Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre will celebrate the diversity of photography with a one day event jam packed with activities for all the family to enjoy.
In addition to the photographic exhibitions on show, Ingeborg Tyssen: Photographs, and Time Machine: Sue Ford in the Regional Gallery and Sean Izzard: Facing Bate Bay in the Community Gallery, you’ll be able to join a curator talk and participate in a range of activities for adults and kids to enjoy. The gallery foyer will be a buzz with free picture frame making and polaroid portrait taking. Kids can take a workshop where they can learn how to print using sunlight or create their own digital photo album.
The theatrette will screen films and feature a presentation of highlights from the Head On Photo Festival by Moshe Rosenzveig, Director of the Head On Photo Festival.
From 10am – 5pm there will be something for everyone – from the serious art lover to the family looking for a great day out. Browse the art gallery, join a guided tour, make some art, take a group Polaroid snap, catch a film, grab a bite to eat, enjoy a coffee or just sit back and relax in the gardens.
10am – 5pm
Time Machine: Sue Ford
Ingeborg Tyssen: Photographs
Changing Faces: Sean Izzard
10am – 4pm
Hazelhurst Regional Gallery Foyer
10am – 4pm
Make a Picture Frame
Free family fun in the Regional Gallery Foyer
10am – 12pm
Print with the Sun
Workshop for children 6-8 years
My Photo Album
Workshop for children 8 – 13 years
11am & 1pm
Guided tour of exhibitions
HEAD ON Festival Slide Presentation
Director of Head On Photo Festival, Moshe Rosenzveig will present highlights of this year’s Sydney wide event.
Films in the theatrette
11.30am & 3pm – FACES 1976 – 1996 (15 mins)
12pm – Fairytale: A True Story
2pm – The Art of Bill Henson
Curator talk in the Regional Gallery with Sandra Byron
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