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May 2021

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Memories Moving On (The Wagga: Then and Now)

6 May at 10.00 am - 4.00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 10.00 am, repeating until 16 May 2021

Waterwheel Gallery, 8 Waterwheel Road
Bedfordale, Western Australia 6112 Australia
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In the town of Wagga Wagga during the 1930s, mill workers began to sew jute flour bags together with a packing needle and twine to create blankets for keeping warm. Over the years, women added pieces of clothing, old cloth and padding and the 'domestic Wagga' was born.
This group exhibition celebrates the humble textile Wagga: its history, new beginning and creative uprising. Proudly brought to you by Waterwheel Gallery and the wonderful women of the Unfinished Object Creatives (UFOs).

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Memories Moving On (The Wagga: Then and Now)

8 May at 10.00 am - 4.00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 10.00 am, repeating until 16 May 2021

Waterwheel Gallery, 8 Waterwheel Road
Bedfordale, Western Australia 6112 Australia
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In the town of Wagga Wagga during the 1930s, mill workers began to sew jute flour bags together with a packing needle and twine to create blankets for keeping warm. Over the years, women added pieces of clothing, old cloth and padding and the 'domestic Wagga' was born.
This group exhibition celebrates the humble textile Wagga: its history, new beginning and creative uprising. Proudly brought to you by Waterwheel Gallery and the wonderful women of the Unfinished Object Creatives (UFOs).

Find out more »
Free

Memories Moving On (The Wagga: Then and Now)

9 May at 10.00 am - 4.00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 10.00 am, repeating until 16 May 2021

Waterwheel Gallery, 8 Waterwheel Road
Bedfordale, Western Australia 6112 Australia
+ Google Map

In the town of Wagga Wagga during the 1930s, mill workers began to sew jute flour bags together with a packing needle and twine to create blankets for keeping warm. Over the years, women added pieces of clothing, old cloth and padding and the 'domestic Wagga' was born.
This group exhibition celebrates the humble textile Wagga: its history, new beginning and creative uprising. Proudly brought to you by Waterwheel Gallery and the wonderful women of the Unfinished Object Creatives (UFOs).

Find out more »
Free

Memories Moving On (The Wagga: Then and Now)

13 May at 10.00 am - 4.00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 10.00 am, repeating until 16 May 2021

Waterwheel Gallery, 8 Waterwheel Road
Bedfordale, Western Australia 6112 Australia
+ Google Map

In the town of Wagga Wagga during the 1930s, mill workers began to sew jute flour bags together with a packing needle and twine to create blankets for keeping warm. Over the years, women added pieces of clothing, old cloth and padding and the 'domestic Wagga' was born.
This group exhibition celebrates the humble textile Wagga: its history, new beginning and creative uprising. Proudly brought to you by Waterwheel Gallery and the wonderful women of the Unfinished Object Creatives (UFOs).

Find out more »
Free

Memories Moving On (The Wagga: Then and Now)

15 May at 10.00 am - 4.00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 10.00 am, repeating until 16 May 2021

Waterwheel Gallery, 8 Waterwheel Road
Bedfordale, Western Australia 6112 Australia
+ Google Map

In the town of Wagga Wagga during the 1930s, mill workers began to sew jute flour bags together with a packing needle and twine to create blankets for keeping warm. Over the years, women added pieces of clothing, old cloth and padding and the 'domestic Wagga' was born.
This group exhibition celebrates the humble textile Wagga: its history, new beginning and creative uprising. Proudly brought to you by Waterwheel Gallery and the wonderful women of the Unfinished Object Creatives (UFOs).

Find out more »
Free

Memories Moving On (The Wagga: Then and Now)

16 May at 10.00 am - 4.00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every day that begins at 10.00 am, repeating until 16 May 2021

Waterwheel Gallery, 8 Waterwheel Road
Bedfordale, Western Australia 6112 Australia
+ Google Map

In the town of Wagga Wagga during the 1930s, mill workers began to sew jute flour bags together with a packing needle and twine to create blankets for keeping warm. Over the years, women added pieces of clothing, old cloth and padding and the 'domestic Wagga' was born.
This group exhibition celebrates the humble textile Wagga: its history, new beginning and creative uprising. Proudly brought to you by Waterwheel Gallery and the wonderful women of the Unfinished Object Creatives (UFOs).

Find out more »