Monthly Archives: November 2014

While Here


Impress Printmakers Studio & Gallery presents an exhibition of prints, drawings, and artist books by Brisbane artist Claudia Husband and American ...

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Stephen Johnston: Observations


International artist Stephen Johnston’s thought-provoking new exhibition ‘Observations’ explores the relationship between our humanity and the items we use everyday. Johnston ...

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Lisa Adams


“Lisa Adams creates images that are often unsettling, sometimes melancholy or by turns uplifting, but always affecting and richly atmospheric. THe ...

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The Glover Prize


The Glover Prize is the richest annual prize for landscape painting in Australia. It is awarded for the work judged the best ...

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Shifting Ground


‘Shifting Ground’ brings together six diverse Brisbane artists whose works address contemporary experiences of the landscape. Stepping in to the landscape ...

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Michael Candy


Through the deconstruction and analysis of everyday devices, Michael Candy has developed a unique rationale of ‘instinctive engineering’ which he uses to investigate ...

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Burst Open


Critics often label today’s design as expensive and elitist and see the modern day designer as someone operating in a “bubble” ...

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15 ARTISTS 2014


15 Artists is an annual acquisitive award and exhibition, which plays a pivotal role in the ongoing growth of the Moreton ...

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Everything All At Once


QUT Visual Art Honours Graduate ExhibitionThe 2014 QUT Visual Art Honours Cohort warmly invites you to the Opening Reception of their ...

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Mark Shorter: Dry Gulch


A new work developed specifically for presentation at Boxcopy, ‘Dry Gulch’ considers the relationship between the artist’s body and the oft-inhabited ...

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Miracle Fruit


Blake House Gallery presents ‘Miracle Fruit’, an exhibition featuring photographic works by six contemporary Brisbane based artists.  Lynette Letic  David Spry  ...

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My Kind of Soldier Australia’s “Rum Rebellion” had almost nothing to do with rum. On the 26th of January 1808, exactly ...

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