An explosion of colour, creativity, insight and connection is coming to Gympie, Noosa and the Sunshine Coast.
Join in the spirit of community celebration!
The 3rd WINDO International Women's Week Festival Program 2020
Presented by WINDO Inc.
Lipstick Lane Atelier proudly presents #imadeitmyself creative self-love workshops in collaboration with WINDO and International Women’s Week to bring our sisters together in a boutique creative high tea experience. This will be the opening event for International Women’s Week and WINDO founder Jeanette Dal Santo will be sharing her journey thus far and inspiring us to join her movement of “together women can create a better world”.
We will spend the morning connecting and inspiring while enjoying decadent desserts and sumptuous savouries served in old fashioned teacups & vintage high tea stands. We will then join talented, open-hearted local women sharing their unique talents and gifts. Explore a new craft, re-ignite a passion for an old one in an afternoon of good old crafty play and laughter !! At this boutique event, we will be offering 5 different crafts for you to choose from with limited seats available in each.
This event will be the culmination of multiple successful “ women to women" collaborations built within the Lipstick Lane community over the past 2 years. We would be delighted for you to join us for a boutique, intimate gathering of feminine power, beauty & creativity
Woven Secrets -
Women Who Weave Their Magic for Change.
Tuesday, March 10
Tickets from $25.00
The human ability to find hope, resilience and self-worth can move some of us beyond what we thought was capable. Gabby Sutherland states. “The concept behind this exhibition Q&A event is about building resilience, finding joy in the day and finding solutions based on kindness, through storytelling no matter how hard life gets. It’s also about the secret collaboration between women.”
Includes glass wine and canapés
Ticket Prices $25.00 | $20.00 Concession & WINDO Members
into the Heart of Resilience
22nd Feb, 4pm
Guest speaker: Sandy Bolton MP
This exhibition evokes powerful imagery which is needed to create a contemporary look and tell the significant untold stories of asylum seekers (children of Nauru), and an Indigenous elder from the stolen generation and of the Kubbi Kubbi people.
Art Chat- ‘Behind the Art-Behind the Fence’ Thursday 12th March 10.30am Butter Factory Arts Centre Cooroy will feature Jandamarra Cadd and Yasaman Bagheri. A lively discussion on the global issues of displacement and implications to faith, culture integration and community detention. The future directions of the stolen generation.
Phone: (07) 5442 6665
These EVENTS ARE FREE
Women Who Moved with Vision
Exhibition: 19th Feb - 14th Mar
Animation Workshops: 19th Feb and 20th Feb
Proudly presenting internationally acclaimed digital artist Donna Maree Robinson who will mentor writer and illustrator, Tiarn Florence for the Constellations – Women Who Moved with Vision Exhibition.
Some of Donna Maree's permanent public art commissions include The Gathering - Jezzine Barracks Precinct, Townsville and High Ground - Mackay Base Hospital. Donna was a finalist in the international Lumen Art Prize and winner of the Queensland Regional Arts Digital Art Award in 2012.
Donna Maree will be running community digital animation workshops 19th and 20th February. Culminating in an imagery extravagance entitled ‘SHE’ within the Civic Centre Foyer for International Women’s Week 2020.
Gympie Regional Art Gallery
Phone: 07 5481 0733
'Force Majeure' - the greater force of women in the arts.
Wednesday, 11 March
A thought-provoking Q&A evening
TICKETED EVENT $25pp
Enquiries: Gympie Regional Art Gallery
Phone: 07 5481 0733
Liz Burcham is a highly applauded Arts manager and producer. Her career has spanned the breadth of the Creative Industries from book and newspaper publishing, to digital media and the arts. She was the CEO of Metro Arts and led its formative evolution into a contemporary arts incubator. Formally the Cultural Director for the City of Newcastle Liz was responsible for creating a strategy to see culture play a pivotal role in the city’s urban renewal.
Author Dr Janet Lee won the Emerging Queensland Writer category in the 2017 Queensland Literary Awards for her Manuscript ‘The Killing of Louisa’. ‘The Killing of Louisa’ was published by University of Queensland Press in 2018, shortlisted for the 2019 Davitt Awards in two categories, and has now also been published as an audio book. Janet is currently working on an historical novel.