Dear Philo-cafe goers!
Due to weather conditions tonight's ARTalk Philosophy Cafe at Bon Laneway has been cancelled.
We will re-schedule Sandy Horneman-Wren's talk on 'When art flourishes, communities benefit and business prospers'. You will be notified soon of changes to the program.
Thank you for supporting ARTalk Philosophy Cafe and we hope to see you at the next event.
the SWICH Contemporary Art Space
191 Brisbane Street
Ipswich, Q. 4305
Tel: 07 3281 9192
Tel (international): +61 7 3281 9192
NEWS + EVENTS BLOG
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Tuesday, May 10, 2011
We are pleased to announce that our new exhibition, High Voltage: music inspired art, opens to the public today. This exhibition explores music from the 20th Century and beyond through the mediums of painting, photography, mixed media,video and installation. The exhibition runs from 10 May until 4 June, 2011 and features artists from the Ipswich Contemporary Arts Network and artists from outside of Ipswich including: John Grassi, Ivan Lord, DEADMIKE, Leanne Walker, Kylie Stevens, Kate Roberts, Craig Amos, Allan Saunderson, Glen Smith, LeAnne Vincent and featuring installation art by Bud Beckett.
For more information phone 07 3281 9192 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, May 6, 2011
We would like to introduce the newest member of the SWICH team Elyssa Schultz who is currently studying at the School of Journalism and Communication at The University of Queensland. Elyssa is a Public Relations intern who is on board to assist us with our current community art projects, in particular our collaborative Animated Spaces Project with the Creative Generator SEQ and the Queensland Arts Council.
We look forward to working with Elyssa on our projects and to offering further internships in the future.