Monthly Archives: July 2014

Genine Marie Larin

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Genine Larin seeks, through her art, to transform bodily affect into concrete knowledge. Stone Baby: An Exploration of Affect and Trauma ...

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Lawrence Daws

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After winning the Italian Travelling Scholarship in 1957 and spending time in Rome , Daws lived and worked in London, travelling ...

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AGENDA

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In a sense, all art is political. The perspective of the artist—a view that is inextricably tied to their unique social ...

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Kaleidoscope

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Exhibition featuring Zhong Chen and Bruce Earles. Zhong Chen was born in Zhongshan, China in 1969. At the age of 19 he moved ...

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DRAWN IN

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Featuring Ian Smith, Ron McBurnie, Peter Hudson & Euan Macleod. The visual sources for the four artists in this exhibition extend ...

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Teo Treloar: Dark Matter

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Teo Treloar’s intensely thought provoking work refuses to shy away from uncertainty, giving voice to duality, vulnerability and fragility. Notions of ...

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Triple Oh!

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It seems counter-intuitive to put together art — a form or medium dominated since Kant by questions of intentionality — and ...

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CONTEMPORARY WEARABLES

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This is a Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery touring exhibition of their biennial of contemporary jewellery award. It showcases artworks in metals, ...

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VIRION FESTIVAL

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Virion is a biennial digital art exhibition, and online archive of digital creative practice, shown via a global network of public screens, ...

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MONO 17: David Grubbs

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The IMA and Room 40 are pleased to present a concert and a lecture by artist and musician David Grubbs. For over twenty years, Grubbs has left an indelible ...

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An Occasion

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Catherine Sagin and Kate Woodcroft interview each other about studying comedy, their relationship, and being artists. For the occasion they have ...

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Middle Ground 2

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Middle Ground 2 presents the current stages of studio research by Fine Art Honours candidates from the Queensland College of Art. ...

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Right Here Right Now

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‘Poly Gone Cowboy presents ‘Right Here Right Now’, a fresh collection of paintings by Cairns based artist Caroline Mudge. In this ...

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Moran Art Prizes

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The Moran Arts Foundation is a philanthropic, not-for-profit organisation whose objective is to support the Arts in Australia through: The Doug Moran National Portrait ...

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ANtIMATION

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With a rich history of experimentation and rapid uptake of new technologies, Animation is consistently at the forefront of creative innovation ...

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The Kennedy Prize

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The Kennedy Prize is an annual Australian art award of $25,000 for ‘beauty’. The prize, offered by the Kennedy Arts Foundation, ...

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Sculpture by the Sea 2015

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Submissions are now open for the 11th annual Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe which is being held from 6 – 22 March 2015 on Perth’s stunning ...

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