Duck n Weave are preparing for our annual SALA exhibition with Parts Within, to be held at Pure Earth Café, 333 King William Street, Adelaide. It will be open from 8th August to 19 September, Monday to Friday 8am-2pm.
We love coming together for SALA – our very first exhibition as a collective was for SALA in 2016.
After the upheaval of this year, we weren’t actually planning much for the SALA Festival this year, but things have worked in our favour and now we present TWO wonderful events!!
First up, Duck n Weave + Friends will be exhibiting Safe Travels at Ginger’s Coffee Studio in Goodwood. We had an exhibition here in 2017, so it’s lovely to return! We are excited to be joined by our current and some previous Creative Exchange participants. Our work will be there all through August and beyond…
And then, at the end of SALA, we present Meet the Maker– a virtual gathering of artists we admire and envy!! Throughout the day, we will be speaking online to each of them about their art practice, but also how they’ve dealt with the threat and disruption caused by COVID19. Check out our M+M page for the details… It’s going to be an online adventure!
Looking Beyond was held in the gorgeous cellar door at Chateau Yaldara, in Lyndoch. We had the chance to spend a sunny winter’s day there as ‘Artists in Session’ – visitors to the winery were excited to sit with a glass and watch us at work outside.
Held at Ginger’s Vintage Lounge Bar in Goodwood, our first Fringe Festival exhibition as Duck ‘n Weave was a success! Our opening event was well attended, and included visitors contributing to a community artwork, The House of High Regard.