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					a partnership between Wollongong City Council Cultural Services and the University of Wollongong




                              exhibition                 forum place
                                                         art, heritage and
  Exploring the relationship between art, heritage       Join the debate about planning for
  and place through work by 30 artists who               public art, cultural and heritage
  have a connection to the Illawarra.                    development in Wollongong.
  In parallel to the UOW conference Memory,              This event brings together experts in
  Heritage and Place: Wollongong’s Changing              History, Art, Architecture, Environment,
  History, Milestones is a response to the themes        Planning, Design and Tourism to share
  of change through the creative arts.                   views and insights with the local
  The Milestones exhibition is presented                 community in a discussion chaired
  in two locations:                                      by Dr Glen Mitchell.
                                                         Afternoon workshops explore the many
  Long Gallery                                           possible approaches to interpreting
  Exhibition Dates: 12 June – 6 July                     and expressing the cultural significance
                                                         of place. Small interdisciplinary teams
  Opening: Thursday 14 June 12.30 pm                     will address four case studies which
  University of Wollongong                               represent key development projects
  Building 25, Faculty of Creative Arts                  for the Wollongong area.
  Northfields Avenue, Wollongong
                                                         Free event. Booking essential
  Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm                             through WCC Cultural Services
                                                         Phone: 4251 4709
  Project Contemporary Artspace                          gtaylor@wollongong.nsw.gov.au
  Exhibition Dates: 19 June – 1 July
                                                         Wollongong City Gallery
  Opening: Thursday 21 June 7.00 pm                      Bluescope Gallery
  255 Keira Street, Wollongong                           cnr Kembla and Burelli Streets
  Tuesday – Friday 10am – 4pm                            Saturday 23 June 2007
  Saturday – Sunday 11am – 4pm                           Public Forum: 10.30 am – 12.00pm
                                                       conference
                                                         history program
calendar place
art heritage and
                                                               university of wollongong
                                                       Memory, Heritage and Place:
                                                       Wollongong’s Changing History.
                                                       Thursday 21 & Friday 22 June, 2007.
Tuesday 12 June                                        Speakers from the National Library of
Milestones – first day of exhibition                   Australia, the National Trust of NSW, the
@ Long Gallery, University of Wollongong               Australian Heritage Commission and
                                                       prominent historians and social
Thursday 14 June 12.30 pm
                                                       commentators will present papers.
Milestones – Long Gallery opening celebration
                                                       For program and registration details:
Tuesday 19 June                                        Henry Lee: henry@uow.edu.au
Milestones – first day of exhibition                   Glen Mitchell: gmitchell@uow.edu.au
@ Project Contemporary Artspace
Thursday 21 June
Memory, Heritage and Place: Wollongong’s
Changing History Conference, UOW                       The Art, Heritage and Place exhibition and
                                                       forum are a creative response to the theme
Thursday 21 June 3.00 pm                               of the conference and a great opportunity to
Artist Talk + afternoon tea @ Long Gallery             debate development plans in Wollongong.
Thursday 21 June 7.00pm
Milestones – Project Contemporary Artspace
opening celebration
Friday 22 June
Memory, Heritage and Place: Wollongong’s
                                                       fringeprojects
                                                       events &
Changing History Conference, UOW                       Museum Project – Bellambi Lighthouse,
                                                       its mysteries revealed where, when & why!
Saturday 23 June
Art, Heritage and Place forum and workshops            An intriguing display shown in the
@ Wollongong City Gallery                              Wollongong City Council foyer:
                                                       18 – 22 June.
Saturday 23 June 2.00pm
Artist Talk @ Project Contemporary Artspace            Footsteps @ De Havilland Gallery
                                                       an exhibition focusing on indigenous artists
Sunday 1 July                                          and their relationship to the Illawarra.
Milestones – final day of exhibition                   Exhibition dates: 19 June – 14 July.
@ Project Contemporary Artspace                        Opening: Thursday 21 June, 5.30 pm,
Friday 6 July                                          featuring music and performances by
Milestones – final day of exhibition                   indigenous artists. Contact: 4226 2929,
@ Long Gallery, University of Wollongong               cnr Church & Stewart Sts, Wollongong.



                            www.wollongong.nsw.gov.au
                                for details please call: 4251 4709

				
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