Spring’s sweet tunes

If you are looking for something to do on Saturday arvo, you could always check out the Spring Series, every Saturday from 2pm – 4pm at the Art Lounge on Lorne St Auckland, through till end of November.

Enjoy refreshments while listening to visual artists, poets, writers, musicians, filmmakers, playwrights and arts facilitators talk about and demonstrate their work. Emerging as well as established artists will be showcased. Free, gold coin koha requested for the artists. $4 all day parking vouchers for CBD.

This Saturday (18th Oct), the talented Sarah Marlowe is performing with Matthew Coburn (Driftwood Messenger) and plan to share their unique musical journeys.

I’ve been fortunate enough to hear the gorgeous Sarah Marlowe live from my office cubicle, she really has a beautiful, haunting voice.  Go along and check them out this weekend.

Click after the jump to see the rest of the Spring Series lineup for October and November. 

25th October: Expressionist painter Cristina Popovici and furniture designer Valentin Tinc discuss their individual and collaborative projects and film-maker Rewa Wright will share from her recent work.

1-Nov: Metonymy, an arts collaboration project, with organisers Hannah May Thompson, Christian Jensen & Renee Liang. Poet Doug Poole & the Pasifika poets talk about POLYNATION, their work which took the Queensland Poetry Festival by storm.

8-Nov: Jam Radio – founder Louise Evans will talk about her pioneering work in community radio and the arts. award-winning playwright, poet and fiction author Vivienne Plumb will discuss her creative endeavours.

15-Nov: Poets Penny Somervaille and Genevieve McLean

22-Nov: Experimental musician Fiona Soe Paing and visual artist Zennor Alexander

29-Nov: Photographer Deborah Smith, film-maker Orlando Clairmont

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