CREATIVE: Cap Coast Textile Artists members Noeline Machan and Una Barnett have their work on show at The Mill Gallery this month.
CREATIVE: Cap Coast Textile Artists members Noeline Machan and Una Barnett have their work on show at The Mill Gallery this month. Amy Haydock ROK

Wear your art loud and proud at Mill Gallery tomorrow night

IF YOU thought art was only for hanging on your walls, The Mill Gallery's latest exhibition will make you think otherwise.

The artists at The Mill Gallery will launch their exciting new exhibition tomorrow, titled Art to Wear, featuring the Spruiker Hire 2015 Art to Wear Awards.

Discover some amazing creations of wearable art including garments, accessories, body art, recycled and designer wear. You can also vote in the People's Choice Award.

The exhibition continues throughout August and features many local artists.

Enrolments for the final workshop in the Winter Art Workshop Program are still open. The Mill Gallery has been offering a successful program of art workshops throughout winter 2015 with thanks to the Livingstone Shire and the Queensland Government through RADF funding.

The gallery's adult workshops have crossed a range of mediums including linoprinting, book binding, mixed-media, children's plaster wall plaques and painting with pastels.

ART TO WEAR

WHEN: Tomorrow from 6.30pm

WHERE: The Mill Gallery, Normanby St, Yeppoon



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