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Objects developed in the intimate space of the studio, designed for the intimate space of the house.
(adj. ˈɪnˌhaʊs; adv. -ˈhaʊs) within, conducted within, or utilizing an organization’s own staff or resources rather than external facilities
In a micro design business, many tasks are performed in-house.
For designers at the prototyping stage, it can be difficult and expensive to source expert advice and hi-tech tools. They therefore often need to acquire new knowledge, skills and techniques, to translate the objects in their heads into physical products “in-house”.
Along the way, they often discover unknown proficiencies, taking projects in unexpected and exciting directions and suggesting new possibilities for future work.
In-House is an exhibition of designed objects by artists from the designed:made inc. collective, a group of designers, makers and artists working with timber, glass, ceramics, metal and textiles. For In-House, each designer/maker/artist chose to focus on an object, destined for use within the home, with many exhibitors exploring new ways of working.
June 29 (Thursday) 10:00 am – July 22 (Saturday) 5:00 pm
Moonah Arts Centre
27 Albert Road, Moonah TAS 7009
BOTTOM PUB CEILIDH BAND
Saturday 29th July ’17
Wesley Hall, 58 Melville St, Hobart
Rollicking tunes and dances from the Australian Bush, Ireland, England and elsewhere.
Lively dances, cracking music and laughter – a great night out for all, with Launceston-based legends of the Tasmanian folk scene, the Bottom Pub Ceilidh Band.
All dances taught.
No dancing experience or partner required.
All ages welcome.
Please bring a plate of supper.
Tickets at the door:
$17 / $15 (conc.)/ $14 (mem.)/ $8 (student special)
Group bookings available
Dress and attitude: casual
Facebook: dance folk tasmania
03 6273 2127
St John’s Church Special Tour
2.00pm Sunday 30 July 2017
The Friends will host a special presentation and tour of St John’s Anglican Church, New Town on Sunday 30 July at 2.00pm.
The tour will provide information about the church’s architecture, history, religious use and the features of the 1835 church building.
Noted colonial architect John Lee Archer designed the church and its parsonage, as well as the Orphan School buildings which form part of the complex. The foundation stone for the church was laid in 1834 and the church opened in 1835. It was consecrated in 1838.
Enjoy a guided tour of the building and hear a demonstration of the historic organ.
The tour will start and finish at the Old Sunday School, where you can view historic displays created by the Friends. The cost is only $20 including afternoon tea.
Booking are essential; please register online at www.orphanschool.org.au.
Dianne Snowden, Convenor 0409 140657
Hobart Word Songwriting Showcase
A concert featuring a selection of Christian songwriters from across Tasmania sharing Gods word through their songs.
Sat August 5th, 7:30pm
St Clements Anglican Church
St Peter’s Lutheran Church and Eastside Lutheran College Quiz Night
Saturday 5th August 2017
6:30 pm for 7:00 pm
St Peter’s Lutheran Centre 15 Acorn Drive, Warrane
$5.00 per person
Teams of 8
10 rounds of 10 questions
BYO drinks and nibbles
Coffee/ Tea and light supper provided
PRIZES for 1st and 2nd place teams
Entertainment for children
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 29 July
Hobart Gang Show is on again this year with the Theme Still Trying … August 17th, 18th & 19th
Public Talk For the Love of God: with John Dickson
How the church is better and worse than you ever imagined
7:30pm – 9:00pm
Tuesday 29 August
Stanley Burbury Theatre
University of Tasmania (Hobart)
Churchill Avenue, Sandy Bay
DUNALLEY SPRING FLOWER SHOW
Date: SATURDAY 2nd. SEPTEMBER, 2017
Venue: DUNALLEY COMMUNITY HALL
Time: Show is open to public 1pm – 3pm admission $3 (children free)
Light lunch will be served from 12pm @ $7
Afternoon tea will be available till 3pm @ $5
Also there will be raffle, cake and garden stall.
Further information Ann Millar ph 62 535715 mobile 0437 888 476
Or email email@example.com.
White Balloon Day will celebrate 21 years on September 8 with registrations pouring in from all over the country to help protect Aussie kids from sexual assault.
Founder and Executive Chair of Bravehearts Hetty Johnston AM, is calling on individuals, schools, organisations and businesses to chalk it up for Bravehearts signature awareness campaign by registering today at www.whiteballoonday.com.au
White Balloon Day is very close to the heart of communities right around the country and is the longest-running child protection campaign dedicated to the prevention of child sexual assault.
Bravehearts has come so far over the last two decades and has been instrumental in breaking the silence on this crime, but we have a long way to go, and on September 8 our quest continues as we strive to create a safer Australia for our children.
Date: Friday 29 September 2017
Venue: Blundstone Arena Function Centre (home of AFL footy)
Time: 12pm to 3.30pm
Cost: $120 per head or $1100 per table
Back by popular demand is local favourite band – Everburn!
We are again supporting Stay ChatTY and we will be recognising women in football who have made a wonderful contribution to our game.
The Fun Bus is cranking up for the after party!
For more details contact the organising committee
Wendy Kennedy – 0438 100 446
Guy Franklin – 0417 504 027
Blair Brownless – 0437 989 479