Thursday, April 23, 2015

Conflict and Compassion

You are invited:

Two stories from the Wynyard community. Their stories illustrate “conflict & compassion” the theme of this year’s National Trust Heritage Festival.

The community is invited to attend and view the presentation on the large outdoor screen at ArtsCape in Wynyard

Inside ArtsCape there will be displays.
Hot soup and damper will be available on the night.

It will be an unforgettable evening.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Membership Reminder

Thankyou to each and everyone of you that support ArtsCape and its programs. Without your continued support our committee could not bring to you the wide range of programs though the year.

Very shortly we will be sending out invoices to our past members who have not resigned up to our membership program for 2015. We would really appreciate if this could be rectified as soon as possible. If you are currently not a member then we would also love for you to become one. You will find all the details on the invoice attached.

By becoming a member to ArtsCape you are directly supporting grass roots arts programs. We are a not for profit organisation that is run by a dedicated committee of volunteers. We strive to bring the best in community exhibition programs, events and workshops whist offering a home to all arts practices in our region.

We welcome all to get involved in our group regardless of age, arts practice or skill level. We love to help first time exhibitors with their first exhibition and open our doors to community groups needing space.

We are open to anyone sitting on our committee and working with us to provide quality arts programing for Wynyard Tasmania.

For more information please email

Monday, April 6, 2015

Youth Week Photography Workshop And Exhibition

Last week something amazing happened at ArtsCape. Naomi Fenton and Michelle Walker hosted the very first iPhoneography workshop for Seedsmiths. It was a fantastic day.
With some funding from the local council and the National Youth Week people we were fortunate to be able to offer it to the local youth for FREE.
The kids were amazing. They were like sponges and took everything in.  We saw minds and perspectives change in a small amount of time. We saw concentration and enthusiasm in creating better works of art. You can look at some of their works on instagram under the hash tags #itstartswithus #YW2015 #getyourgridon. The workshop was also blogged about on the Seedsmiths Website.

On this Friday night at 6pm ArtsCape will be hosting a gallery opening of photos from the youth between the ages of 12-18. We would love it if you could attend.