The exhibition, launched on the 3rd July 2016, showed a wide range of aerials, the historic and modern Port Adelaide, landmarks and buildings, the Port River and its modern and historic maritime sites include tall ships, tugs, lighthouse, dolphins, bridges, landscapes, industry, people, fauna, flora, ships graveyards, Quarantine Station, Garden Island, surrounding suburbs from Largs Bay and Semaphore, the Outer Harbor Terminal with the Cruise Ships, VIP visitors and unusual studies of Port Adelaide, Sue did also not hesitate to showcase in her photographs Environmental problems in the local area.
The exhibition was complemented by the only non-Aboriginal painting by one of the 2016 exhibitors at ASSP Gallery Port Adelaide: the lovely Aboriginal Elder Annette Gai Boreham aka Sparrow was showing Billie our famous late Port River Bottlenose Dolphin tail-walking.
Live interview by Sue Smith to the exhibition in Sunday Show with Michael ‘Mikey’ Wenske WOW FM Radio 100.5 http://wowfm.org/ It was a pleasure to chatter away in the relaxed, familiar studio atmosphere.
The exhibition was launched on the 3rd June 2016 by
HON Mark Butler MP (left) and
CR Peter Jamieson (Outer Harbor Ward) representing the Port Adelaide Enfield Mayor Gary Johanson (right).
CR Helen Wright (Port Adelaide Enfield Semaphore Ward)
Jane Marr (Port Adelaide Enfield Arts and Cultural Development Officer)
Ian Walsh (Port Adelaide Enfield Visitor Information Centre)
Jim Manning (Chair and Presenter WOW FM 100.5)
Peter Markey (Researcher. Blackwood)
Liesbeth Pockett (International recognised painter, BA)
Dianne Vanstone (Painter, Illustrator, Arts Tutor, Children’s Books Author)
Karin Uppgard (BA Fine Art, Graphic Design, Framing)
Philip Jenner (Philip Jenner owner Port Mall News Agency, Sponsor & Supporter of ASSP Gallery)
SOUND & EQUIPMENT:
The Sound Miller Music Studios http://soundmiller.com.au/