Ironbark Gallery Exhibits Making Memories
For immediate release
25 March 2022
Strathfield Council is excited to announce the Ironbark Gallery’s upcoming exhibition comprising of artworks by talented students from Shine Art Academy, which will be open to members of the public from 14 April to 12 June.
Making Memories showcases the recent artworks of both students aged 5 to 16 years and the teachers of Shine Art Academy, Riverwood. This exhibition gives these little artists an opportunity to not only exhibit their works, it creates dialogue between children and parents and in turn enhancing the connections with community.
Established in 2016 by artist and educator Dawei Xu, Shine Art Academy has been running art classes across Sydney; operating in Riverwood, Connells Point, Chatswood, Epping and Hurstville. Over the past six years, Shine Art Academy has developed a reputation as a leading art school within Sydney.
Join guest speaker, Arianna Deer, Education & Public Programs at Hurstville Museum & Gallery, as she officially opens the new exhibition at the Ironbark Gallery on Wednesday 13 April at 4pm. RSVP must be sent to email@example.com by Tuesday 5 April as there is limited capacity.
The exhibition runs from 14 April through to 12 June at the Ironbark Gallery located within the Strathfield Council Library & Innovation Hub, 65 – 67 Rochester Street, Homebush.
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