Pictured here: a couple of snaps from this afternoon’s buzzy opening of ONE HUNDRED FACES at Playing in the Attic in Sturt Street, Ballarat. Apologies for the reflections - I’m afraid my photo doesn’t do the installation justice. The general consensus is that it’s even stronger and more varied than last year’s show - and that’s saying something. You’ll just have to come along and see for yourselves.
It was lovely to chat (albeit briefly) with other participating artists, including some old friends I haven’t seen for far too long.
Thanks so much to exhibition curator, Playing in the Attic’s proprietor, Trudy McLauchlan, for your vision and the tremendous effort involved in putting it all together.
Pictured above: Peter Sparkman (left) and Christine Hickson (right). Peter is the editor and designer of the new Ballarat Arts Alive online magazine, ALYVEN KIIKEN (Alive & Kickin’, Winter edition, 2021), which includes my recent post on ONE HUNDRED FACES, as well as being chock-full of other arts-related news. The magazine is HERE. To read my Blog Post, dated Tuesday, 22 June, scroll down, or click HERE.
ONE HUNDRED FACES concludes on 18 July