Multi-use fully renovated building available gallery space in the heart of Carlton very close to the Melbourne CBD
TAP FILM NIGHT - FRIDAY 29 JUNE 7.30PM Short Films: Video Games Kid, PICANTE a tale of miss understandings, MATJANTA COMMUNITY, African History Films By: Camilo Haley, 'MY ADDICTION', 'LOVE HURTS' By Miya Yamamouchi & Artists Anonymous Show 2012 Filmed By Chofo.
Mark Hanham is a talented, successful young artist, who decided to go against the grain and establish his own gallery in the heart of Crown Street, Surry Hills, Sydney. Changing the very nature of artist representation as well as the face of the Australia’s own "Chelsea"- Crown Street in Surry Hills, Mark is nothing if not avant-garde. Not even a year since it opened, the gallery is proving to be a great success.
You are invited to the official opening night for Elements Friday 22nd June 7pm 13 Rosebed St, Eudlo All welcome, opening speeches at 7.30pm, drinks & nibbles served please RSVP (confirmations only) to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the gallery on 54573780
Presented by Speakeasy Cinema and design100 as a fundraiser for Open House Melbourne. Gary Hustwit ('Helvetica', 'Objectified') takes on the City in 'Urbanized'. Urbanized is the concluding chapter in director Gary Hustwit's documentary trilogy about design. The first, 'Helvetica', concerned the alternatively revered and reviled typeface of its title. The second, 'Objectified', broadened its scope to examine the sometimes invisible ubiquity of design in the objects around us. Finally, 'Urbanized' expands the horizons of the series once more to examine the design of the places 75% of people on Earth will be living in by 2050: cities.
Are you a musician, dancer or storyteller interested in a library event gig? We'd love to hear from you.
Monday 16 July 6-8pm. In the lead-up to the judging event in July for the Melbourne Design Awards, design100 are hosting monthly design industry networking events at Design Central - Comme. At these events we will be showcasing the shortlisted entries that have come in. So, as well as it being a chance to get together with peers, It is a fantastic opportunity to gain exposure for your projects, so get your entries in, and come along and have a drink with us!
The 2012 ArtBeat Festival Photographic Show invites all photographers to enter. Three $1,000 prizes under three categories are on offer. A children's prize of art materials to the value of $300 is available.
Artists are invited to submit works in all mediums responding to the theme 'On light and darkness' and all artists will be rewarded with promotion of their work online and in a commemorative book published at the completion of the exhibitions. This year the Gala Opening for the Finalists exhibition will be hosted in the historic Northern Rivers Community Gallery in Ballina on September 7th 6pm-8pm. There will also be a 'Salon de Refuse' exhibition hosted at the iconic Serpentine Gallery in Lismore.
Artist and teacher Helen Brack, will speak on John Brack’s The Queen (1988), a recent donation to the University of Melbourne Art Collection by Helen Brack. The Potter presents a series of 40th Anniversary free talks to celebrate the rich and diverse exhibition program to be presented on the third Tuesday of the month until November 2012.
For me, capturing beautiful images is what continually inspires me. I love to work outdoors in nature and have the beauty of the landscape as my backdrop. My style is best described as "ethereal", "atmospheric" and somewhat "haunting". Each... photograph is meant to evoke an emotion and tell a story... My hope is that these photographs will help bring a completely new outlook of just how expressive a child can be.
From Wednesday, 20 June until Wednesday, 18 July 2012 Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour, 100 Murray Street, Darling Harbour 2000, NSW Celebrating France’s role in the development and recognition of Australian Indigenous art, the exhibition Gestuelles - The art of transmission by Aboriginal desert women presents works of Aboriginal women painters from desert communities where the emergence of acrylic painting and the understanding of women’s role have significantly been encouraged by prominent French women anthropologists.
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Judy Napangardi Watson, Shorty Jangala Robertson, Paddy Japaljarri Sims, Paddy Japaljarri Stewart, Liddy Napanangka Walker, Bessie Nakamarra Sims & others. Exhibition launch to be opened by Pat Corrigan AM. 6.30pm-8.30pm Thursday 21 June 2012
The Art Expo is an exciting, brand new event supporting the continued growth in all facets of the Arts across 3 cities in 2012. The Art Expo format caters to all people in the hope of demystifying the world of art and creating a new wave of artists, collectors and arts enthusiasts.
Art is integral to everything we do at Avant Card, and as such we take great pleasure in providing exposure for emerging artists by producing beautiful works of art on our postcards and also distributing them to our national venue network. The punters love us for this and in turn we love giving artists a vehicle to showcase their talent. Our aim is to promote diversity – and successful images are chosen based on their ability to inspire, intrigue or inform the general public. You art must look like it belongs on a postcard, it has to be special and it has to stand out.
This will be done through creating recognition platforms for designers and commissioners of design, celebrating their work and partnerships, opening communication between designers and the marketplace and providing thought leadership on how design will shape the future.
Art Comps is a new web site designed specifically to list different types of art contests and calls for artists for graphic designers. Our site is designed to bring all sorts of art contests together on one easy to browse web site.
“Stroke Alt Delete” is an innovative community 'online' art project that Mosaic Republic is running in partnership with the National Stroke Foundation. It is quite unique and experimental insofar as it uses various social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, to engage people to make important project decisions via information sharing, feedback and online voting.
This months program brings three artists into the Conduit Arts space to commune, construct and convey their ideas. To view the artist developments join us at the opening on July 4th from 6pm till 9pm