Come dream with us …

Come dream with us …

‘We need to dream powerfully’
Stefano Conti – Artist and poet of The Olive Arts Collective.

BUC Arts produces and supports many wonderful ways that art and creativity is explored, offered and celebrated in our community including – 

  • The Olive Pesto and Olive Arts Collective
  • World Wide Knit in Public Day, Felting for Peace, Collage Workshops
  • What is Creativity exhibition, participating in the Brunswick Studio Walk, Art for the Heart exhibitions

Following the recent Arts Access and Olive Arts review, the Justice & Mission Committee recommended that a Planning Day be held to reflect on the story so far, to dream together and plan for the future. The gathering will be facilitated by artist and facilitator Liz Johnson. We will also visit the Counihan Gallery for the opening of Moreland Summer Show for inspiration and interest. Three members of our congregation have artworks in the show! 

When: 17th November 2018
Where: Workroom 1, Siteworks – 33, Saxon Street, Brunswick (off Dawson street)
Time: 1pm (for light refreshments) till 4.30pm
RSVP: Ann Soo, annsoo11@tpg.com.au or 0422 842 244 by 15th November.

Our committee (Ann Soo, Leanne Salau, Tim Hoffmann, Simone Alesich, Ian Ferguson and Saide Cameron) would love to benefit from your creativity and energy.  Come along and dream with us in creative ways and help us create a vision for the Arts in 2019. Joining the committee is not assumed but we thank you for considering and please feel free to add your name to our BUC Arts Friends List.  

Please contact Ann or Saide for more information. 

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The JAM committee has a broad mandate that could involve almost everything the church does, as ‘the church lives for and by mission’. We are excited by the opportunities of extending the mission work of the congregation and also joining ecumenically, where appropriate. But we are conscious of the need to keep the congregation involved and supportive, so that mission remains part of the life of the whole worshipping community.

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