Monday, 19 July 2021
Sunday, 18 July 2021
The Peebles Print Prize 2021 will be announced at 11 am on Saturday 28 August.
PPP21 judges David Hurlston, Senior Curator, Australian Art NGV and Lisa Sullivan Senior Curator Geelong Gallery were pleased to select 31 finalists for the 2021 exhibition.
Selected artists include Susan Baran, Terence Barrett, Victoria Bilogan, Hannah Caprice, Lana de Jager, David Fairbairn, Sarah George, Bridget Hillebrand, Julie Mia Holmes, Lizzie Horne, Bron Ives, George Kennedy, Michele Kershaw, Helen Kocis Edwards, Damon Kowarsky, Steve Lopes, Marion Manifold, Stuart Meyer-Plath, Cat Poljski, Paula Quintela, Geoffrey Ricardo, Therese Shanley, Melissa Smith, Ruth Stanton, Elmari Steyn, Kati Thamo, Andrew Totman, Hilary Warren, Cleo Wilkinson, Deborah Williams, and Aliki Yiorkas.
Exhibition continues at Queenscliff Gallery until 27 September.
81 Hesse St Queenscliff
Gallery hours Wednesday to Monday 10 am to 4 pm
Friday, 16 July 2021
Wednesday, 7 July 2021
Monday, 5 July 2021
The Overwintering Project is about the migratory shorebirds that spend the greatest part of their year on the shores of Australia and New Zealand. Migratory shorebirds are the fastest declining group of birds in Australia, and this project is designed to make them and their habitats visible, in the hope of helping save them from extinction.
Artists from Australia and New Zealand were asked to respond to the unique nature of their local migratory shorebird habitat. Australia and New Zealand have over 100 internationally important shorebird overwintering sites. These sites are not interchangeable: each possesses a unique combination of physical and biological features that make it the perfect sanctuary for migratory shorebirds to return to, year after year.
To date over 300 artists have joined the Overwintering Project. Anyone can join. To find out how, and for details of including upcoming and past exhibitions, visit www.theoverwinteringproject.com
Exhibition continues 5 to 17 July from Tuesday to Saturday.
Kingborough Community Hub
15 Channel Highway
Kingston, Tasmania, 7050
Thursday, 1 July 2021
No Vacancy Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of printmaking.
RESIST/RELIEF takes the technical language of making, conceptualising this process to create a duality between these two forms.
The RESIST technique exposes and endures, withstanding corrosive agents to continually occupy space.
RELIEF techniques carve out a space that offers clarity and calm.
Artists responded to these themes through works that reflected acts of resistance; be they highly visible social issues crying for action, or smaller acts of everyday resistance that would otherwise go unseen.
Artists include Anna Russell, Cat Lawrance, Cecilia Jacobs, Clara Chan, Damon Kowarsky, Eleanor Franks, Elizabeth Banfield, Georgia Steele, Henry Leslie-O'Neill, Hyun Ju Kim, Jack Parnaby, Janet Hughes, Jennifer Lea, Jessie Balletta, Jennifer Tarry-Smith, Joanna Kambourian, Jessica Choi, Juan Rodriguez Sandoval, Kyriaki Teo, Maddie Crockett, Mali Taylor, Mia Sabec, Melanie Cobham, Olympia Sarris, Rubee Hay, Ruth Stanton, Sam Reiher, Zoë Tripovich, and Paul Bishop.
Opening Night Thursday 8 July
Exhibition continues 5 to 18 July
34-40 Jane Bell Lane
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