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 ===== Current and upcoming exhibitions ===== ===== Current and upcoming exhibitions =====
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 +**OFF THE WALL** 
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 +**The Great Alpine Gallery in Swifts Creek goes back to the future** 
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 +The Great Alpine Gallery is launching its latest exhibition OFF THE WALL on Friday 13th September at 6pm.   
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 +Following the renovation of the gallery earlier this year, the exhibition will feature reinterpretations of the calico that lined the walls for twenty years. 
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 +“We’ve given out squares of calico to be painted, dyed, sewn, sculpted, incorporated into installations,​ re-imagined in any way possible for the exhibition”,​ says Gallery President Tracey Johnson.  ​“It’s a neat way of keeping the original spirit of the gallery on the walls even though they are now beautifully plastered and painted!” 
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 +The gallery is one of the oldest volunteer run galleries in Victoria, if not the oldest, and features works by local and Gippsland artists. 
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 +The OFF THE WALL exhibition runs from 13 September until 28 October. The Gallery is open Thursdays to Mondays, 10.30am to 3.30pm, and by appointment at other times. ​  
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 **Living River** - The Waterbugs are on display at the Great Alpine Gallery until 2nd June - don't miss it, they look stunning! **Living River** - The Waterbugs are on display at the Great Alpine Gallery until 2nd June - don't miss it, they look stunning!
  
-The Living River launch was a spectacle of light and colour, even more joyous with a heavy fall of much-needed rain! About 60 people attended the launch with illuminated waterbugs hung in and around the Gallery, and a small group walking the Poets Walk in the rain as Dave Butler read John Butler'​s poem from each of the completed stone cairns.  ​+The Living River launch was a spectacle of light and colour, even more joyous with a heavy fall of much-needed rain! About 60 people attended the launch with illuminated waterbugs hung in and around the Gallery, and a small group walking the Poets Walk in the rain as Dave Butler read John Butler'​s poem from each of the completed stone cairns. ​ 
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 It was a truly celebratory night and great tribute to John Butler, whose vision for the Poets Walk is now complete, with six stone cairns and flood marker cairn along the walk beautifully restored by stonemason Ted Cole. It was a truly celebratory night and great tribute to John Butler, whose vision for the Poets Walk is now complete, with six stone cairns and flood marker cairn along the walk beautifully restored by stonemason Ted Cole.
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