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Canberra Slow Art Day - National Gallery of Australia - April 27, 2013
Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
National Gallery of Australia
Art viewing: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Discussion: 3:00 PM - 4.00 PM
At Small Theatre, National Gallery of Australia
Host: Michelle Fracaro, contact Michelle via e-mail
Slow Art Day is a worldwide celebration of art that encourages people to look at art SLOWLY – and thereby experience art in a new way. You can see more about Slow Art Day and the mission behind it on our website: http://SlowArtDay.com.
As Slow Art Day approaches, you’ll hear from your host with more information, as well as instructions about what to do when you arrive for Slow Art Day.
Where and when to meet
Michelle will be waiting at 1.00 pm with a trolley of stools, at the front desk where you will be able to pick up a stool and a map . Alternatively you can pick up a stool from the Small Theatre if you come a bit later. You may choose to view works as an individual, or come with friends or family. There will be others participating in the program who you will no doubt encounter along the way. Michelle will wander between the suggested works for an informal conversation - but please note that the program is largely self guided until we meet to discuss your experiences at 3.00 pm in the Small Theatre.
What to bring
A notebook/sketchpad and pencil (to protect the artworks, no pens are permitted, nor ink, pastels, charcoal or other potentially messy drawing materials).
What you will see
We will selected works from the Gallery's permanent collection. The full list will be posted closer to the date. You don't need to study the artworks in advance at all. But if you are curious, and would like to know a bit more before you come, follow the links below to the Gallery's collection database. Information about the day, the works and additional tips and resources that might assist you can also be found at the Gallery's website: www.nga.gov.au/slowart