An exhibition of diverse, contemporary works by Faye Doherty, Rosslyn Warman and Janette MacGregor featuring painting, sculpture and printmaking Oakhill Gallery, 100 Mornington-Tyabb Road, Mornington. Opening 2.00pm - 4.00pm, November 4th. Running during the month of November.
Please join us for the brand new exhibition by Ross Wilsmore currently showing at Soho Galleries Sydney...
Masha Vereshchenko works from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA to create her art that is an honest and deep reflection of what is happening in her life. Her first ever Australian solo show 'The Last Heartbeat' is no different.
At the ripe age of 17, Hilton Owen had his first successful solo show. Since then he hasn’t looked back. With 11 solo shows up his sleeves, many more group shows and numerous awards and art prizes at only 23 years of age, Hilton is one to watch for. His unique and individual style sets him apart from his peers.
Beyond the Papunya Dot, New works by Australian artists / Le Point de Papunya - Création autour de l'art aborigène An exhibition of contemporary Australian art that aims to show other aspects of the Australian art world than the well-known dot paintings and to give a voice to ten very different artists working with a large variety of media. First held in Paris, the exhibition will then tour in Melbourne in 2013. It is co-curated by IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art and Géraldine Le Roux, a French anthropologist, in the light of rising cultural relations between France and Australia.
The ACMF conducts an annual National Songwriting Competition for every Primary, Secondary and Specific Purpose School, both public and private, across Australia. Entry into the competition is free. Enter online or by post... it's QUICK AND EASY! Now in it’s tenth year, the competition is endorsed by the Federal Minister for Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. The competition is divided into various categories to provide opportunities for children of all ages, from kindergarten through to Year 12. Many children enter the competition in consecutive years, with a number of students entering multiple songs and improving their results each year. Each year we involve high-profile songwriters, artists and publishers to endorse and judge the competition. All prizes awarded are in the form of musical equipment or tuition for both the winning students and their school.
Visit Stand A13 for contemporary paintings and prints by Blue Mountains artist. Go to www.jennifergabbay.com PREVIEW FRIDAY EVENING 21 September from 5pm - 9pm. Open Saturday & Sunday
Life Drawing Warrandyte is a new calendar of life drawing and figure painting sessions, run by local artist Phillip Sayers and commencing in October 2012. The untutored sessions are open to artists of all abilities and are held at the Warrandyte Senior Citizens Centre. Models are provided however, artists will need to bring there own materials and easel.
Muk Muk Fine Art is currently exhibiting Water house Natural History Art Prize winner - Margaret Loy Pula. After successful shows around Australia and incredible accomplishments within the Australian contemporary art world, Margaret is once again exhibiting where it started.
Take a sneak peek inside Juan's Melbourne studio and learn about his artistic practice, including his most recent body of work now showing at the gallery! Video produced by Rachel Feery for dianne tanzer gallery + projects
4th 7th April 2013, Corryong Victoria in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains. An inspiring display with some of the country’s best artists and photographers having their work on display as the WAW Art and Photography Competition offers a chance for artists to express their talents by depicting the Australian Bush Culture. Our Opening Night Features the Official Opening of the Festival with live music, food, wine, activities and a great bush atmosphere. In addition hands-on art activities are held for children and adults including demonstrations by talented artists. The 2013 theme is "Women of the Mountains"
“I believe that great art is for everyone – not just the rich or the middle class. When I go into East Harlem or Bedford-Stuyvesant and see the kids who come to see our shows, I see nothing so clearly as myself.” – Joe Papp
Our latest So Now You Know video is all about us...well technically its all about you and who else is hanging out in the foyer. So get to know the Foyer Crowd better...
A convoluted family mythology is untangled, as the granddaughter of Arshile Gorky takes an intensely personal look into the long-lasting hold one man can have over the generations that follow him.
The Australian Multicultural Arts and Media Association proudly invites you to a major exhibition, ‘The Crossroads of Style’, by three talented Russian-born artists: Leeka Gruzdeff, Yelena Dyumin and Olena Kosenko to be held at the Art Space on The Concourse, 409 Victoria Ave Chatswood NSW 2067, 2–13 October 2012 . Opening night: Friday 5 October 2012, Art Space on The Concourse Chatswood, 6 – 8 pm.
Australian artist and illustrator, Kareem Rizk, will have a new series of original artworks being released at 1xRUN on Monday 17th September - but they will be available for 7 days only!
Into the Mirror is a new play by Australian playwright Shelley Wall that meets the confronting issue of gender transition head-on… but with tenderness and compassion. Its very personal insights touch any and everybody.
PRIME: ORDERLY – a new beginning, multiple transformations. “Walsh is a powerful, exceptionally skilled and provocative dancer” - Lloyd Bradford Sykes, crikey.com.au. As we descend deeper into the unchartered depths of the 21st Century, humanity has a big question. What can we do about the environmental effects our current practices have on the natural world and consequently us?
Now on exhibition at Manyung at Glenferrie. Featuring sophisticated landscapes by Hugh Evans and fresh, naiive figuratives by Jane Donaldson.
Thursday the 20th of September at 6pm. Iwantja Community is mainly Yankunytjatjara people living on the eastern side of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Lands, 8 km from the Stuart Highway in the far north of South Australia, on a dusty rocky ridge called Indulkana. Indulkana Arts Association started in the seventies. Initially used for secondary student's art lessons, the building used was so crowded at times that the teacher had to mark spots on the floor in the morning to make sure they all had room! Skills were learnt and the beginnings of a clear identity formed.