Monthly Archives: March 2017

In Colour, debate


Our 2017 lecture series In Colour looks at the often-neglected topic of colour in contemporary art. Throughout the year, a distinguished ...

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Phil Soliman: TOGETHER


Politics, football and hummus collide in Melbourne-based artist Phil Soliman’s new performance work Together. Beginning with a big fat Egyptian party, Together explores the ...

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Continuing our commitment to supporting local emerging arts practice, Spiro Grace Art Rooms (SGAR) is excited to announce our gallery will ...

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Gatya Kelly : Alchemy


Jan Manton Art is pleased to announce upcoming exhibition Alchemy by emerging artist Gatya Kelly. “Alchemy is a kind of philosophy: a kind ...

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Dog Days


The humble studio dog has played confidante, silent critic and muse to the artist for centuries. Many of these dogs sit ...

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Poetics of Identity


  Poetics of Identity presents the work of four graduate printmaking students, together with lecturer and artist Dr. Glen Skien, as ...

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Empathy Toward Plants


‘Empathy Toward Plants’ explores the potential for the gallery space to act as a greenhouse for subtle activism. Connection to place, ...

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The Prosperity Collection


REDSEA Gallery is excited to announce Katrina Read’s solo exhibition, ‘The Prosperity Collection’ will be featured in the gallery this March. ...

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RENDERED: An Analogue Exploration of the Digital aims to investigate the 21st century digital phenomenon through the vessel of analogue contemporary ...

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Mike Skelton: Exposed


. A ravishing exhibition of rare photographic diversity by a master craftsman compiled over years. The work offers a glimpse into ...

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