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Discounts tickets for selected touring and Moreton Bay Arts Council performances. Top rate tickets! You will be the first to get tickets for your favorite performances. Prerelease tickets are available exclusively to Moreton Bay Arts Council members. Valuable networking opportunities. Special promotional opportunities. Opportunity to promote cultural activities through our newsletter and website. Opportunity for member promotions through the web site. Remember to support the businesses that support us.

Counterpoint Vocal Ensemble is a group member of MBAC, and is conducted by Lesley Brown. Highlights of the concert at the Chapel, Grace Lutheran College (Rothwell) will be Benjamin Brittens setting of W H Audens intriguing poem Hymn to St Cecilia, the martyred Patron Saint of Musicians. St Cecilias day is traditionally celebrated on 22nd November, between the dates of the Rothwell concert and a repeat performance at the Tarragindi Uniting Church on the following Saturday evening (phone 3284 3688 for details). In counterpoint to th this 20 Century piece, the program also includes the C16 Cantantibus Organis Caecilia Virgo of Orlando di Lasso, again in honour of St Cecilia, and again sung a cappella (without instrumental accompaniment). The concert celebrates music and its component elements of melody, harmony and rhythm, and in keeping with this theme Counterpoint will perform various shorter pieces including Bob Chilcotts A Little Jazz Mass (featuring the Peninsulas own esteemed jazz musicians David Judd on keyboard and Hayley Sawtell on drums), as well as old favourites like A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square. A truly exciting and varied programme of beautiful music, to be followed by refreshments in the Chapel foyer. Hope you can come along!

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November Edition 2011

STUDIO & GALLERY Lamington Drive, Redcliffe Phone 3283 5133 PO Box 69 Redcliffe Q 4019

For Membership Forms Contact President Janice Charlish: 07 3491 9552 Email: Website: Moreton Bay Arts Council Inc. Send membership payments to: PO Box 152, Woody Point Qld 4019.

The Stage Door Gallery is the Redcliffe Cultural Centres primary visual art space. The Gallery is open from 8:30am 4:30pm Monday to Friday and when theatre activities are scheduled. The Stage Door Gallery exhibits the works of a variety of different artists and is always seeking new and exciting exhibitions. If you are interested in showcasing your art work, please call us on 3283 0400.


Redcliffe Art Society Inc offers a range of classes and workshops to suit everyone from beginners to the more experienced artist. You will enjoy the friendly atmosphere of our spacious, air-conditioned studio, and our low fees will surprise you.

Next Meeting is Thursday10th November Winton Room Redcliffe Cultural Centre ALL WELCOME

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Arts Mail for October

Firstly I would like to thank Tad, Vice President and acting secretary for the last few months ,Mary Otto the treasurer and the membership officer (and world traveller) Ian Brown ,also the ever reliable members who come nearly every monthly meeting. I need to name you as you are the core of our group: John and Jean Pollack, David Judd, Ian and Lesley Brown, Maxine Cole, Beverley Currie, Leigh Gordon, Jan and Bill Davies, John Carr, Joan W ilkie, John Bayne Tad, Mary Otto and myself and we have 75 financial members to date. MBAC activities from 2010 to Sept 2011: 8 live shows presented by the MBAC at the Redcliffe Cultural Centre in 2010-2011

The Presidents Report 2010/ 2011: Janice Charlish.

January /February: I am, you are, we are Australian art exhibition plus sing along 68

June: Jam Session local musical talent 75

attended the meet the artists talks plus sales of $1,100 achieved. (Art and Jewellery) April: Too Easy youth Art Space sponsored by Redcliffe Quota club 22 artists/ opening night, 45 attended. This was a success 4 pieces of art were sold and 11 paintings placed in other galleries/cafes/and shops.

across the region and beyond. This includes 3 new exhibitors to the Cultural centre and 3 artists who have never shown their work before. Meet the artists th evening on the 28 October all members are th welcome please RSVP 25 October to Our financial position is healthy, being a not for profit organisation, we reinvest in our community, interests, culture, events, partnership project with local and regional groups, showcased some emerging artists and arts groups , auspiced groups and Individuals when required. In the coming year 2012 we have 6 live shows coming to the RCC sponsored be the MBAC .Members discounts apply as listed in the coming attractions booklet, PLUS 3 exhibitions at the RCC for the community and region. Ideas 2012: a website, listing all arts/ artists from across the region A one stop arts directory?

October/ November: Art exhibition Miscellaneous Moments12 artists from

Four Seasons 28 November to 10 December - Redcliffe City Art Gallery Foyer An exhibition of pottery and art by the Redcliffe Pottery Group in collaboration with the Monday Art Group featuring Tricia Reust and friends. Exhibition opening: 3 December, 11.30am. Ph: 0411 339 061.

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Older & Bolder 17 October to 25 November Older & Bolder is a program coordinated by Moreton Bay Regional Council for residents and ratepayers aged 50 years and over. Program includes arts & crafts using recycled materials, jewellery making and ceramic mosaic workshop. Phone: 3205 0555 for program

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July: MBAC arranged Celtic Crossings performance and raised $3,671 for the flood appeal. August: Celebrate the Arts event: 3X workshops fully booked, 26 markets stalls, transit lounge event, this had a good following , Redcliffe st art society the 1 50 years Anniversary art event was a major success and the most popular, Oliver the Musical, 8 live shows totally booked out. This total event was a great success, joining together in partnerships with other groups is the way to go. Also a new venue for art to sell: Bayview apartments foyer Clontarf ongoing. September: Another great partnership with the MBAC/ Redcliffe historical Society/ Redcliffe youth space, 8 local artists, local shop owners, and the MBRC event This event was the Front to back Project for the Celebrate Redcliffe decorating front Shop windows, this helped shops to be involved in the event with help from artists etc. Cont

attended. We have been asked to do this again.

The Butterfly Effect art exhibition 9 to 26 November - Pine Rivers Art Gallery Celebrate the beauty of the butterfly through the eyes of the artists of the Moreton Bay region. The exhibition will feature mosaic butterflies made in the collaborative project, "The Butterfly Effect". Exhibition opening: 11 November, 6pm. Ph: 3480 6941.

Travelling North 4, 5, 6, 11, 12 & 13 November - Mousetrap Theatre, Redcliffe Showgrounds Shows start at 7.30pm on Fridays & Saturdays & Matinees at 2pm on Sundays. A heart warming comedy about a twilight love affair. Tickets: $15 and concessions $12. Available from Beads by the Beach, Sutton Street, Redcliffe and by phone 3284 8288.

Twelve Degrees of Latitude The travelling exhibition, developed by Museum and Gallery Services Queensland for Queenslands 150th celebrations, is an example of the significant artworks held in trust by regional galleries and university art collections for the people of Queensland. 26 October 2011 26 November 2011 Monday to Saturday: 10.00am 4.00pm Redcliffe City Art Gallery - 470-476 Oxley Avenue, Redcliffe. Cost free Redcliffe City Art Gallery Ph: (07) 3283 0415 I n to t h e L i g h t 25 November to 21 December - Stage Door Gallery, Redcliffe Cultural Centre A Norfolk Lakes Art Group exhibition featuring a bright spectrum of exciting paintings, suitable for every taste. Exhibition opening: 25 November, 6.30pm. Ph: 3283 0407.

Foyer Show: Morning Jazz - We Remember 11 November, 11am - Redcliffe Cultural Centre Redcliffe City Orchestra Jazz Band and special guests will perform wartime classics about war and peace. Phone: 3283 0407. The Mayor's Christmas Concert featuring The Australian Arm y Band 30 November, 10.30am - Redcliffe Cultural Centre Celebrate the spirit of Christmas with traditional Christmas classics and sing-a-longs. Tickets: $7. Show & Devonshire tea: $11.50. Ph: 3283 0407.

Hub Celebrate the year at the region's newest arts facility. This night will include great local entertainment, dinner and a chance to kick up your heels. $25 per person includes dinner and a drink. Phone 3205 0555 for details.

News Spotlight: Food for Thought End of Year Dinner - 14 December, 6pm at the Caboolture