Mud Talks 03: The Magic and Art of Beekeeping with Honey Fingers

Mud Australia presents Mud Talks 03: The Magic and Art of Beekeeping with Honey Fingers. Moderated by contemporary artist Stansilava Pinchuk, at At the Above Gallery in Fitzroy, Melbourne.

Join us for an evening of art, engaging conversation and delicious honey! The evening also celebrates an exhibition of new sculptural works: Mud porcelain repurposed into beautiful artworks by Nic Dowse and his honeybees. The night will be moderated by artist and fellow beekeeper Stanislava Pinchuk.

Event Details:

When:
Thursday, April 22nd, 6pm – 7.30pm

Where:
At the Above Gallery, 198 Gertrude St, Fitzroy

Ticket cost:
$80 per person

What’s included in your ticket?
An evening exhibition and talk (including the opportunity for Q&A), canapés, honey tastings and wine.  Each guest will also receive a Mud Talks Departure Gift including:

1 x Mud cotton tote bag
1 x Honey Fingers local honey
1 x Unframed photographic art print
1 x A Mud Sugar Bowl in a lucky-dip colour

The event will be COVID-Safe, following social distancing, hygiene and contract tracing guidelines.  A limited number of tickets available.

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