Image: Renae Pennicuik, Urban Landscape Series, T&G Clock, The Setts, The Sandbar (detail), 2019.
Wheel thrown Stoneware Ceramics. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Image: Jennifer Gadsden, Connections – Lunch at the Long Table (detail), 2017.Ceramic. Photo courtesy of the artist.


Contemporary Ceramics
Jennifer Gadsden and Renae Pennicuik

Nourish is an exploration of our local food culture, our region and our environment. The land that yields, the growers that produce, our human connections through rituals of food preparation and the opportunity to connect with others.
Nourishment is necessary for growth of mind, body and soul to maintain good health. However to be well nourished is more than just the food we eat, it is also the sustenance we receive through our connections to community, place and each other. 
This exhibition celebrates the diversity of the people in our region who contribute to the nourishment of themselves and others.
Opening 6pm, Thursday 4 April
Location: Mildura Arts Centre
Exhibition Thursday 4 April – Sunday 26 May

Free Entry
Mildura Rural City Council and Mildura Arts Centre

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