GULP ART project secures renowned Junk artist

 Feature image and credit : GULP ART image

 

Community people in Mannum are feeling happy and very fortunate that Steve Oatway a, former Punthari resident and renowned South Australian Junk artist has returned to Mannum to live, work and create.

 

Steve has been engaged as the creative artist for the Mannum ‘GULP ART’ Project in partnership with Mid Murray Council, Country Arts SA and the OPAL (Obesity Prevention and Lifestyle) program.

 

Image: Artist Steve Oatway has returned to Mannum to live wrok and create.  he has been engaged to deliver the Gulp Art project.  Image Credit: Tess Minett
Image: Artist Steve Oatway has returned to Mannum to live, work and create. He has been engaged to deliver the Gulp Art project. Image Credit: Tess Minett

Tess Minett, Arts and Cultural Development Officer,  Mid Murray Council says, “We are very pleased to have Steve back in Mannum sharing his creative skills, commitment and enthusiasm in our community.  We look forward to his contribution to the artistic life in the region plus the up-coming  SALA exhibition held in Mannum throughout August 2015 titled, ‘Reconnect’ at Mr Graham Gastons Wool Shed Gallery.

 

For more information contact:

 

  • Tess Minett
  • Arts & Cultural Development Officer
  • Mid Murray Council
  • (08) 8569 0100
  • [email protected]

 

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