Open invitation to a fun #ASCcommunityfundraiser happening on Saturday 21 January, 7.30pm in BALMAIN.
The event will feature: - A few of the best living artists in Australia kind enough to donate prints. - Social activist and larrikin, Reg Mombasa - Archibald winner, Euan Macleod, artists and printmakers extraordinaire,- Michael Kempson, Ron McBurnie and Bruce Latimer will be our featured artists. - Bell Bird Bush Band
January 21, 2017, 7:30pm - January 21, 2017, 11:30pm
Balmain Town Hall
SOLD OUT - see you all next Saturday
Come to an old-fashioned barn dance, with the Bell Bird Bush Band calling and playing reels, polkas and other barn dance favourites.
The art auction has continued to grow! Featuring a few of the best living artists in Australia kind enough to donate artworks. They are: the multi-talented artist and musician, Reg Mombassa, Archibald Prize winner, Euan Macleod, internationally acclaimed artists Janet Laurence and Tony Coleing, printmakers and artists, Michael Kempson, Ron McBurnie, Bruce Latimer, Digby Webster and Mark Stiles. Just this past week Frank Littler, Helen Eager, Jumaadi and Joyce Allen will be hanging alongside the artists mentioned above!
Tickets are $20 each. Buy them here:
This is a community event, with all profits donated to the Asylum Seekers Centre in Newtown (www.asylumseekerscentre.org.au).
Please invite your friends, singles or couples are welcome.
Bring a plate of food to share and BYO drink.
Dress code: gingham, jeans or whatever you like dancing in.
There will be no food or drink on sale, but within a 5 minute walk there is the Town Hall Hotel which has an award winning bottle shop.
There is no on-site parking with limited on street metered and restricted parking available, so if possible come by bus on routes 432, 433 and 445. If you do drive there is parking off of Beattie St in a carpark near the Unity Hall Hotel and also behind Woolworths again off Beattie. There are streets in Balmain that don't having meters or parking restrictions, but we'll leave that to you.
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