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REmida Perth Inc.
ABN 35 646 563 450
Phone: 9227 5576
Fax: 9227 9818
Email: info at remidawa.com
Our October artist-in-residence Claudia Cristiani opened her enchanting installation in style on Saturday 25 October. Claudia, who is visiting from Argentina, seeks to create a captivating experience. Judging by the response from her audience at Saturday’s opening, that’s just what she’s done.
Here’s a quick look at Claudia’s installation and the opening:
REmida WA will be looking for another staff member in the near future.
REmida, a waste education leader in WA, will have a volunteer coordinator/education assistant position available at the West Perth office. The role will be part time Tuesday 10-5pm and Thursday 10-5pm.
More details soon. Please hold your application until the invitation is released.
by Claudia Cristiani
On the 25th of October, Claudia Cristiani, hailing from Argentina & featuring as REmida’s second International Artist in Residence, will be exhibiting in REmida’s art space in West Perth.
Claudia has created an installation for people to walk through, to look at, and to feel emotion towards. To see people connect through intuitive care & compassion is an experience that she finds moving & provided the inspiration for this work.
Please join us for Claudia’s opening of the exhibition on Saturday 25th from 1-4pm
25th October- 1st Nov
At REmida, 1 Prospect Place, West Perth.
The artist says of the theme of the installation:
“… It’s the ability of some people to guess and give others what they need without them having even expressed it. That ability, to anticipate and relieve the needs of others, is something magical.”
“To touch somebody’s soul with my hand… I feel really moved when something like that happens in my life or I can see it around me.”
Claudia Cristiani 2014
We are taking the first step to modernising our constitution and are holding a Special General Meeting for the first change. Please see the formal notice below.
The meeting will be held at 1pm on 8th November 2014, just before the opening of our REboot members’ exhibition.
If you cannot make the meeting, you can submit a proxy vote (download a proxy form here).
Look forward to seeing you there.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that a Special General Meeting of REmida WA Inc is to be held:
On Saturday 8th November 2014, commencing at 1:00pm
At REmida 1 Prospect Place West Perth
The Agenda is:
· Proposed change to the Constitution
· Close meeting
The special general meeting is convened for the purpose of considering and voting on a constitutional change. The change reflects the need for effective operation of the organisations Membership operations.
The Association in General Meeting may, from time to time, prescribe enrolment fees and annual subscription fees for members and classes of members of the Association and shall fix the amount of such fees.
Motion for the proposed constitutional change
The Committee of Management may, from time to time, prescribe enrolment fees and annual subscription fees for members and classes of members of the Association and shall fix the amount of such fees.
REmida Perth Inc
P: 9227 5576 F: 9227 9818
ABN: 35 646 563 750 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.remidawa.com
1 Prospect Pl, West Perth WA 6002 PO Box 372, Leederville WA 6903
Staff, volunteers and members of REmida Perth would like to extend a very warm welcome Claudia Cristiani to to REmida’s Artist in Residence DAYSTUDIO.
Claudia Cristiani has traveled from Argentina to be REmida’s Artist in Residence from the 30th September to 13th of November.
Claudia is an abstract painter who is looking forward to learning methods of incorporating discarded materials into her work.
Check out Claudia’s work at www.claudiacristiani.com
A little look inside REmida’s current exhibition!
Josie, REmida’s Artist-in-Residence for August/ September, asked people the question “Where was your favourite place to play as a child?” in an online survey (www.tellmeproject.me) & 290 people shared their treasured memories.
92% of people’s favoured play places were outside
96% were unsupervised by an adult
The responses were recreated in an immersive installation at the REmida Art Space, “Where the WIld Things Were”exhibiting until the 12th October.
Take a walk through this enchanting landscape, filled with memories that will take you back to your own playful childhood…
After a brilliant first edition of the Creative Challenge, with some spectacular entries, REmida would like to announce the material for September & October:
Inspire others and show us what can be done with these humble little guys
Bring your artworks in by 31st October to be displayed in the REmida reception until the end of the year.
“Think for a moment… Where was your favourite place to play as a child?”
Josie McGushin, REmida’s Artist-in-Residence for August/ September asked this question in an online survey (www.tellmeproject.me) & 290 people shared their treasured memories.
The responses will be recreated in an immersive installation at the REmida Art Space, opening on Saturday 13th September 2014.
WHERE THE WILD THINGS WERE
Enter a world where children & their imaginations were able to run free, and where memories linger behind every branch.
Saturday 13th September 2014
2pm – 4pm
Then runs till the 12th October during regular REmida opening hours:
Tuesdays & Thursdays 12-5:30pm
We welcome you to REmida to see an exhibition by
Our current Artist In Residency artist, Pauline has been transforming REmida’s Art Space through her intuitive creative process of exploring REmida materials.
Please join us for the opening of the exhibition on Saturday 16th from 1-4pm
There is also a closing ceremony from 3-4pm on September the 6th
16th Aug- 6th Sept
1 Prosect Place, West Perth
Pauline is holding creative workshops on Saturdays
23rd August 1.30pm-3pm,
30th of August from 10.30-12pm, 1.30pm-3pm,
6th of September from 1.30pm-3pm.
Cost is $10 per person if interested please email Nadia at email@example.com to secure a place. Limited places left.