Every September, Willunga Uniting Church makes its gallery space available to local schools interested in displaying student art. This year, an exhibition of artwork by students from Willunga Waldorf School will be displayed in Bethany Hall and throughout the church building from Friday, the 5th of September.
This collaborative exhibition is entitled 'Gifts of the Seasons'. Waldorf students of all ages will be involved in the exhibition, with some older, high school-aged students focusing particularly on creating work relating to the Psalms of the bible, particularly 104 and 138.
Through this focus, students have engaged in conversations about environmental stewardship, social responsibility, environmental and social sustainability, and questions around how to make the world a more compassionate place.
The exhibition will not be the only community event happening at Willunga Uniting Church in September.
On Saturday, 6th of September, the day following the launch of the art exhibition, the Willunga congregation will hold their Annual Spring Fair.
Plants for Sale
Featuring on the day will be -
Live Music, huge plant sale, Bric-a-brac, second hand children's clothing, toys, books and games.
Crafts and activities for children.
Children's Tibetan pray flags, children's choirs, student films, Quilting demonstration, blacksmithing demonstration, a rainbow room…. AND MORE!
Food Food Food!
Fresh crepes, strawberries and cream, sausage sizzle, homemade cakes and baked goods. Homemade pasties, soup, cakes and baked goods.
Devonshire tea, outdoor café.
Just Popped Popcorn,
Just Chips: Vegan hot chips.
The weekend will be a celebration of the spirit of creativity, community and the gifts of the seasons.
The Willunga Waldorf School art exhibition will be launched at 6pm on Friday, the 5th of September in Bethany Hall, adjacent to the Willunga Uniting Church building.
The exhibition will be open to the public each Saturday in September from 10am to 12 midday.
The Willunga Uniting Church Annual Spring Fair will be held on Saturday, the 6th of September from 10am to 3pm in the Bell Paddock (corner of St Andrews Terrace and St Judes Street), adjacent to Willunga Uniting Church.