The internet-viral „Trumer Beer Machine” was awarded gold in two categories at the W3 Awards in Los Angeles. (Web Viral and Branded Content: Viral)
Kellie Lloyd, well known as the bass player in Brisbane’s Screamfeeder, is about to release Magnetic North, an album of beautiful, haunting songs, pure sweet pop and at times heavy and dark rock
After living in Australia for 18 years, Juliet Wilson returned to Prince Edward Island for an extended stay. The Island’s allure hit her front on: not just the vibration of the gently rolling landscape, with its patchwork quilt of red soil and emerald fields, but the beauty of the people who make up the rich fabric of the Island, their sense of place, and their way of being.
Mixed media, Portsea Flags have been well used, and now captured as paintings. Available Gallery Sorrento, Ocean Beach road, Sorrento.
Now in its third year, and a highlight of the Melbourne design calendar, the Awards celebrate the role of design and designers as innovators, and recognise that good design impacts at a business and community level. It is the only design awards program recognising a broad range of design categories open to design professionals, students and those that commission design.
Digital Art. Katie's work can be viewed at http://roachhd.com
Jasmine work in varied media - watercolour, gouache, pen, ink wash, graphite and digital media. She is inspired by the surreal nature of dreams, the beauty of humanity, femininity and womanhood, and modernity in sex and sexual practice.
Watch this engaging interview with artist Erin Tappe, where she discusses her most recent solo show at [MARS] 'Flock', filmed and edited by Nikki Lam.
Category: Sculpture Over All Winner 2011. Stark white corrugated farm sheds filled with red desert sand are scattered over the surface of the colonial table. The only traces of life and aboriginal and native animal forms that appear silhouetted on the sides of the structures. These ghost-like forms appear to suggest a dusk of human existence.
We're pleased to announce that Temporary Gallery, has been shortlisted as a finalist for the 2011 ArtsHub Awards in the category of innovation in the arts by an individual or group, organisation or business.
The Temporary Gallery App took out the Gold Mobie at the 2011 Australian Mobile Awards, with Fairfax and Sensis also winning a swag of trophies.
A sense of community and passion for the arts are two elements that define the St Kilda Road precinct. Community and art have also forged an important connection in the New Art Awards, a collaborative initiative between The Melbourne Design Awards, with its office at 620 St Kilda Road, St Kilda Youth Service (SKYS) and the Temporary Gallery.