BORDERLANDS invites 12 local artists to respond to the idea of borders and to examine what arises when considering living and working near the border of QLD & NSW. In this exhibition we contemplate the nature of borders, and how and why they exist (if they do exist) in our own minds. The artists are invited and given time to show existing or new work in response. Each artist has been chosen for their unique medium presentation that crosses over traditional modes with new media and cross-disciplinary art forms.
This is a group exhibition of local contemporary artists working within a 50 kilometre radius of the QLD and NSW state border.
Exhibiting artists include;
Ellie Beck, Chris Bennie, Aaron Chapman, Byron Coathup,
Hannah Cutts, Geoff Davidson, Ree Hegh, Amelia Reid,
Rebecca Ross, Mitchell Schultz, Christine Willcocks, Tim Wilson
Curated by Amelia Reid and Byron Coathup
*Opening Night: Friday 7th June, 5–7PM
*The Exhibition runs through until Saturday 29th JuneThe Exhibition runs through until Saturday 29th June
Featuring over five-hundred artworks by emerging and established local and interstate artists, the Fifty Squared Art Prize exhibition presents a survey of the Australian contemporary art scene.
Whether looking for an exciting artwork to add to your collection, to gift to a loved one, or simply to appreciate the breadth of creative practice happening across Australia, this exhibition is not to be missed!
All displayed artworks measure 50x50cm or smaller.
Official event/Prize announcements: Friday 11 January, 6 – 9pm.
Exhibition current: 3 – 24 January 2019.
Location: Level 1 + 2, 322 Brunswick St, Fitzroy, Victoria.
This exhibition and the associated event are open to the public. All welcome.
This exhibition prize show is an initiative of Brunswick Street Gallery.
The 2018 ILFORD CCP Salon provides an invaluable opportunity for both emerging and established photographers to exhibit their work in a high-profile context. In past years, digital, analogue, video, 3D works and self-published photobooks have filled the walls of the Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP) and this year we are excited to once again present a diverse snapshot of contemporary Australian photomedia practice.
Opening night 30th November at Hillvale Gallery, 7pm-9pm.
Keep The Fire Burning is a projection based exhibition at Hillvale Gallery.
We had an overwhelming response with 605 entries, making the selection all the more difficult. We truly appreciate the support over these past 5 years — it’s what makes Hillvale special to us. It was great to see so many entries from across the globe, paired with kind words of appreciation and celebration.
Opening this Saturday, 1st of September, 5-8 pm, The Walls Art Space, Miami.
Artist talk and book launch 5-6 pm.
Local photographer and writer Aaron Chapman responds to watercolourist, Edwin Bode’s artworks in the HOTA (Home of the Arts) Gallery Collection by exploring the identity and landscapes of settlements west of the Pacific Highway, and the notion of there being more to the Gold Coast than just its famous coastline.
The Rest Is West is a joint project with HOTA Gallery.
Exhibition continues to 15 September.
The Walls https://thewalls.org.au/
Super Souvenir is a hybrid space — a portable contemporary gallery and micro museum on wheels, residing in a repurposed 1978 Viscount Royale Caravan . As a specially commissioned project for Edge Fringe 2018, Super Souvenir will present a special display on how Gold Coast architecture has been presented on souvenirs and show how the stylish built form became so much a part of Gold Coast allure. Alongside the t-towels and trays are new works by 6 contemporary artists whose responses to the architectural form of the city seek to provoke thinking on a new generation of souvenirs and interrogate the need for the design of future memories. @annacareyhere @aaronmchapman @danielwilsonstudio @yingang @ashleyjnixon @johngollings.
This event is part of the Australian Institute of Architects National Conference @institute_architects_aus Curated by Virginia Rigney @virginia_rigney & Byron Coathup @byron_c
Free entry. Located in Victoria Park, Broadbeach. Open to the public daily from 12:00pm, June 7 – 9.
Come down to The Walls Saturday the 5th of May where I'll be sharing some words and images that considers the post-Commonwealth Games landscape.
One night only. My slideshow LANDSCAPE / LANDSCOPE will be followed by a meditation and mindfulness session, a Power Party curated by Adrienne Kenafake and Tessa Bergan, as well as a special Queensland Film Festival screening.
The Gold Coast has a glorious tradition of the tacky souvenir. The Super Souvenir project takes a fresh look at these little talismans of memory, that generations of visitors took home with them after their holiday in the sun.
As the city evolves, Super Souvenir asks, what are the new kinds of souvenirs that speak about this place. Local artists have been invited to make objects, images and sound that generate conversations about the new Gold Coast and how it relates to its’ souvenir heritage past.
Look for the Super Souvenir caravan as it goes on the road around the Coast. Experience historical and contemporary displays of classic souvenirs and meet artists, collectors and community members at Panel Conversations and Souvenir Stories sessions.
You’re also invited to BYO GC souvenir and record what your souvenir means to you in the live podcast room. Drop in for some hands-on workshops for the whole family or pop in for the afternoon chills out sessions with the Teenage Retreat program led by young artists, musicians and designers.
Tune in online, at www.supersouvenir.net and @super.souvenir on Instagram where you will find updates and conversations with podcasts, interviews and the latest developments of life on the road with this roving exhibition space.
Creative Director/Artist: Byron Coathup
Guest Curator & Programming: Virginia Rigney
Artist/Musician: Jay Jermyn
Photographer: Aaron Chapman
Artist: Leonie Rhodes
Artist: Rebecca Ross
Art/Design: Ashley Nixon
Multimedia: Jason Haggerty