Events

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery is strongly committed to audience development and has an active and lively range of public programs. The aim of these programs is to reach as many different groups of visitors as possible and to principally connect people with art.

Programs include a variety of activities including: artist & curator floor talks; workshops; master classes; weekend art classes; concerts; film nights; school holiday workshops and guided tours on request.

Regular public programs include artist talks by guest speakers in conjunction with most exhibitions. Special events such as lectures, concerts, performance and practical workshops cater for a broad range of audiences.

Free guided tours of the Gallery are available to school groups, bus tours and community groups and visits to the Hill End Residency cottages can also be arranged.

For further information on these events email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 02 6333 6555


  MICHELLE COLLOCOTT FLOOR TALK
  SATURDAY 10 NOVEMBER 2018 @ 11am – 12noon

 

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Join the artist Michelle Collocott and her close friends Steven Miller and Janet Clayton as they discuss Michelle’s practice and journey in the development of the Three Ponds Series.

Janet Clayton is an art consultant and former Gallery Director of Janet Clayton Fine Art (2007-2017) and she represents Michelle Collocott. Janet was pivotal in the development of Michelle’s exhibition Signature at Janet Clayton Gallery (2015) and the two The Pond Series C exhibitions at Wilson Street Gallery (2008 and 2010).

Steven Miller is Head of the Art Gallery of NSW archive and research library, where Michelle Collocott's archive covering her entire life and practice is kept. In 2008 Steven interviewed Michelle for the Three Ponds Series exhibition at Wilson Street Gallery, Sydney. He has written a catalogue essay for Bathurst Regional Art Gallery’s Michelle Collocott: Three Ponds Series C exhibition.

Cost: FREE

 

 IMAGE:Michelle Collocott. Photo: David Roma.