Capital Life

By Sally Pryor
Updated April 23 2018 - 9:42pm, first published March 15 2014 - 3:00am

Lake George shows

There are two exhibitions opening in Bungendore today as part of Weereewa - a Festival of Lake George. At Bungendore Wood Works Gallery, 22 Malbon Street, Weereewa - Interpretations shows the work of photographer David Flanagan, sculptor Jeffrey Frith, painters Ian Robertson and Natalie McCarthy and ceramicist Anita McIntyre. The exhibition will be opened at 3pm by festival artistic director Dr Elizabeth Cameron Dalman OAM. And at 5pm, the Weereewa Photography Prize and exhibition open at X Gallery, 30 Gibraltar Street. And for those wanting to make a day of it around the lake, Graeme Barrow, author of Magnificent Lake George - The Biography, will be speaking at a morning tea at Lerida Estate from 11am to 12.30pm. He will cover subjects like the fluctuating water levels, the Aboriginal history of the lake region and the impact of early European settlement.

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