Follow the Yellow Brick Road to Campbelltown : 2-11 Aug 2013
Oz Craft Workshop for children
David has been a member of the International Wizard of Oz Club since age seven and Oz is a reoccurring motif in his work. Describing himself as an "intercessory artist", David most recently presented In Throne room (Wizard of Oz Intercession) as part of the MCA's Workout Performance Programme.
Selected exhibitions include Dance with David, Art Month Sydney, First Fleet Park, Sydney, 2013; New Intercessions, The Lock-up Cultural Centre Newcastle, NSW, 2012; Ministry of Handshakes, Tiny Stadiums, PACT Centre for Emerging Artists, Sydney, 2012; Wunder Pond, Tin Sheds Gallery, Sydney, 2012; Ode to Form, Westspace, Melbourne, 2012; Death Show 3, Parramatta Artists Studio, 2012; Birthing things in the Spirit, Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney, 2011; Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship, Artspace, Sydney, 2011; Nothing is True, Everything is Permitted, Chalk Horse, Sydney, 2011; Nighttime #13, Performance Space, Sydney, 2011; friends, TCB Gallery, Melbourne, 2010; No Right Turn, Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest, 2010.
Oz 'n' Ends Crafts Display & Sale: Over 50 members strong, the CampbelltownCraft Society boasts their art and craft talents, with each member contributing to the wide range of quality craft goods passionately made and displayed in the cottage.
For the Festival, Wizard of Oz themed crafts join their array of locally made crafts such as pottery, cottage craft, paintings, soft toys, baby wear, hand knits, woodwork, jewellery, jams and preserves. So if you are a craft enthusiast, or are looking for that perfect little gift, stop in and browse around. 10am-4pm.
Morning Tea: Available at $5pp.
Situated in the historic Farrier's Arms Cottage, the Campbelltown Arts and Crafts Society is a local group who create magic with their creation of hand made products.
An array of products is available from the society ranges from baby wear, to folk art, paintings, pottery, sewing, jams and preserves, silk goods, patchwork, Australiana, cottage crafts, soft toys, leatherwork, glassware, floral arts, woodwork and teddy bears.
Any profit made by the society is donated back to the community, including Campbelltown Hospital and CareFlight.