An Evening with Australian Ceramicist Glenn Barkley
Lonely Coat is proud to present a free author event featuring renowned Australian ceramicist and curator, Glenn Barkley. Glenn was senior curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia from 2008-2014, and curator of the University of Wollongong Art Collection from 1996-2007. His work is held in a number of major collections, including the Art Gallery of South Australia, the National Gallery of Australia, Shepparton Art Museum, and Artbank Sydney.
Join us at LCBA Gymea on Thursday 24 August, 5:30pm, when Glenn will be discussing his new book Ceramics: An Atlas of Forms, providing insights into his own incredibly rich practice, and signing books bought at Lonely Coat on the night (RRP $79.99). The event is free, so you can afford to splurge on a copy of this beautiful book!
Join us for a community discussion on The Voice to Parliament Handbook
Make history and help us ensure that Australia has an Indigenous Voice to Parliament
Lonely Coat Books & Art is collaborating with Yes23 Sutherland Shire to host free discussion sessions focused on Thomas Mayo & Kerry O’Brien’s The Voice to Parliament Handbook, which is being published on May 17. The sessions (25 May & 4 June) aim to provide a forum for questions and ideas around how supporters in our community can help to make the Voice to Parliament a reality, and how they can to talk to others about it. Availability is limited, so get in fast!
PLEASE NOTE, attendees will need to have read the Handbook before they attend the Book Club Session. Pre-order the Handbook from Lonely Coat for pick up on/after May 18. Attendees should also consider purchasing a copy of Thomas Mayo’s earlier book, which will provide useful background information.
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