Media Release - November 2022

GB-ART supports CC-ART!

What better to get to know fellow creatives, gather ideas and just enjoy the region than a bus trip?  This is just what 20 members of GBART did on November 6th.
The Condamine Country Art and Open Studio Trail is the sister trail for GBART (The Granite Belt Art and Craft Open Studio Event).
The bus trip provided the experience of seeing and chatting to other artists on a trail.
Stops included -  Willow Tree Art Collective, Killarney, Tannymorel mural, the Hermitage Sandstone and Mosaic picnic shelter for a fabulous boxed lunch by Vincenzo’s Big Apple Cafe, Warwick Art Gallery and the Warwick Pottery club.
GBART offers an engaging experience for all who participate, artists and attendees alike.  Makers meeting makers added another dimension. GBART artisans got to experience an art trail from the participant side. “Walking a mile in others’ shoes is definitely a way to improve your own performance, “ said GBART Vice President Linda Hodson.
GBART President, Roxane Scott said, “ I found the day fascinating but I hope what our artisans took away was a sense of how important it is to engage your audience and some innovative ideas on how to showcase their  own talent.”
The other purpose of the day was to give out the GBART goodies! Artisan application kits with everything artisans need to know to prepare to apply for GBART 2023 were an onboard treat.
Applications to be on the GBART Trail open in March  2023 but Granite Belt artisans are already thinking and planning for GBART 2023  and of course, so is the GBART Committee.

Looking forward to the next magical mystery art tour…

27, 28, 29 OCTOBER 2023

📸 Images supplied  on the trail by  Sandra McEwan Photography

Proudly supported by the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund

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