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Creating Art in the Tropics

Future Exhibitions

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    Pop Up North Queensland Arts Festival28 July - 6 August 2017

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    Prints, Pottery & Impressions25 August - 1 October 2017

    This exhibition displays artworks developed from the 2017 PressNorth Printmakers artist in residence program by Margaret Crawford. The artist undertook a three month residency in the Studio Downstairs at Umbrella Studio. Crawford’s artwork has predominately been inspired by North Queensland environs. In this body of work she has used iconic images of landmarks, birds and flowers of Townsville. Her impressions have been produced using both print and pottery. The pottery has been designed and produced to complement the prints in this exhibition. Opening Launch: 6pm Friday 25 August 2017

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Upcoming Events

  • 28July

    Nautical Knot Bracelets with Jane Campbell10am - 11am

    This workshop is located at 277 Flinders St (Former Opal Shop) as part of the Pop-Up North Queensland Art Festival Funky & Chunky. Weave it and Wear it! Materials cost...

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  • 29July

    Shibori Dyeing Workshop12pm - 2pm

    This workshop is located at Umbrella Studio as part of the Pop-Up North Queensland Art Festival Learn about Shibori – a Japanese dyeing technique involving folding fabric then dyeing it...

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North Queensland artists are influenced by their tropical surroundings. Umbrella Studio promotes exceptional Queensland based artists including, Ron McBurnie, Jo Lankester, Hannah Murray, Gail Mabo, Aicey Zaro and others.

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    Pop Up North Queensland Festival update

    Expressions of interest to participate in Pop-Up North Queensland closed on Friday 19 May 2017 and we received our target of 30 artists! Thank you to everyone who have shown…

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    Groovin the Moo sculpture Update

    After almost three months of working solidly on our Groovin Grub (official name) for the Groovin the Moo festival, the sculpture is almost complete! We have had an amazing turn…

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