An Invitation to Tour the
Textile Art Collection of the New South Wales Parliament
with artist Diane Groenewegen
This tour takes you through the textile artwork of the NSW Parliament. Diane, your guide, will explain these artworks in terms of technique and history and reveal some of the behind-the-scenes stories associated with their creation. At the time these were commissioned she was the President of the Craft Council of NSW and is a well-known textile artist and teacher. Join us for a unique opportunity to view and learn about these important works.
Date: Friday 17 July 2009
Times: 10:30am -12noon (registration 10:15am)
or 2:30pm - 4:00pm (registration 2:15pm)
Cost: $10 (includes colour booklet)
Venue: Parliament House is in Macquarie Street, almost opposite Martin Place. Public transport is recommended as parking at the Parliament is not available. The nearest train stations are Martin Place and St James. Participants should enter Parliament via Macquarie Street and make their way to the Legislative Assembly reception desk.
The program is organised by the Education Section of the NSW Parliament.BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL, please contact us on:
9230 2047 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org