Interested in exhibiting at the 2019 Sydney Stitches & Craft Show?
The 2019 Sydney Stitches & Craft show aligns with NSW Seniors Festival at Sydney ICC, Darling Harbour. There will be a major spotlight and focus that weekend, as the venue also hosts the Premier’s Seniors Concert which is set to attract 32,000 booked visitors and an expo that attracts around 21,000 visitors across two days.
We are also creating a special Seniors' ticket, available only to those who attend the Premier's Seniors Concert or expo, costing just $7, that will be distributed through the department in advance. This agreement includes a physical presence at the Seniors expo including playing our television commercial during the concert, a craft make & take area inside the expo and an offer in the Seniors Festival preview magazine given to all attendees.
Call or email today for all the info you need on different stand options:
Georgia Glaister: t: 02 9452 7594, e: email@example.com
Jenelle Tesoriero: t: 02 9452 7524, e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rick Nunez: t: 02 9452 7522, e: email@example.com
Zac Fitz-Roy: t: 02 9452 7570, e: firstname.lastname@example.org
STURT SUMMER SCHOOL AND EXHIBITION OPENING
Sturt Summer School 2019 is now available for online enrolments.
23 Courses on offer, over a broad range of genres including drawing, painting, sculpture, metalwork, textiles, mosaics, ceramics and woodwork.
Plus we are running five daily children’s courses ($95 per day or $440 for the week – all inclusive).
To learn more, please follow the link to our website.
You are invited to our next exhibition, A Visual Feast! Two artists and a chef.
Juliet Holmes a Court and Ruth Levine produce art inspired by their culinary muse – Chef James Viles of Biota.
Artists are fed by nature; its shapes, its colours its textures. Appreciating the fascinating culinary work of local chef, Biota’s James Viles, has been a step into a selection
of nature’s offering for artists, Juliet Homes a Court and Ruth Levine. This body of work is visually and touch textural, the perfection of nature, represented in all its imperfection,
a foil against an offshore, machine mass made age.
The exhibition will be opened at 11am on Sunday 23 September by special guest John Newton, freelance writer, journalist, novelist, teacher.
The exhibition will run from 23 September to 18 Novem