Hi everyone, here are the links to the printable material required for the Hamptons Exhibition. Hover over each area below displayed in red text, click on it and then open link. This will open each file for you to print out and fill in. Please bring this filled in information with you on the 9th March along with your art for exhibition.
TMAC artists recently coordinated a creative arts activity with the members of the Friday Friendship Group who meet at the community centre on Tamborine Mountain. They wanted to create a large dolphin banner to hang over the entry door.
The dolphin was sketched onto the board, the background painted then hundreds of fabric circles were cut out by the enthusiastic group.
After a very social lunch, the group began to stick down all the fabric dots to create the fabulous dolphin banner, named Kwilena (meaning dolphin) and with the words Jingeri Jimbelung, which translates as “Welcome, Friend” in the local indigenous language.
The project was finished in a day and all the participants were very happy with the finished work, which will welcome all to their community centre for a long time to come.
SUMMER EXHIBITION DECEMBER 2019
Featuring artists and artisans from the Tamborine Mountain Arts Collective
GRAND OPENING SUNDAY 8TH DECEMBER 4PM TO 6PM
With complimentary welcome Australian sparkling wine and canapes and light supper treats from a blackboard menu to purchase following the event if you wish to linger longer
Musical entertainment provided by member Shelly Kerwin
RSVP Thursday, 5th December 2019
All members are invited to attend TMAC’s AGM this Wed evening, 4th September at 7pm, to be held at the Sports Complex Meeting Room, 400 Long Road, Tamborine Mountain.
If you would like to nominate yourself or another member for an executive position, please ensure your membership is current.
Following the AGM will be a general meeting to discuss upcoming events and plans for TMACs future.
May Arts & Cultural Event 25th May 2019
Join TMAC and other community groups on Saturday 25th May 2019 to celebrate exciting arts and culture activities on Main Street, North Tamborine.
The 2018 Open Studio was a great success for TMAC. For the first year it was held at the Anglican Church on Tamborine Mountain. Such a beautiful setting for an arty event.
Collagraph prints. Helen Griffin. Wearable artist Denise Shellshear with wrap and brown silk scarf. Shannon Hunter. A knitted coat of many colours. Self portrait Julie Martyn. Marjorie Simonsen. Wearable art. Doreen Wendt-Weir. Author. Line drawing. Marianne Halpin.