Literary Festival & Historia Print Exchange exhibition

25 May 2019

Time: 10am – 5pm (closed Tue)
Cost: FREE

Feature events during the exhibition — Michael Leunig & Jim Pavlidis in Conversation — Alcestis, world premiere reading of playwright Kat Moritz’s radical adaptation of Euripides’ Alcestis — Jim Pavlidis’ Kitchen Sink Drama illustrations FEATURED ARTISTS: Michael Leunig, Marion Manifold, Jim Pavlidis & Gwen Scott. PRINT EXCHANGE ARTISTS: Helene Athanasiadis, Jenine Bailey, Dianne Colk, Warren Cooke, Beth Croce, Ann Cunningham, Sue Ernst, Silvi Glattauer, Kate Gorringe-Smith, Kim Herringe, Julie Holmes, Alex Hotchin, Kyoko Imazu, Gary James, Maureen King, Anita Laurence, Larissa MacFarlane, Soula Mantalvanos, Emmy Mavroidis, Catherine McCue, Kerry Anne McMeeking, Jiri Tibor Novak, Sharron Okines, Laura Osborne, Jim Pavlidis, Sue Poggioli, Nada Poljski, Trudy Rice, Gwen Scott, Lisa Sewards, Stephen Tester and Justin Watson. ABOUT HISTORIA At the heart of every culture and community, lies a story. Whether it’s the dreamtime Rainbow Serpent of Aboriginal Australia or the mythical Greek epic of The 12 Labours of Hercules, stories are a means by which people come together and collective identities and histories are forged. This year, these myths and mythopeias are just a few of the many stories that are being revisited, reinterpreted and reimagined for the Queenscliffe Literary Festival (QLF) – but not how you might expect. To coincide with the festival, QG&W proudly presents this year’s annual print exchange: ‘Historia’. Historia will be an exhibition of 32 prints, created specifically in response to this year’s exchange theme. This will be the third year that QG&W holds an annual print exchange as part of the literary festival

Literary Festival & Historia Print Exchange exhibition
Further Information

Soula Mantalvanos

Telephone:

0438866068

Website:

http://qgw.com.au

Venue:

Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop

Address:

81 Hesse Street Queenscliff