In Conversation: Belinda Fox and Neville French With Julie Mclaren

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Belinda Fox is a Melbourne-based artist who has collaborated with Buninyong-based ceramic artist Neville French on a number of works included in Fox’s exhibition The Light Crept In. Taking inspiration from traditional Korean moon jars, their collaborative works are a reminder of the fragility of nature and perfection in the imperfect.

Join artist Belinda Fox and ceramicist Neville French in this intimate and insightful conversation with Art Gallery of Ballarat curator Julie McLaren. Learn about the artform of creating, finding gratitude and nourishment in our everyday environment.

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  • Sun 26 May

2pm–3pm

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  • Caters for people who use a wheelchair.

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