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DFB07 STOP PRESS




The official program for DFB'07 was put to bed early April. It is inevitable that some information has changed since that time. Any alterations, additions to or
cancellations from the program are published here. Please check this page for the latest updates before you set off for DFB'07 visit





WINNER

The DFB in conjunction with TROUBLE Pocket Art offered a DFB Crumpler camera bag promotion in the June Issue of TROUBLE.

Lucky winner is PAUL HICKEY of Vermont South








WIN AN INSTANT PHOTOGRAPHIC LIBRARY



The Australian Commercial and Media Photographers [ACMP]
The Australian Institute of Professional Photography [AIPP] and the FujiFilm Site Unseen Australian Student Collection have donated a selection of quality
Photographic Awards books valued at over $1200.00 to be awarded to one lucky voter for the DFB'07 Umbrella Program People's Choice Award. Fill out a voting slip for your favourite Umbrella Program show [voting slips available from selected DFB'07 venues and info centers] complete and deposit in the box provided to go in the running for this fabulous prize. - The Umbrella show which gets the highest number of votes will be invited to participate in the Main Program in 2009 [subject to conditions]

WIN A CANON i9950 A3 PHOTO INK JET PRINTER

All DFB'07 members and subscribers go into the draw for this fabulous printer courtesy of Canon Australia. Winner will be drawn at the DFB'07 volunteer
end of festival party next Sunday evening. Download a member/subscriber form from the info page and mail it in pronto with your cheque or CC details or call into the DFB'07 Info Centre in the Daylesford Town hall and subscribe before the close of DFB'07 to be in the draw

In spite of all the proofing, amending and corrections to the program, the following blooper slipped under the radar.

The body text for Karena Goldfinch's show 'Continuum' at the Red Beard Bakery Trentham on page 22 should read -

Continuum - the cycles of death and regeneration in nature.
The eerie beauty of the orchard in winter before it bursts forth.
The stillness of the bush after a fire before it starts to regenerate.
The dying leaves of the tree fern providing support for the new growth.
Karena uses an alternative process called Gumoil, which was developed by Karl Koenig. It entails exposing a contact print on to sensitised paper to which oil paint is then applied. The Gumoil print has a particularly painterly quality which is reminiscent of the pictorialists.

all other information is correct





Change of venue

Holger Mohaupt's 'Anticipation' [page 16] moves from the Old Police Cells -
venue 19 - to the Daylesford Town Hall - venue 1

The Hepburn Shire Schools projects which appeared in main street shopfront windows of towns across the shire now move to the one location at Hepburn Primary Schools multi function shed where it will be open to the public from 10 -4 Saturday and Sunday June 23rd & 24th

ARTIST FLOOR TALKS

The following artists will conduct floor talks about their work in DFB'07.

Jason Edwards and Tobias Titz make a special presentation Friday June 15th at 7.30pm on their shows 'Life is Motion' and 'Farewell 665' at the Glenlyon Shire Hall. All welcome

Kim Percy, who's 'Submerged ' is part of the DFB'07 Main Program will be on hand to talk about her installation in Lake Daylesford Sunday, June 17th between 11am and 12.30pm. Meet Kim and hear about her project lakeside in front of the Boathouse Cafe.

Steph Tout will do a presentation on pinhole imagerey at the Weavery, Fraser Street Clunes to accompany her show 'Ensemble' at the same venue
from 2pm - 4pm Saturday June 16th







Due to circumstances beyond our control, the following DFB 07 Umbrella Program shows have had to be cancelled

Eye Spy at the Busy Birds Gallery in Blackwood [page 23]



'Tom Binns Sailing Ships' at the Clunes Court House [page 19]

Mathais Heng's 'Earthquake' at Christchurch Daylesford [page 12]

Freedom by Sue Keys at Andersons Mill [page 21]

Additions to the Umbrella Program

Katherine Seppings 'HEAVEN ON EARTH'
'Art with Heart' Cafe Gallery
10 Howe Street, Daylesford
Open Wed, Thurs, Fri - 8am to 5pm, Sat, Sun 8am to 7pm


Richard White 'Landscape - from the Negative to the Positive'
Andersons Mill Smeaton. Open 10am to 4pm Friday to Monday

Jinny Coyle 'Under A Silver Sun'
Perfect Drop Wine Bar Daylesford

'Interwoven' by Vanessa Roget is in the Cellar Door at Barcaldine House,
Leitches Spring Rd Musk Hours 10-5 daily

Change to opening hours

John Tozer's China - 'Beyond the Icons' at Studio 500 [page 23] closed
Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Rob Gale's 'Mythical Images and Natural Systems' [page 22] at the Market Street Gallery is open this Saturday, Sunday and Monday 10am - 5pm, then Sats and Suns 10 - 5 until July 1st. Other times by appointment 0419 616 888

The Convent Gallery, Daylesford [venue No 18] closes daily at 4.00pm, not 5pm as advertised in the program

degree south @ andersons mill & convent launch
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joyce evans

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