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Sending Gratitude to the Boone Healing Arts Center

I just returned from Boone today with my piece Monism No. 1 which was on display for the two year anniversary community art celebration at the Boone Healing Arts Center. 91 more words

The Creative Process

It was thirty years ago...

It was thirty years ago…

In November 2014 Cartwheel Arts in Rochdale celebrated thirty years of its existence as a community arts organisation. Cartwheel Community Arts (as it was then) was set up in 1984 through a collaborative partnership between Councillors and officers in Rochdale Council and Liz Mayne the Community Arts Officer at North West Arts. 591 more words

Beautiful Boone, I Love YOU

Last night’s Downtown Boone Art Crawl was truly magical!! I am so grateful to the town of Boone for continuing to provide outlets for my creative pursuits & I cannot wait to come back for another visit. 226 more words

The Creative Process

INTO THE LIGHT - Cycles of Change

Finally
Here is the video of the event we created with the community of Whittlesea Township in September.

INTO THE LIGHT is a community process and event developed using art to explore ongoing recovery issues in the region, break down isolation and build connections. 170 more words

Community Arts

Walk on the Wild Side

Waringa Park School
The completed animals……..
They did a great job

wombat

orange bellied parrot

orange bellied parrot

billby

orange bellied parrot 2

billby 2… 19 more words

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March's Close Knit : Funky Fascinators!

A great session on Saturday creating sweet little fascinators for all those weddings we’ll no doubt be attending over the summer! We were really inspired by the fantastic collection of hats and fascinators on display in the Gallery of Costume. 49 more words

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Close Knit continues to meet on the last Saturday of every month at the Gallery of Costume in Rusholme. Please follow the blog at closeknitmanchester.wordpress.com for more information about friendly knitting sessions themed around the gallery's collection such as this one where the group made gorgeous fascinators!

The Launch Event

The opening of the Look 200 took place across two venues. The launch of the exhibition of paintings took place in the early evening at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital.   573 more words

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2014 Has Been a Busy Year! Read more about it at Look200.org