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MAYO Gallery & Community Stalls | Ascot
9 October, 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
One event on 10 October, 2020 at 10:00 am
Update: Due to COVID-19 this event is now for St Margaret’s community only.
The MAYO Arts Festival has been reimagined by students and staff at St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School in Ascot.
Friday 9 October – MAYO Gallery Preview supported by Cult Design
Set within the stunning St Margaret’s Arts Centre Foyer and adjacent open-air Terrace with the twinkling lights of the cityscape as a backdrop, the MAYO Gallery Preview events are an intimate opportunity to be one of the first to purchase from an exciting exhibition of Queensland creatives and student works.
This year, to allow for social distancing measures, two preview events will be held with strictly limited numbers. Both sessions are now sold out.
Preview 1 – 5:30pm – 7:00pm – SOLD OUT
Preview 2 – 7:30pm – 9:00pm – SOLD OUT
Saturday 10 October – MAYO Gallery and Community Stalls (for St Margaret’s community)
The gallery will continue on Saturday between the hours of 10am and 2pm. There will be no need to book but event organisers are limited to the number of people they can have enter the Arts Centre Foyer and the school grounds at any given time and therefore there may be waiting periods. There will be community market stalls operating from 10am to 2pm on Circular Drive which will include:
- Oh deer, Christmas is near stall
- book stall
- plant stall
- takeaway gelato
Between enjoying the gallery and browsing the stalls, visitors will be able to purchase some refreshments including coffee, morning tea items, alcoholic beverages (between 12pm and 2pm only) and packaged Barambah Organics cheese boxes. Entry is free.
Named in honour of one of Australia’s finest sculptors, Daphne Mayo, the festival aims to showcase and celebrate emerging local and national artists with a focus on exhibiting three-dimensional art across various disciplines including: jewellery, glass art, ceramic art and sculpture.
For further information about the MAYO Arts Festival visit www.stmargarets.qld.edu.au.