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Jump Into Family-Friendly Art This School Holidays
City of Willoughby is a great supporter of the arts and creative industries. The Concourse, in the heart of Chatswood, has become a thriving space for the community, with a popular theatre, a library and a dedicated Art Space, which hosts free exhibitions for the public. If you are looking for family-friendly artistic activities this January school holidays, why not check out the following events?
Ready Set Go is January's featured exhibition in the Willoughby Council Building Foyer
Ready Set Go - A Photographic Exhibition by Helene Chandiok
Every month, Willoughby Council lends it's Foyer Exhibition Space at 31 Victor St, to a local artist, to present a collection that showcases the local community. This January, it's award-winning photographer, Helene Chandiok'sopportunity to exhibit her vibrant study of the Northbridge Knockouts, an athletic team of junior rope-skipping super stars.
What You'll See: Jump into the world of competitive rope skipping and discover the athleticism and skill of the Northbridge Rope Skippers in this dynamic documentary series.
Ready Set Go celebrates the athleticism of the Northbridge Knockouts Rope Skippers
This is a very special, mixed-medium exhibition, celebrating a vital Australian initiative...
What You'll See: This exhibition tells the 60-year history of Guide Dogs in photographs, on posters and hand-painted ceramic model dogs.
Venue: Art Space, The Concourse, Chatswood Dates: 17 - 28 January 2018, Wed - Fri 10am - 5pm, Sat - Sun 10am - 4pm Special Events: Pat a Pooch (Guide Dog puppy) - 17, 18, 20, 24, 25 & 27 Jan on the hour 11am - 2pm Guide Dog Demonstrations - 17, 18, 24 & 25 Jan on the hour 11.30am - 1.30pm