ART ATTACK: Lisa Adams' painting Cold Wind around Sunshine Coast will feature at the Tattersall's Club exhibition at the Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery.
ART ATTACK: Lisa Adams' painting Cold Wind around Sunshine Coast will feature at the Tattersall's Club exhibition at the Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery. Contributed

Be the first to see landscapes on show

SIP, Savour and Swing is a fundraising event in support of the Stanthorpe Art Festival 2016.

We have moved the art festival from late summer to a winter celebration. As our date-claimer, we advise that the art festival will now open at the Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery on June 3, 2016, running for the usual six weeks.

Additionally we have decided to increase the prize money, hence the need for a fundraiser.

The Stanthorpe Art Gallery, in partnership with Granite Belt Wine Tourism, will host a fundraising night with superb musical entertainment, tasty food and exceptional wine.

Be among the first to see the award-winning Tattersalls' landscapes - for the first time in the club's history, they will be removed from the Queen Street club premises and exhibited at the Stanthorpe Art Gallery.

The winners of the Granite Belt Wine and Tourism photography competition will also be announced on the night.

Musical entertainment by Teri Wells and the Aperitif Jazz Ensemble are guaranteed to get you up and dancing.

Also on the night, the always-entertaining Anne Lindsay will tempt you to bid for some beautiful local wines in our inaugural wine and silent auctions.

Tickets are $25 and include a light supper.

Tickets are available from the art gallery, visitors centre and Print and Copy.

The organisers would like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors Sirromet Wines, Ballandean Estate Wines, Granite Belt Brewery and Brass Monkey Brewhouse.

Come to the Stanthorpe Art Gallery on Saturday, May 16, for what is sure to be a night to remember.

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