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Hungry for Art
During August, the City of Ryde came to life with an exciting arts and cultural festival transforming the region into a vibrant hub of creative activity and connecting people to place.
Offering sculpture, painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, installation and digital media exhibitions as well as music, performance and food events HUNGRY FOR ART showcased some of the best creative talent living and working in the region.
A highlight on the festival calendar was the HUNGRY FOR ART weekend:
DrawFest & Open Day, 18 August - The Sydney Gallery School, TAFE NSI Meadowbank College presented a full day’s program of art exhibitions, talks, workshops, drawing and sculpture activities, art market, performance, music, food and more.
Art Trail, 19 August - The suburbs came alive with the first ever Art Trail. Local artists open their doors, providing a rare opportunity to see inside their studios. Galleries and visual art businesses participated, revealing a region rich in creative activity.
Pop Up Art at Top Ryde City and DrawFest & Open Day
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Page Last Updated: 29 August 2012