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‘Of Birds and Bees - a Journey of Discovery’ by Erica Siegel - Community Arts Display
Presenter:
Redland Performing Arts Centre
Description:

The exhibition ‘Of Birds and Bees - a Journey of Discovery’ by Erica Siegel AFIAP AAPS consists of 88 stunning photographic works.  

Erica Siegel, of Birkdale, is a self-taught wildlife photographer specialising in birds and invertebrates, particularly native solitary bees.  She has been a member of the Redland Camera Club since 2009 and was featured in Sue des Brosses Exhibition ‘Stories from Hear’ at the Redland museum in June 2013. In 2014 she was the Inspiring Senior of Division 10 and local author Louise Gibbon wrote about her in her book ‘The Voice of Women in the Redlands Strength and Inspiration’.

During National Honey Month in 2016 Erica had an exhibition of 35 native bee photographs at the Redland museum where she also gave a talk on solitary native bees. Erica Siegel's bee photographs have so far been published in six books and various other publications, including The Australian Beekeeping Manual by Robert Owen. DPI NSW also used 20 of her native bee photographs in the ‘Australian native bees’  AgGuide, released in 2016.

She photographs bees in her garden and other parts of the Redlands, and once a year she travels to various places in Australia in search of birds to photograph, including north-east Kimberly WA in 2015,  Coorong SA in 2016, Warby Ranges Victoria in 2017 and this year back to Western Australia's South Coast. In this year’s trip to Western Australia she hopes to find the rather elusive Southern Emu-wren, Red-eared Firetail and the Red-winged Fairy-wren, endemic to the South western corner of Western Australia.

For more information visit www.ericasiegel-photography.com

This display will be in the Concert Hall Foyer on Level 2 until Saturday 26 May.

You can view this exhibition: Mon to Fri 10am to 4pm; Sat 10am to 1pm; and during scheduled performances in the Concert Hall​.

 



 art wall displays coming soon are as follows:
 
EXHIBITOR APPROXIMATE ​DATE​
​Erica Siegal

1 May to 26 May 2018
​NAIDOC Week Exhibition: Redland Art Gallery Collection works

​3 July to 15 July 2018
Winter Exhibition by Redland's Creative Alliance

20 July to 24 August 2018
​Coochie Art Group exhibition

​7 to 22 September 2018​
  

Please note: the dates for the above artwall displays may vary slightly to the dates provided above. The final dates will be provided closer to each actual exhibition. More exhbitions will also be added to this 'coming soon' list as they are confirmed with the artists.

  


Redland Performing Arts Centre is proud to provide a Community Arts Display Space (art wall) to celebrate arts within the Redlands Community.

 

The Community Arts Display Space at RPAC was the first of its kind for the Redlands and celebrates arts within the community by offering a free, self facilitated display space for local artists, schools and community groups to exhibit artwork of their choice.

The art wall is located on the second level of the RPAC Concert Hall foyer and is available for groups to display artworks for blocks of one month.  

Click here to download the information kit [pdf 950 kb] or contact the Creative Arts Unit Community Cultural Development Officer on 3829 8844 or 0409 653 125 or via email elaine.seeto@redland.qld.gov.au 

Performance Times:
You can view this exhibition:
Mon to Fri 10am to 4pm; Sat 10am to 1pm; and
during scheduled performances in the Concert Hall
Venue:
Second level of the RPAC Concert Hall foyer
Duration:
See details above
Prices:
The Community Arts Display Space at RPAC is free to view during scheduled performances in the Concert Hall.
Suit Children:
Yes
Booking Information:
No booking required to view the art wall display
Status:
Open
Purchase:

No tickets required