‘Digital-Life-II’ by Geoff-Farquhar-Still from ‘Sculpture in the Paddock’ 2013
‘Sculpture in the Paddock’ 2014 will be officially launched @ 5.00pm Friday 3rd October at the National Trust property ‘Cooma Cottage’ near Yass. It will be MC’d this year by Genevieve Jacobs (ABC 666 Radio Canberra) and officially opened by Professor David Williams AM (ANU). The judges this year include Shane Breynard (Director of Canberra Museum and Gallery), Joseph Falsone (Director, Gorman Arts Centre) and Helen Musa (Arts and Cultural journalist).
‘Sculpture in the Paddock’ is part of ‘YASSarts SPRING!’ and will run until 26th October. Click <<here>> for the website.
Yass has been selected as one of five regional towns in NSW to host the Indent Tour in November 2014.
Facilitated by MusicNSW, The Indent Tour is the only all ages, regional tour of NSW that trains young people to stage their own safe, drug and alcohol free music events. The tour works with some of Australia’s best artists to forge regional touring networks, invest in regional infrastructure and develop the skills of young people around the state.
Last Tuesday the crew from Indent visited the Yass Valley Youth Council to provide an overview of the upcoming tour, which will feature three local acts programmed as supports for a secret headliner who will be revealed on the 24th September. Tickets will be on sale from the 24th! Details at the <<Facebook>> page
This is what the <<Yass Tribune>> reported this week
The judges for the 2014 Sculpture in the Paddock are Shane Breynard (Director of Canberra Museum and Gallery), Joseph Falsone (Director, Gorman Arts Centre) and Helen Musa (Arts Editor, City News, Canberra). Click on the Sculpture in the Paddock prompt in the left hand margin to find out more about the judges.