2020 Festival of Glass
FOOD & GLASS BLOWING PERFORMANCES
High Tea with glass blowing demoOfficial launch of the 2020 Festival of Glassand its Treasure Hunt.Monday 6 January 3pm – 5pmCafé Zoo 23 High Street Drysdale
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Twilight Flames: hot glass weaving & sculptingThe Range @ Curlewis | 1201 Portarlington Road | Curlewis, VIC 3222 | Australia Saturday, 15 February 2020 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm (AEDT)
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GLASS ART TREASURE HUNT
Sunday 16 February. 10am – 4pm
Admire beautiful glass art by 50 exhibitorsWatch demonstrations by glass artistsClaim your Treasure Hunt prize
View entrants to the 2020 Glass Art Awards Categories -Sculptural, Functional and Wearable Glass Art: and ‘Bella Wein’, ‘Best in Show’ and ‘Silvan New Novice Artist’ Awards.
Christian College, 40 Collins St., Drysdale, VIC, 3222.
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Monday 6 January - Sunday 16 FebruaryTreasure Hunters of all ages hunt for clues in 31 participating businesses across the Northern Bellarine, to enter a draw for over 150 prizes made by local glass artists.
For participating businesses, look for ‘Enter here’ signs
Springdale Neighbourhood CentreHigh St DrysdaleSun 9 Feb 10am - pm
Bellarine Historical Society in conjunction with the Festival of Glass and ABCR Auctions.Experienced and highly regarded collector Paul Bruce will conduct the appraisals assisted online by his son David from ABCR Auctions.
Bookings are essential.
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Sat 8 - Thurs 13 February 10am – 4pm
Single days possibleVenetian glass master Mauro Bonaventura teachesyou to create amazing sculptures by stretching,weaving and sculpting hot glass.
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Monday 17 - Wednesday 28 FebruaryEARLY MARCH ALSO
Learn the basics of glass art (e.g. mosaics, beading,leadlighting, garden art, wire-wrapping glass) in small workshops.If you know the basics, here's where to take your art further.
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We acknowledge the Wathaurong Traditional Custodians of the land on which the Drysdale Festival of Glass is held and we pay our respects to Elders past and present and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People who are part of the local community today.
(Photo right: Acknowledgement Panel in the Drysdale Arcade Mosaics)