Go behind the scenes of Lake Macquarie’s creative community | 7 & 8 November
Lake Macquarie City Council is excited to invite you into the studios of some of Lake Mac's most talented artists and makers.
Happening on the 7 & 8 November, Open Studios is a free event that's all about showcasing local glass, textile, oil, acrylic artists, sculptors, and more.
The local community are encouraged to get out and meet the area's best artists and makers, go behind-the-scenes, and gain some insights into their creative processes.
More than 30 local artists will be participating in Lake Mac Open Studios including; internationally acclaimed abstract artist Tracy Thomas, sculpture artist Lynne Turner and award-winning glass artist Cherie Platen.
Another artist whose work you will most likely be familiar with is Rebecca Murray.
Known for her quirky murals and street-art objects, Rebecca's ‘the Pillar People’ can be found on electrical boxes with these carefully detailed images often constructed in a light abstract way adding fun to our city's streets.
Rebecca can be found at her Flying Spanners Gallery & Studio in Teralba. Loaded with character and featuring a small café inside it's one-stop you'll need to include on your Open Studios itinerary.
To view the full list of artists participating in this year's Lake Mac Open Studios Click Here.
Lake Mac Open Studios provides the perfect opportunity to purchase a unique artwork for your home or a beautiful gift for a loved one.
Lake Mac Open Studios
When: 7 & 8 November
Time: 10am - 4pm
Map: Plan your weekend with the Lake Mac Open Studio map, to view Click Here.
All visitors will be required to social distance and there will be strict limits on the number of people allowed in one studio at any time, to view the COVID-19 safety plan Click Here.