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The Clearview Gallery in Morningside, Brisbane is home to the SICA Permanent Collection of artworks – and holds regular visual art exhibitions.
The Clearview Gallery hosted an exhibition of paintings by the outstanding Redland Bay Queensland-based artist Lyndal Hargrave during 2007.
If you would like to contribute an artwork – either on loan or as a permanent donation to the SICA Exhibition Collection, please contact Sebastian Flynn.
Left to right: Homage to Ben Nicholson by Rohan Lowe, Yellow Pollen by Alena Kennedy & Flowers for Bronwyn by Jose Edouardo, Cuba
During 2009, the Clearview Gallery is hosting the ‘Gallery Gig’ Series of Exhibition-Concert-Café Fundraising events, with proceeds going to ICDP (International Child Development Program). The Gallery Gigs present high quality live music and viewings of artworks in the beautiful Clearview Gallery with a Coffee Bar.
Gallery Gig Series ~ 2009 Dates
The Clearview Centre, 3 Clearview Terrace, Cnr Kensington Avenue, Seven Hills QLD
Art Exhibition ~ Sale of Artworks ~ Café ~ Concert ~ 3- 5pm
Sunday 19 April – Flamenco & Classical Guitar with Gerry Mapstone
Sunday 24 May – Indian Vocal Music with visiting Indian artist Gauri Pathare
Sunday 28 June – Sudanese Music on Oud & Violin with Asim Gorashi
3pm – 3.45pm – Exhibition and Sale of Artworks in the Clearview Gallery
3.45pm – 4.15pm – Afternoon Tea
4.15pm – 5.00pm – Music performance
$12 ~ Exhibition and concert entrance
Café open for purchase of Teas, Coffee, Juices and Homemade Cakes
In aid of ICDP (International Child Development Program)
ICDP is aimed to help children by helping adults who care for them
ICDP originates in Norway and promotes dialogue and good relationship between adults and children
SICA (Subud International Cultural Association) works to establish and promote ICDP in Australia
Dates and Program Details – Contact Sebastian Flynn
Left to right: Mimosa Rocks by Rosanna Cox & Horizon 4 by Alena Kennedy