WHAT comes to mind when you think about Japan? Booming economy? Friendly relations with? Funny way of writing? Funny kind of language? Bet you’d never list poverty as an important Japanese characteristic. But writer/director Hirokazu […]
THE 8th Queanbeyan Art Society Charity Art Show in Civic has broken all records for sales this year.“Our crowds have been up, our sales are up and we have booked the venue and date for next year,” says society president Barry Cranston of the show viewed by well over 800 people and held annually in army tents set up near The Canberra Centre for a week over Floriade.
“Not only will Queanbeyan Art Society members and non members benefit from this Art Show but of course we are supporting ‘Soldier On’ this year,” says Cranston, whose personal motto is: ‘you must take art to the people’ and who is pictured with one of his own paintings that sold at the exhibition.
The 2015 City Walk exhibition ran from September 19 to 27.