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May 18, 2021

Byron School of Art Open Day

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The Byron School of Art in Mullumbimby are opening their doors tomorrow for their annual open day.

If you are interested in studying and area of visual art this is a great opportunity to meet with BSA’s staff.

Directors, Michael Cusack, James Guppy, Emma Walker and Christine Willcocks will all be available to discuss BSA’s long courses, short courses, weekend workshops and masterclasses.

BSA’s classes are designed to accommodate and encourage the absolute beginner through to challenging and supporting artists with an established practice who are looking to extend their work methods and ideas.

Work by current students will be on display throughout the studios, as well as Mystic Woman, an exhibition curated by Tiana Wallace in the BSA Project Space.

‘Open Day is a fabulous way to truly get a sense of what the school is about and check out the busy creative space that is Byron School of Art,’ says BSA Director and teacher Christine Willcocks.

The BSA Project Space will be open at 10am and there will be an Artist Talk with curator Tiana Wallace in conversation with artists Anna-Karina, Leah Fraser and ØFFËRINGŠ.

For those wanting to find out more about the year-long courses, don’t miss the information session at 12pm.

Doors open on Saturday 21 September from 10am till 2pm

For more information visit Byron School of Art.


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