What: Woven and sculpted animals created from traditional and contemporary materials by the artists of Baluk Arts. A range of animals inspired by the bayside and peninsula were created from grasses, wool and string and include echidna, crab, seal and native dogs. The work was produced during a workshop with Gunditjmara artist Bronwyn Razem and supported by the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council.
Where: Cube 37 Glass Cube Gallery
When: July 1 to Aug 2
Costs/ Ticketing: Free
Website information: http://artscentre.frankston.vic.gov.au/Exhibitions_Workshops/Exhibitions/Current_Exhibitions/Baluk_Arts_Mungan_-_Bayside_Bush_Sculptures
Enquiries & Booking Contact: Cube 37 03 9784 1896