Art, well we just love it. What better way to promote waste minimisation than helping our artists find beautiful, recycled stuff to work with.
Whether working with Moonah Arts Centre to develop Art from Trash, or with Glenorchy City Council supplying sculptures to the Derwent Entertainment Centre, developing a travelling fine art exhibition with VEOLIA and Kick Start Arts, or celebrating Salamanca Arts Centre's 35th Anniversary in 2012, or supplying Terrapin Puppet Theatre or the IHOS Opera Company ...
Recovery has extensive and proven art event innovation and management capabilities.
Our current art project is the re-appointment of The Recovery Centre sculpture garden to celebrate our 20 years of operation.
As an extra-special gift to the community the owners of Recovery Tas have commissioned two very talented local artists to create artworks for the new sculpture garden. Their brief was to create pieces that celebrate relationships between community, business and planet, and which exemplify the beauty of re-using products and materials that are un-valued and therefore incorrectly termed 'waste'.
John Williamson of Inkpot studios has created several pieces for the Sculpture Garden to be unveiled by Glenorchy City Council Mayor Stuart Slade on Friday 19 April 11.00am, and Sue Croger has created a garden setting to be unveiled on Sunday 21 April.
The garden will also feature historical pieces from the first Art from Trash events held at the Moonah Arts Centre in the early 1990s.
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