Art Almanac2 min de lecture
Kirsten Coelho
Comprehensive, engaging, and richly illustrated, this book celebrates the practice of Adelaide-based ceramicist, Kirsten Coelho. Working predominantly in high-fired porcelain, Coelho creates forms and vessels that oscillate between everyday function
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Awards
W www.gleneira.vic.gov.au/BaleApplications are open to emerging Australian artists who have demonstrated talent and achievement in traditional styles for this major $50,000 award. Exhibition Nov 28 to Dec 13 at Glen Eira City Council Gallery. Visit w
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Northern Territory
Lot 3238 , Stuart Highway, Katherine East 0850. T (08) 8972-3751. E contact@gyracc.org.au W www.gyracc.org.au H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat 10.00 to 3.00. Visit website for exhibition information. Ground floor, Building Orange 12.1.02, Casuarina Camp
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Izabela Pluta: Figures Of Slippage And Oscillation
The title ‘Figures of slippage and oscillation’ follows on from an exhibition of the same name held at Artspace, Sydney in 2018, which comprised a single-channel audio component and 60 darkroom contact prints produced without a camera, the result of
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Submissions & Proposals
E info@zetlandstoregallery.com W www.zetlandstoregallery.comCall to artists. Artist-run gallery space taking exhibition proposals. No commission. $550 a week / $950 for two-week exhibition. 747 Elizabeth Street, Zetland, Sydney 2017. ■
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Queensland
136 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley 4006. T (07) 3151-6655. E aftm@wmq.org.au W artfromthemargins.org.au H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 4.00. To Sept 18 Showtime – amid the current global pandemic, the Ekka and many regional shows around the country have been
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Emily Kame Kngwarreye
Emily Kame Kngwarreye (1910-1996) forged new ground for contemporary Indigenous art and is the initial First Nations artist to be included in a series of mini-monographs, which promote the exceptional work of women artists in Australia. Novelist, pla
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Studio Spaces
W www.lancasterpress.com.auFully equipped print studio specialising in hand Lithography. Adjoining four bedroom house with full amenities. Located close to beach and market. 18 Koala Street, Cowes VIC 3922. T 0408-367-310. E jaime.morris@obrienreales
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Wire
Writer Lloyd Jones and painter Euan MacLeod have joined forces to create ‘High Wire’ – a title which traverses metaphysical bridges and tightropes in the pursuit of art. The connection between the pair and their socio-cultural exchanges is a springbo
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Materials
T (03) 9387-9799. E enquiries@artspectrum.com.au W www.artspectrum.com.auWe are the makers of colour, dedicated to creating the finest possible artists’ colours. Visit website for more information on these quality products. 309-311 High Street, North
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ACU Art Collection: A New Perspective
‘Works of art are critical to the university experience – inspiring intellectual curiosity, fuelling the imagination and enriching campus life,’ writes Caroline Field, ACU Collection Curator. ‘A New Perspective’ showcases 66 of the compelling works i
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Services
51 William Street, Darlinghurst 2010. T 0414-946-894. E info@arogallery.com W www.arogallery.com H Gallery space in William Street Darlinghurst, Sydney available for short term hire. Light, bright space suitable for group or solo exhibitions. Two wee
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Patricia Piccinini: Curious Affection
Touring exhibitions play a pivotal role in connecting the arts community. They provide access to collections and permit collaboration between cultural bodies, ensure access to a broader audience and encourage artistic dialogue with our neighbours. Wh
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Consultants & Valuers
T 0412-360-985. E info@privateviewart.com W www.privateviewart.comPrivate and corporate collection development and advice. Offering assistance with sourcing, framing, conserving, and investing in art, with an extensive range of specialist networks.
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Mel O’Callaghan: Centre of the Centre
Mel O’Callaghan asks us to breathe while she draws us into abyssal depths; pushing the bounds of individual physical and psychological thresholds to provoke transformation, notably altered states of consciousness – vertigos and trances, as well as ec
Art Almanac1 min de lecture
Member Organisations
T (02) 9225-1878. E info@artgallerysociety.org.au W www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/membersCall or visit the website for information about gallery membership; discounts, free exhibition viewings, magazine and over than 400 lectures, workshops and other eve
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Anne Wallace: Strange Ways
Each scene in Anne Wallace’s paintings is charged, expectant, as though something was looming – but always just out of frame. What lies beyond the balcony, down the road, behind the ‘black spot’ caused by foliage and trees, or beneath the furniture?
Art Almanac1 min de lecture
Training
138 Robinson Road, Geebung, QLD 4034. W www.peridesartprojects.com.auSculpture classes in Brisbane with artist Phillip Piperides. Classes to involve sculpting from life, portraiture, hand building ceramics, moulding and workshops into bronze casting.
Art Almanac5 min de lecture
Anita Larkin Come To Me Without A Word
Anita Larkin’s long-held artistic practice visualises very contemporary feelings – prolonged flux and longing. The artist uses domestic objects and recasts their utility and usual form; they are shortened, stretched, puckered, conjoined and placed in
Art Almanac14 min de lecture
Melbourne
Refer to gallery websites and social media platforms, or contact the galleries directly for changes to opening hours. 326 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne 3000. T (03) 9663-2495. W www.stfrancismelbourne.com/artDue to the Coronavirus restrictions, there
Art Almanac2 min de lecture
Art Almanac
We acknowledge and pay our respect to the many Aboriginal nations across this land, traditional custodians, Elders past and present; in particular the Guringai people of the Eora Nation where Art Almanac has been produced. Artists in this issue are
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Drew Pettifer A Sorrowful Act: The Wreck Of The Zeewijk
‘The title comes from the Dutch Australian queer activist Peter de Waal’s translation of the Zeewijk’s journal, which describes the young men as having “committed the sorrowful and Godforsaken act of Sodom and Gomorrah”,’ Drew Pettifer explains about
Art Almanac6 min de lecture
Victoria
Refer to gallery websites and social media platforms, or contact the galleries directly for changes to opening hours. 41 Cook Street, Flinders 3929. T (03) 5989-1022. E info@cookstreetcollective.com.au W www.cookstreetcollective.com.au H Fri-Mon 10
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Editor – Chloe Mandryk cmandryk@art-almanac.com.au Assistant Editor – Alice Dingle adingle@art-almanac.com.au Art Director – Paul Saint National Advertising – Laraine Deer ldeer@art-almanac.com.au Digital Editor – Melissa Pesa mpesa@art-almanac.com.a
Art Almanac4 min de lecture
Long Water: Fibre Stories
In celebrating the collective rather than the individual, fibre art plays a vital role in maintaining and preserving Indigenous material culture. Many contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists draw on ancestral sites and stories for
Art Almanac17 min de lecture
Sydney
Art Gallery Road, Sydney 2000. T (02) 9225-1744, 1800-679-278. W www.artgallery.nsw.gov.auAdmission charges apply to some exhibitions. H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. Art After Hours: Wed to 10pm. To Sept 13 Some Mysterious Process: 50 Years of Collecting Int
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Don’t Let Yourself Go: A Self-Help Guide To Learning From Lockdown
Self-isolation measures, including shutting the gallery’s physical doors, led Cement Fondu to launch a new digital exhibition, dubbed as a self-help guide for restricted living. For ‘Don’t let yourself go’ 13 Australian artists and art collectives we
Art Almanac6 min de lecture
Khaled Sabsabi A Promise
Khaled Sabsabi’s exhibition ‘A Promise’ comprises major works created over the past 20 years. Large-scale and immersive new media installations as well as intimate paintings are on view. The presentation is informed by the notion of ‘Tasawwuf’ a prac
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New South Wales
60 Caves Beach Road, Caves Beach 2281. T 0419-471-660. E info@finitegallery.com W FiniteGallery.com H Fri-Sun 10.00 to 4.00 and public hols. Exhibiting fine art and crafts from the regions finest practitioners. 90 Hunter Street, Newcastle 2300. T (02
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Tarnanthi at AGSA
Each year ‘Tarnanthi’ celebrates Australia’s rich and diverse Indigenous cultures, casting new light on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art practices. In 2020 the festival returns to the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA) spanning 10-days fr
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