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Y2C Zine #4 Mail Out

Y2C Zine #4 - Tech Modes is now available for mail-out! Curated by YAG member Molly McNeil, issue four of the Y2C zine features interviews with emerging local creatives. Sign up to get a copy mailed to you for free!
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Books with Art - "Significant Others: Creativity & Intimate Partnerships"

Friday 27 May 2022
Read a book with an art related theme, before participating in a discussion over morning tea. An event coordinated and presented by the Newcastle Art Gallery Society.
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Coffee with Art - June

Wednesday 1 June 2022
On the first Wednesday of the month, from March to November, enjoy morning tea and hear from experts in the visual arts.
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JAZZhour

Saturday 4 June 2022
Spend a cool hour with The A-Turn Trio playing jazz standards interspersed with evocative original compositions. An event coordinated and presented by the Newcastle Art Gallery Society.
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ARTSPEAK 2021: Sir William Dobell KBE OBE

Friday 10 June 2022
Join Lorraine Kypiotis, Senior Lecturer, National Art School Sydney as she reveals more about the artist Sir William Dobell.
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In the Frame

Wednesday 6 July 2022
Framing art is an intricate and technical skill. Observe a master framer at work in the workshop.
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Books with Art - "Night Blue"

Friday 29 July 2022
Read a book with an art related theme, before participating in a discussion over morning tea. An event coordinated and presented by the Newcastle Art Gallery Society.
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Coffee with Art - August

Wednesday 3 August 2022
On the first Wednesday of the month, from March to November, enjoy morning tea and hear from experts in the visual arts.
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Art Gallery Society Event: Six Summer Flicks 2022

Monday 8, Tuesday 9, Wednesday 10 August 2022
A fund raising initiative of Newcastle Art Gallery Society, SIX SUMMER FLICKS showcases the best of international cinema.
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Books with Art - "Intrépide: Australian Women Artists in Early Twentieth Century France"

Friday 30 September 2022
Read a book with an art related theme, before participating in a discussion over morning tea. An event coordinated and presented by the Newcastle Art Gallery Society.
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