Lake Ginninderra: Nine ways

Lake Ginninderra One (detail) by Manuel Pfeiffer

Lake Ginninderra: Nine ways

Tin Shed Art Group

Noelle Bell, Julie Delves, Margaret Gordon, Eva van Gorsel, Manuel Pfeiffer, Alan Pomeroy, Peggy Spratt, Jenny Adams and Delene White

Opening 6pm Friday 1 April 2022

1 April – 15 May 2022

For the Tin Shed Art Group, the opportunity to combine local artists, beautiful local landscapes and the synergy of the revitalised new facilities at Belco Arts was too delicious to pass up – hence their new exhibition – Lake Ginninderra: Nine Ways.

The body of work in Lake Ginninderra: Nine Ways was created for the purpose of exhibiting at the Belconnen Arts Centre. Each artist has captured and interpreted the Lake Ginninderra vista through their own medium and viewpoint. The results are shared with their local audiences and neighbours, inviting everyone to view the known and present environment through the eyes of the nine artists.

Artist Talk with the Tin Shed Art Group

5:15pm Friday 1 April 2022

FREE, no bookings required

Before the opening, come and hear the artists from the Tin Shed Art Group talk about their work and the inspiration they have taken from nearby Lake Ginninderra. Join them and Belco Arts Public Programs officer Ann McMahon to discover new meanings and perspectives on the place, their collaborations and practices.

About The Tin Shed Art Group:

The Tin Shed Art Group (TSAG) is organised and run as a self-supporting collective. We began in 1995 and held our first exhibition that same year in a gallery above the old Playhouse. Since then the TSAG has presented annual exhibitions for our local community. This continuity has contributed towards personal and group development, helping maintain a professional approach to our practice. This results not only in exhibitions of renewed diversity and freshness but continuous improvement in the quality of work. Because of this, our large and loyal following keep coming back.