Come along to Wyreena Gallery in Croydon to see the 2nd solo exhibition by artist/illustrator Jody Pratt. "In my Community" is an exhibition of contemporary and whimsical, acrylic and collage on canvases that range from small to big at affordable prices. Opens Wednesday 3rd October, runs until Sat 27th Oct.
Robert Ashton has been photographing and exhibiting his work since the early 1970s. His photographs are held in the Australian National Gallery, as well as the Victorian, New South Wales and Tasmanian Galleries, and various private collections in Australia, U S A, and Europe. He works in black and white and very recently in colour, using the camera to record the cultural marks we make in our environment. He is the co author with Gregory Day of "Trace", a book of poems and photographs made on the west coast of Victoria, Australia where he currently lives and works.
Eight artists/craftspeople in Mundaring open their studios for visitors during the last weekend in October every year.
With a style uniquely her own, Maki shows us why her work is the favourite among art collectors.
The exhibition “Composite” features recent works by UWS lecturer from the School of Humanities and Communication Arts, Enrico Scotece. There are two distinct bodies of works being exhibited within “Composite”, these being “Leaves of Light / A Thousand Leaves” and “After the Fall”.
Our final exhibition for 2012, Deck the Walls celebrates the year in art. Feast on brand new works by FILOMENA COPPOLA, VIOLA DOMINELLO, RACHEL FAIRFAX, ASHLEY FROST, MERRICK FRY, MIKI KUBO, ISHBEL MORAG MILLER & LIZ SHREEVE.
LYNNE BOYD, HEATHER DORROUGH & JOY WARREN share a special sensitivity.
Stella Downer Fine Art is expected to be flooded with creativity during the third week of September with the latest work by TREVOR WEEKES. The gallery will be swamped with paintings and works on paper that conjure up the mythical realms of Buddhism, the famous ‘Floating Worlds' of the Edo period of Japan and Noah's ark. WEEKES' paintings and drawings of animals in imaginary landscapes are portals into a whimsical and exotic realm. His waterlogged worlds immerse us in an uncanny reality in which mystery, glamour, shadow and danger are prescient.
The 50 winners across the six major categories for the 2012 Melbourne Design Awards have been announced by Mark Bergin, Creative Director, design100 on Wednesday 19 September at the Business and Investment Centre, Melbourne.
There must be a thousand festivals in Melbourne. But Darebin Music Feast is one of the rare ones - the perfect combination of great local talent, a thriving village of live music venues, a fiercely loyal local audience and the intoxicating beginnings of Spring.
The world’s first non-verbal arts performance where live drawing techniques meet with special effects. This show, showcasing an exquisite combination of arts and performance produced by Korean director, KIM JIN GYU, has arrived Sydney for premieres of the episode 'The Look'; featuring three ‘Looks’, a group of extraterrestrial creatures!!
Please join us and the artist to celebrate the opening of this exhibition on Saturday 6 October, 2pm - 4pm. Jo Davenport graduated in 2011 with a Masters of Visual Art from the Victorian College of the Arts. She was recently a finalist in the R & M McGivern Prize 2012, and in 2011 was awarded the Langridge Painting Award and the Shelmedine Acquisitive Art Award at the Victorian College of the Arts.
Prince Aderele, a visiting artist to Osun’s Village in Miami, Florida,speaks on his efforts at promoting the Yoruba cultural heritage, and his journey to the United States of America.
Acclaimed artist Kelly Thompson collaborates with Nintendo to launch latest digital art craze
The Landscape Awry is a two day event at TarraWarra Museum of Art and its surrounds. It features installations and presentations by authors, artists and academics about the ways in which we ‘see’ the landscape. The symposium has as its starting point the very terrain upon which the TWMA is built in the Yarra Valley.
An assemblage of contemporary Australian visual artworks engaged with music, sound and voice.
Today Bluesfest, Australia’s multi-award winning 5 Day Festival presents its 1st artist announcement for Easter 2013 (March 28 – April 1) held in beautiful Byron Shire, at its dedicated event site, the Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm. It’s the earliest announcement in the history of Bluesfest – 6 weeks sooner than usual and it marks the beginning of FOUR exciting announcements to be released in the upcoming weeks.
Four sensational one-handers are set to rock the Seymour Centre in the next days and weeks! Melbourne comic Damian Callinan presents The Merger in the Reginald Theatre Tues-Sat 7.30pm until 29 September. Self-confessed bookworm and comedian Jennifer Wong performs her ‘book tour without a book’ Not Yet Published in the same space as a 9.30pm late show Thur 20 to Sat 22 September.
Arabian horses, local studs and an eastern theme sets the stage for a wonderful exhibition on horses and rural life at Jayes Gallery in Molong soon. With a strong international reputation, Marian Duncan is a ‘self proclaimed’ perfectionist when it comes to painting Arabian horses. Whilst Marian says she is still ‘learning’, her horses are so beautifully formed and fashioned, that they come to life before your eyes. With an exceptional eye for detail, Marian’s love of her subject shines through every work she produces.
Community Art Sale & Auction Sandringham East Primary School 19th October 2012