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The Northern Bellarine Arts Trail

2 November - 3 November

| Free

This is the first year for the Northern Bellarine Arts Trail which will be located on the stunning rolling hills of the beautiful Bellarine Peninsula. The Northern Bellarine Arts Trail 2019 is an Open Studio event where the public can visit artists in their studios. This year we will feature over 50 artists at 25 venues. There will also be group shows in a few locations and some studios have more than one artist exhibiting their work. You will be able to see artists in their own environment making their work. Bennetts Winery will also be hosting the first group exhibition featuring the artists who are participating in the Northern Bellarine Arts Trail. The Arts Trail will be held on Saturday November 2nd and Sunday 3rd November from 10am to 4pm each day. This trail has been organised to compliment The Bellarine Arts Trail, which encompasses the southern areas of the peninsula. These two arts trails will run on alternate years. The participating artists are scattered across the northern Bellarine Peninsula and include the following towns: Portarlington, Drysdale, Clifton Springs, Leopold, Moolap, St Leonards, Indented Head, Mannerim and Curlewis. Artworks will be for sale and include Ceramics, Printmaking, Painting, Sculpture, Photography and Mixed Media. The Bellarine Peninsula is a wonderful rural location showcasing a multitude of fine food outlets, wineries, olive oil producers, and many more to sample and enjoy. Accommodation is available in a wide variety of locations from the quaint historic town of Queenscliff, Airbnb and Bed & Breakfast accommodation. Pick up a map from your local café or community centre and follow us on Facebook for the latest news and information in the lead up to this very exciting new event. Look for us on the City of Greater Geelong web site, including Arts Atlas and Trails information.


2 November
3 November
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Linda Gallus, Kaye Clancy & Pip Williams
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