We are very excited to announce that after two years in Prahran, we have moved one hundredth gallery to a much bigger space at 200 Normanby Road, South Melbourne.
The Awards are a great marketing tool to increase awareness and to showcase your artwork, project or business. Not only will you have the chance to win one of the prizes but more importantly are the advertising effects and the exposure you get. You will reach new target audiences by being published in all Temporary Gallery media channels. (Website, Google, iPhone App, Android App, Facebook, Twitter, Newsletter, Media Releases, Advertising Material, etc). Entries from all over the globe are welcome! Artists and Organisations can enter multiple projects.
Julia Robinson’s Some to the stone is a compelling body of work first exhibited at La Trobe Regional Gallery, Gippsland (Victoria) in September 2012. These sculptural works investigate the notion of superstition and explore some lesser known superstitions trying to make sense of the complex human need to trust things beyond our power, to take meaning from nothingness and find comfort in language, ritual and gesture.
Born in Zimbabwe, based in Sydney and now more recently in Hong Kong, Standing's iconic and haunting paintings have developed along a complex path of progression. Driven by an innate compulsion to paint, Standing explores tension felt by a personal search for identity, embodied by complexities felt by a mass consciousness - one which has been left with toxic traces of colonialism.
Artist and illustrator Sarah Hardy has been building a name for herself as an illustrator for children and adults since she started PopcornBlue in 2010, after the birth of her third son.
Bill Sampson’s paintings – if we can call them that – are not contrived formal images, cadences of colour carefully orchestrated into iridescent compositions. Rather, they are paper-thin stage sets for liquid acts of ruin and destruction. Using and abusing a technique known as marbling, Sampson pours thin skeins of paint onto the skin-like surface of water then lets the paint take over, spooling in all directions with reckless assertion; little motors of churning colour.
The Addams Family Broadway Musical comes to Sydney from March 10, 2013.
Neglected Musicals presents Variations: The Musical. by Nick Enright & Terence Clarke. Book & Lyrics by Nick Enright. Music by Terence Clarke. Monday 25 March at 2pm & 8pm. At Theatre 19 - The Darlinghurst Theatre. Starring Maggie Blinco, Amanda Bishop, Martin Crewes, Rodney Dobson. Margi de Ferranti, Belinda Wollaston. Further cast announced soon
Under instructions of Hackford & DÁlessandro Lawyers Morwell: Estate of Val Duddington Traralgon also collections Kew, and Wantirna, Blackburn South, Hideaway Bay Queensland. Viewing Saturday 2nd March 11- 4 pm. Monday 4th March 12 noon to 6 pm.
Under the Artistic Direction of Stephen Page, Australia’s leading Indigenous performing arts company Bangarra Dance Theatre is thrilled to announce it will perform in Vietnam as part of the 40th Anniversary celebrations of diplomatic relations between Australia and Vietnam.
Free event! Bring your family and friends! Arts Access Victoria, Vicdeaf and Action on Cinema Access have partnered to bring you this accessible screening event!
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The Mt Buller Arts Association has announced artist Louis Pratt’s beautiful sculpture Voyeuras the winner of the inaugural acquisitive Mt Buller Sculpture Award. Pratt receives a cash prize of $100,000 and the work will be permanently sited on the mountain, becoming the first piece in the Mt Buller Sculpture Park.
Art at Linden Gate Gallery is pleased to bring you the Selected Works of four very talented artists; Jane Fitzherbert, Joke Frijlink, Chris Major and Sonya Louise. These four women take inspiration from their various life experiences and surroundings to create their paintings. Come and see their work and meet them at the opening on Saturday 2 March, 2013 at 5-7 pm.
MakerWearerMatchmaker is a collaborative jewellery project that will take place during ArtMonth, March 2013.
I suppose my art is a gift, like life, like today... Hopefully people will feel the life in my paintings, and this gives them a gift, each and every day - Alison Coulthurst
Enter to win. Tell your friends and receive a double chance at winning the ultimate Stereosonic prize. By completing the survey you automatically go into the draw to win one of five 'Ultimate Stereosonic Experiences ' (a return flight from your closest capital city, transfers, accommodation and 2 VIP tickets to Stereosonic 2013, at the city of your choice) .
Inviting all female artist to submit artwork! There are no restrictions on size and the work can be on any theme, any medium. This is an exciting exhibition in conjunction with International Women’s day 2013. Proudly sponsored by Women on Boards
An escaped convict, rain and rainbows, a burning bride, pregnancy tests, modern marriage, bugs in a jar & a futuristic epidemic… Short+Sweet week 7 has it all...
Topaz' pendant lamps pay homage to the exquisite geometric chaos that are Nature's mineral crystallisation's. The word 'Topaz' has a literal meaning of 'amber quartz,' which was an inspiration behind the lamp's creation. The seemingly random yet precise formations of crystal have been translated into an illuminated asymmetrical sculpture that looks unique from every viewing angle. These direct and indirect/atmospheric pendant lamps can be hung solely or groups, where they appear distinctive in form when positioned at various angles of rotation. Topaz can be shipped flat packed as the sheet metal shade is easily bent into shape by the owner, drastically reducing shipping space. Brass sheet offcuts are used, reclaimed from Melbourne metal yards.