Deloraine and DCS have been glowingly reviewed by Lonely Planet. The town itself is described thus:
Nooked into the base of the Great Western Tiers, Deloraine commands wonderful views at almost every turn. Blessed with the photogene, the town is bisected by the winding Meander River, with Georgian and Victorian buildings scattered around the main street, Emu Bay Rd. There's a vibrant, artsy feel here, with several good eateries and craft studios to visit.
Along with other businesses, such as Cycles at the Empire Hotel and the Folk Museum, DCS is listed as a must-visit venue:
The arts and crafts being produced in this artist-operated studio space are a cut above many galleries and craft shops on the island. Wander around to see artisans at work in their open studios – if you like the finished products on display, you can usually purchase them. There's woodwork, weaving, fashion, toys, jewellery, glass and furniture to admire.
This upcoming exhibition is open to the public from 2nd March to the 31st March 2018 at Deloraine Creative Studios.
If you would like your art work to be considered for this award you can pick up an entry form at the Deloraine Creative Studio, the Launceston Art Society, the Meander Valley Council or click the link below.
Please find the particulars here:
True loves and passions from Tasmania's history: A printmaking art and story exhibition featuring the works of 10 Tasmanian printmakers and writers
Opening night: Saturday 3 February 5.30-7.00 pm
Free entry - all welcome
Congratulations to DCS studio holder Brad Quinn, winner of the major acquisitive prize in the 10th annual Meandering Exhibition with his painting 'Chudleigh Show', depicting cattle being groomed for judging.