SALA 2022

Echidnas – Any Minute Now

SALA 2022

6th Aug – 4th Sept

Post Fire Loss: catharsis ink and poetry, nature as healer, joy as concept. Belinda Broughton has become a voice of witness and encouragement for the Cudlee Creek fire community. She sustained total loss in the fire, including studios and a lifetime of art works.

Two and a half years on she explores the task of becoming multidimensional again, producing works on paper, poetry for the wall, and a book of poems published for this show by Ginninderra Press.

She will also perform poetry in the venue, at 2.00pm, on 7th and 21st August. Artist talk also on the 21st.

http://belindabroughton.wordpress.com

Exhibition Launch and Poetry Book Launch/Reading: Sun 7th August 2pm

Artist Talk: Sun 21st August 2pm

Exhibition open every weekend from Saturday 6th August to Sunday 4th Sept from 11.30am -5.00pm

Where: Tilbrook Estate Eco Cellar Door

1856 Lobethal Rd, Lobethal

Bookings preferred via link below for Launch on 7th Aug and Artist Talk on 21st Aug for catering (no cost). Cake and first glass of wine on the house!

Other times via appointment: SMS 0439 007 381 or email annabelle@tilbrookestate.com.au

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Photographic Exhibition Fire and Hope: The Journey Back

Jacqui Mullins, Annabelle Tilbrook

A visual story of devastation and recovery at Tilbrook Estate Vineyard following the Cudlee Creek Bush Fire in the Adelaide Hills (December 20th, 2019).

This exhibition features a photographic chronology of the transformation from hopelessness to hope, and the recovery made possible by an outpouring of community support and the determination to rebuild. Images of the immediate aftermath of what has come to be known as Australia’s ‘Black Summer’ have been captured by photographer Jacqui Mullins (Chameleon Art Rental) and illustrate the raw impact on a family and vineyard.

Accompanying is a series of photographic images taken by Annabelle Tilbrook from across the year that followed, paired with journal style text that reveal the emotional impact to share the story from fire through to recovery; something made possible by kindness, friendship and community.

WHERE: 1856 Lobethal Rd, Lobethal 0439 007 381

EXHIBITION DATES: Current

WHEN: Sat-Sun 11:30am – 5pm