to Swifts Creek, where it has flourished and continues to provide a valuable outlet ​for East Gippsland artists and crafts people. ​  
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 +To celebrate GAG are launching their 20th anniversary ​exhibition ​20 YEARS: WATER UNDER THE BRIDGE on Sunday October 14th, starting with champagne brunch at 11am.  The work of the founding group will be acknowledged with founder/​artist Deirdre Jack doing the launching honours. As well as a photographic display of the past twenty years, the exhibition will showcase current members'​ high quality art, crafts and artisan works. 
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 +The exhibition runs from 3 - 28 October and all are very welcome.
  
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-===== Past exhibitions ===== +=== Fresh off the Mountain, 2018 === 
-A selection ​of our past exhibitions are shown below.+{{ :​fresh_off_the_mountain_invitation.jpg?​700 |}} 
 +Five artists from the Great Alpine Gallery spent a productive two weeks at the Falls Creek 
 +Artist-in-Residence Program in February, with visits by an number ​of other Gallery artists. 
 +Deirdre Jack, Penny Carruthers, Anne Richardson, Tiffany Forster and Tracey Johnson will 
 +be exhibiting work produced during the residency at the Gallery from 8th June, 
 +with works by special guest artists Lynn Lochrie, Jenny Coy, Ann Bingham and Carole 
 +Pepper also on display. 
 + 
 +Come and join us for the exhibition opening on Friday 6th June at 6pm. The artists will share a short reflection on their time at the residency, and information on the residency will be available for those interested in applying.
  
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 +===Great Alpine Arts Trail, 2018===
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-=== Apothecary - folk remedies, bush cures === +=== Apothecary - folk remedies, bush cures, 2018 === 
 Cook up some arty goodness! Cook up some arty goodness!
 The Great Alpine Gallery is joining in the celebration of 100 years of Bush Nursing in Swifts Creek with an exhibition inspired by folk remedies and bush cures. Make some art for //​Apothecary//​ - art as a cure, wacky medicine, home remedies, whatever inspires you! The Great Alpine Gallery is joining in the celebration of 100 years of Bush Nursing in Swifts Creek with an exhibition inspired by folk remedies and bush cures. Make some art for //​Apothecary//​ - art as a cure, wacky medicine, home remedies, whatever inspires you!
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