Hey Gurl - group exhibition
Curated by Kimberley Peel, Hey Gurl is a group exhibition of female artists' exploring female identity and gender politics. A zine will also be produced in conjunction with the exhibition.
Exhibition opens 20 - 31 July 2017
281 Clarence Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Zu design's 2017 SALA Festival show D’angle it opens on the 4th of August from 6pm to 8pm. A huge group exhibition of South Australian jewellers as part of the South Australian Living Artists Festival.
4-31 August 2017
103 Gays Arcade
Contemporary Wearables Award 2017
Pleased to be selected as a finalist for the Contemporary Wearables Award & Exhibition 2017. Graeme Bannerman & I worked collaboratively on a series of ceramic neckpieces entitled Brancusis' Balls. Good luck to all of the finalists.
Exhibition open16 September to 5 November 2017
Toowoomba Regional Gallery
531 Ruthven Street
Toowoomba City QLD 4350
Curatorial Project: Aesthetic Uncertainties
Independent curator Zara Collins presents new work from four Australian painters in the exhibition Aesthetic Uncertainties at Stanley Street Gallery in November. Taking landscape as a common point of departure each artist uses the medium of paint to express something innately personal: an experience, a journey, a memory, a dream.
Artists Madeleine Cruise, David Collins, Ondine Seabrook and Zuza Zochowski invite the viewer to look through their subjective observations to comprehend their experiences of ‘place’ and to see something subtle, precious and ephemeral in the context of a busy contemporary world.
Opens 1 November to 25 November 2017
Stanley Street Gallery
Thank you to David Collins for the use of his image.