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FA@H 2019 – That’s a Wrap…

In recent years Hale School’s art-loving community has become accustomed to shivering in the rain and wind, gathering around the outdoor heaters at the doors of Memorial Hall, waiting to be among the first to see the artworks on display at the Opening Night of Fine Art @ Hale.

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Carly le Cerf – Waxing Lyrical

If there is one message that artist Carly le Cerf would like to get across to young people it is that – as opposed to what she was told as a kid – you actually can make a living from art.

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In the Name of the Father

With their elegant swoops of iron, contrasting metal textures, quirky details and thoughtful highlights of coloured glass, Ben Juniper’s sculptures are testament to his early training as a jeweller; but there is nothing delicate or jewellery-like about the strength and effort required to create this work.

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Fine Art at Brine House

Since 2002 the boarders at Hale School’s Brine House have been among Fine Art @ Hale’s most dedicated viewers – and most astute investors.

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Warmun Art Features at Fine Art @ Hale 2019

Working on the strong relationships already established between Hale School and the Warmun Community, Fine Art @ Hale this year welcomes a collaboration with Warmun Art Centre to bring some exciting works to the 2019 exhibition.

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From Then to Now

Fine Art @ Hale talk to former Hale School Headmaster, John Inverarity and Garry Zeck, the inaugural Director of Fine Art @ Hale, about the exhibition’s beginnings all those years ago.

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