DIY Wotz on guide for the weekend of May Day

johnboy 1 May 2009 11

[First filed: April 30, 2009 @ 08:29]

May is shaping up to be a very big month indeed.

But what does this first weekend have on offer to see and do around town?

Just leave your suggestions in the comments.


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Genie Genie 2:26 am 02 May 09

Hall Markets
Sunday 10am-2pm

Deckard Deckard 6:45 pm 01 May 09

I’m there Baron!

The_Baron The_Baron 5:30 pm 01 May 09

I propose we all meet early sunday morning at the old mill for tea. I’ve got a box of earl grey and plenty of hot water, and that should probably be enough for all of us. Could someone bring a gallon of milk, a couple of stirrers (we can share) and perhaps some easy listening music (if you feel its appropriate) and the morning should be a winner. Just one last thing, if your going to come don’t wear any pants. That way we’ll be able to recognize each other.

G-Fresh G-Fresh 10:13 am 01 May 09

niftydog said :

sepi said :

SOFT SCULPTURE has opened at at National Gallery.
Anyone know if this is a paid entry exhibition?

It’s free.

Soft.

quostatus quostatus 9:16 pm 30 Apr 09

Itchy Triggers at Walsh’s Hotel, Queanbeyan, Friday night 9pm.

BeardBoy BeardBoy 2:37 pm 30 Apr 09

re above “The Secret Art of Dr Seuss”- It might not be what you think…. the man had/has quite a bent/dark side, eg THE GRINCH. Think of the brightly coloured, rhyming, energetic characters met with Bill the Cat, the wrong&broken character from Bloom County http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_the_Cat , http://news.yahoo.com/comics/bloomcounty (so not BtC Clinton). I’ve seen these advertised at a gallery in Sydney (see below) with an image of The Cat in Hat looking worse for wear out on bender at some dodgy gin joint. That said…. the Hyatt might tone it down… & not let me in!

So, if you’d like a taste-
http://www.tvhgallery.com.au/exhibition_detail.cfm?ex_id=96&artwork_showtag=Dr.%20Seuss%20TVH%20Exhibition%202006&page_id=4&CFID=35256308&CFTOKEN=94445556
http://www.tvhgallery.com.au/exhibition_detail.cfm?ex_id=132&artwork_showtag=FOR%20WEB%20USE%20ONLY%20DR.%20SEUSS%202008&page_id=4&CFID=35256308&CFTOKEN=94445556
… I’d reckon these folks are doing the Hyatt as well (not on their site). They are unashamedly an “investment” gallery (in which reproductions will feature heavily, particularly for older/populist artists like Suess, but so what if the art tickles your fancy.

& will no-one show me how to do links properly (or pull me up on my verbosity?).

Scribble Scribble 1:13 pm 30 Apr 09

The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss. Free entry, 1st – 3rd May, Hyatt Hotel.

(NB these reproduced works are for sale and I seriously doubt this Seuss person was a real doctor)

maggie maggie 12:58 pm 30 Apr 09

Collector Pumpkin Festival – Sunday 3rd May

Nice family day out.

http://www.pumpkinfestival.com.au/

niftydog niftydog 12:53 pm 30 Apr 09

sepi said :

SOFT SCULPTURE has opened at at National Gallery.
Anyone know if this is a paid entry exhibition?

It’s free.

sepi sepi 12:28 pm 30 Apr 09

SOFT SCULPTURE has opened at at National Gallery.
Anyone know if this is a paid entry exhibition?

Steady Eddie Steady Eddie 9:45 am 30 Apr 09

Computer Fair Southern Cross Basketball Stadium Phillip Saturday 10AM – 2:30PM. Admission $3.00, kids free.

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