The Grotto Project: Exhibition and Performance
The Grotto Project: exhibition and performance is an exciting extension of the Creative and Performing Arts program at the Central Coast campus of the University of Newcastle.
An art exhibition and performance by students and invited professional artists, The Grotto Project will be launched at 6.45pm on Friday, 14 June by the Federal Minister for Robertson, Ms Deborah O'Neill.
The Grotto Project provides a safe environment for the students and professional artists to trial speculative and experimental approaches to art making with a public audience.
The event will commence in the Fine Arts building with an exhibition titled Play with Colour. Curated by Karen Dimmock, this exhibition explores the idea of Colour across a variety of artworks presented by students and professional artists.
Following the exhibition, an eclectic series of short, innovative performance works developed by undergraduate students will be presented in the Drama Studio under the artistic direction of the Creative Arts Course Coordinator Dr Jocelyn McKinnon, with technical advice and assistance provided by Mr Leigh Collins.
This event is open to the public. Performance admission is $5, exhibition admission by gold coin donation.
WHEN: Thursday, June 13 - Saturday, June 15
Play with Colour exhibition opens at 6pm, performance at 7.30pm.
WHERE: Fine Arts Building
University of Newcastle
Central Coast Campus - see campus map for directions
Seating is limited. To book phone Louise Manning on 02 4348 4323.