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Tiwi
The original inhabitants of Melville and Bathurst Islands (located 80km north of Darwin), the Tiwi people are renowned for their extraordinary artistic and cultural practices, which are distinct from those of First Nations people of mainland Australi
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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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She Persists: Perspectives on Women in Art & Design
‘Can a woman who is an artist ever just be an artist? Can a woman – however virtuosic and talented, however disciplined – ever attain a fundamental freedom from the fact of her own womanhood?’ This question posed by award-winning novelist Rachel Cusk
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Materials
T (03) 9387-9799. E enquiries@artspectrum.com.au W www.artspectrum.com.au We 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, Nort
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The Art of Laziness: Contemporary Art and Post-Work Politics
In the forward accompanying ‘The Art of Laziness: Contemporary Art and Post-Work Politics’, Dr Edward Colless, Head of Critical and Theoretical Studies at the Victorian College of the Art writes, ‘Two principles, despite their apparent paradox, quick
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Services
51 William Street, Darlinghurst 2010. T 0414-946-894. E info@arogallery.com W www.arogallery.com Gallery space in William Street Darlinghurst, Sydney available for short term hire. Light, bright space suitable for group or solo exhibitions. Two week
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Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery 1970-2020
The Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery (MPRG) Collection was first formed in 1970 under the leadership of founding Director Alan McCulloch and succeeded by Gallery Directors Kim Sajet, Elizabeth Gleeson, Andrea May Churcher and Jane Alexander. Mar
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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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Truth Bomb: Inspiration From The Mouths And Minds Of Women Artists
In a year where community and the multifarious and important role of women in the world is in our mind’s eye, 22 Australian and international artists who have caught the attention (and held it) of Abigail Crompton are celebrated in ‘Truth Bomb’ throu
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Member Organisations
T (02) 9225-1878. E info@artgallerysociety.org.au W www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/members Call or visit the website for information about gallery membership; discounts, free exhibition viewings, magazine and over than 400 lectures, workshops and other ev
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Reader Reflections
Hindsight is 20/20. So, we asked artists and people working in the arts how this year has fractured or evolved their approach to creative life and what they would like to see change for the better in the arts. Reflecting on the year that is, bring
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Training
138 Robinson Road, Geebung, QLD 4034. W www.peridesartfoundry.com.au/sculpture-school/Sculpture classes in Brisbane with artist Phillip Piperides. Classes to involve sculpting from life, portraiture, hand building ceramics, moulding and workshops int
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Victoria Reichelt Archive
The artist documents endangered artefacts and transitional spaces, both technological and temporal. Her upcoming survey ‘Archive’ comprises 20 paintings meticulously selected from public and private collections, which convey the outmoded tools we use
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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
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Unfinished Business: The Art of Gordon Bennett
I am – Gordon Bennett, notebook sketch, 25 August 1990 Within this framework of reductionism, Gordon Bennett (1955-2014) explores historical and contemporary questions of shared and individual cultural identity. His emphatic conclusion of selfhood –
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Victoria
41 Cook Street, Flinders 3929. T (03) 5989-1022. E info@cookstreetcollective.com.au W www.cookstreetcollective.com.au H Fri-Mon 10.00 to 4.00, Tues-Thurs by appt. Oct 31 to Nov 22 Blackroom Gallery: Sylvan Shores by Mike Kowalski. Dec 5 to 27 The Lit
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Max Berry Monument
‘Monument’ presents paintings that investigate ‘the border between nature and humankind, putting together an array of imagery and introducing the viewer to a place generative to spiritual and metaphysical themes,’ he says. ‘Simple observations, a sha
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Sydney
Refer to gallery websites and social media platforms, or contact the galleries directly for changes to opening hours. Art Gallery Road, Sydney 2000. T (02) 9225-1744, 1800-679-278. W www.artgallery.nsw.gov.auAdmission charges apply to some exhibiti
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Looking Glass: Judy Watson and Yhonnie Scarce
Fortunately, the exhibition, ‘Looking Glass’ had a try-out of sorts in Birmingham, UK. For that city’s Ikon Gallery director, Jonathan Watkins – Director of the 1998 Biennale of Sydney – wanted to show some of our First Nations art and suggested a co
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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, excluding Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Exhibiting fine art and crafts from the regions finest practitioners.
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One Foot On The Ground, One Foot In The Water
‘One foot on the ground, one foot in the water’ presented by La Trobe Art Institute explores the universal subject of death and our concern with loss of life. The artworks by 10 leading artists and collectives – including Nell, Richard Lewer, Catheri
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Australian Capital Territory
1 Rosevear Place, Dickson 2602. T (02) 6247-8736. E gallery@anca.net.au W www.anca.net.au H Wed-Sun 12.00 to 5.00. Closed public holidays. Nov 4 to 15 The ladder is now a… by Bryan Foong. Nov 18 to 29 The tree sees double by Esther Carlin. Cnr Londo
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What’s On Near Me
STATION Until 14 November, 2020 Melbourne ‘The title of the exhibition empowers the ongoing commentary I have through my work about royalty, rights, Original Aboriginal and acknowledgment of true Australian history,’ explains Reko Rennie. Rennie ref
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Tasmania
Level 1, 65 Murray Street, Hobart 7000. T (03) 6231-6511. E info@bettgallery.com.au W www.bettgallery.com.au Directors: Carol Bett, Emma Bett and Jack Bett. H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.30, Sat 10.00 to 4.00. To Nov 14 Out of Darkness by Philip Wolfhagen, an
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Art & Industry
For almost 50 years Art Almanac has served and been shaped by people who engage with art every day. Our practice supports the sustainability of our arts community in all its forms. We have experience as artists, in critical writing, working in galler
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South Australia
Lion Arts Centre, North Terrace (West End), Kaurna Yarta 5000. T (08) 8211-7505. E admin@aceopen.art W www.aceopen.artFree admission. H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 4.00. South Australia’s leading organisation for contemporary visual art and artists. To Dec 12
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DESIGN Canberra
From 9 to 29 November, Canberra will be celebrated as a hub for design through a curated program of events, exhibitions, talks, tours, activations, collaborations, and artists’ studios from a number of leading local makers. Craft ACT CEO and Artistic
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Artist Opportunities
Our congratulations go to Stephen King, Andrew Townsend and Jina Lee, the recipients of the 2020 Helen Lempriere Scholarships – awarding $30,000 to three artists at varying career stages, to foster and promote contemporary Australian sculpture. Gifte
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Western Australia
South Fremantle, 6162. T (08) 9336-7787, 0418-900-954. E info@artitja.com.au W www.artitja.com.au Directors Anna Kanaris and Arthur Clarke(member of ACGA). Established in 2004 by Directors Anna Kanaris and Arthur Clarke, Artitja Fine Art Gallery invi
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Know My Name
The program celebrates the significant contributions of Australian female artists to our cultural life, as well as the NGA’s new guiding principles to ensure gender equality in their future programing, collection development and organisational struct
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