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Summation of Force

July 4, 2017 |

Trent Parke & Narelle Autio

in Association with Closer Productions and the Adelaide Film Festival

              Directors Trent Parke & Narelle Autio in association with Matthew Bate | Editor Raynor Pettge | Composer Jason … Read More

Two Singles to Gifu

July 4, 2017 |

JAPAN ART & CULTURE by Creative Cowboy  

The flight into Tokyo’s Narita Airport arrives as the sun is setting, we fly in low over the Japanese coast, small islands off to our left, each with an attendant fluffy cloud … Read More

Barry Dickens : Last Words

July 4, 2017 |

SOCIAL WORK : A Masterclass  

Introduction Dr Mark Halloran

Barry Dickens was born in 1949 into a working class family in Reservoir, Melbourne. After leaving school at the age of 16 he worked in factories in North Melbourne for … Read More

Creatures Great & Small

July 3, 2017 |

Animal Kingdom

Inga Walton  

As part of the annual the ‘House of Ideas’ series at The Johnston Collection, Animal Kingdom (until 19 September, 2017), positions the work of seven contemporary artists alongside those pieces of a similar theme drawn … Read More

John Wolseley : Studio Visit

June 3, 2017 |

  Thanks to Castlemaine Press we experience a delightful visit with John Wolseley in his studio as he talks about carving printing plates from 2,000+ year old wooden slabs.

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CyberRunner

June 3, 2017 |

Josh Van Zuylen  

CyberRunner, a project inspired by the incredible works of Mike Pondsmith, Syd Mead and David Snyder. The ultimate goal, says Josh Van Zuylen was to stand alongside these high-profile legends, who helped to create and develop … Read More

Fitzroyalty

June 2, 2017 |

Brunswick Street : Art & Revolution   INTRODUCTION

Steve Proposch

During the 1950s and 60s the Australian working class became the aspirational middle class and moved in great number to the suburbs. These were mainly prewar babies who, now in … Read More

ACE Open: 24 Frames Per Second

May 7, 2017 |

          ABOVE: Francois Chaignaud, Solitude, 24 Frames Per Second, Carriageworks, 2015. BELOW: Hyde & Restless, To Look Away, 24 Frames Per Second, Carriageworks, 2015. Photo © Ben Searcy.       ACE Open: 24 Frames … Read More

Seeing Nature: Sarah Ormonde & John Wolseley

May 7, 2017 |

Dry sand, wet mud, moving earth Falkner Gallery, Castlemaine (ends 21 May 2017)

by Dr Mark Dober

In the gallery notes to this collaborative exhibition of prints, drawings and ceramics, Bendigo-based artists Sarah Ormonde and John Wolseley state: “In this … Read More

Is Landscape Painting History?

May 1, 2017 |

by Alexandra Sassé  

Seeing the world as more than a backdrop or stage-set for unfolding narratives is the basic premise of landscape painting. It requires sensation rather than symbol to be the dominant motive. This is at odds with … Read More