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Umbrella Studio contemporary arts

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380 Flinders Street
Townsville, QLD 4810 Australia
4772 7109 www.umbrella.org.au

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August 2019
Free

PUNQ | “B.Y.O. VINYL” with the Diffraction Collective

2 August @ 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Umbrella Studio contemporary arts, 380 Flinders Street
Townsville, QLD 4810 Australia
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DIFFRACTION-COLLECTIVE

Bring down your vinyl to 267 Flinders Mall, have a spin and a boogie to everyone's favorite sounds from home. Diffraction Collective will have GOAT ON FIRE on the wheels of steel helping guide your selections for everyone to hear.

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September 2019

Accretion: Mapping the Landscape

27 September - 3 November
Umbrella Studio contemporary arts, 380 Flinders Street
Townsville, QLD 4810 Australia
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Jo-Lankester-web

Jo Lankester An exhibition of contemporary Australian prints by Jo Lankester, employing a range of intaglio and relief techniques to create prints that are an intuitive response to personal experiences in the Australian Landscape. Impressed by the symbiotic relationships of organisms and how they form pleasing compositions made up of intriguing textures, line, and colour combinations. These elements of nature and experience inform her work.

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Queensland Glitterati

27 September - 3 November
Umbrella Studio contemporary arts, 380 Flinders Street
Townsville, QLD 4810 Australia
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Lisa Ashcroft Landscapes document time and place. Ashcroft’s work often contain surface graffiti and scratches: a reminder of our need to be remembered and to leave behind a sign of our existence. The artist attempts to represent Queensland’s beauty and scale, and Far North Queensland’s luminosity - awe inspiring for a girl from gloomy Northern England.

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November 2019

Today is not tomorrow: PTSD Understories

8 November - 15 December
Umbrella Studio contemporary arts, 380 Flinders Street
Townsville, QLD 4810 Australia
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Al Green - Wild Cherry

This group exhibition aims to raise community awareness about the ways that post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects individuals, families and communities. It also reflects on the ways that artistic practice can foster mental health. The exhibit includes works from established and emerging North Queensland and Australian artists who draw on a range of artistic, professional and personal experiences relating to PTSD.

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