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Wangaratta Art Gallery56 Ovens Street, Wangaratta 3677
17 August – 27 October
THE GIFT – Judy Cassab
Since 2017, Wangaratta Art Gallery has been bestowed a number of generous donations of works by Judy Cassab from the Cassab Family private estate. As a result, Wangaratta Art Gallery has within its holdings a significant number of works by this Australian female artist consisting of portraits, interiors and landscapes. The exhibition showcases these significant donations, assisted by the Australian Government Cultural Gift Program, which celebrates Cassab’s important contribution to Australian Art. Cassab was the first woman to win the Archibald Portrait Prize twice and painted many high profile portraits in her lifetime.
31 August – 22 September | Gallery 2
THE ART OF PERFORMANCE
Performance Art by Melanie Irwin & Kay Abude
To celebrate the Wangaratta Performing Arts and Convention Centre’s tenth birthday anniversary, Wangaratta Art Gallery presents two performance based artists during the month of September. Video works will be screened, with feature performances by each artist scheduled throughout the exhibition duration. Both feature artists present to the Wangaratta community unique approaches to the practice and delivery of performance art.
Saturday 14 September
12noon – 3pm
ABDOMINAL ENVELOPE – Melanie Irwin
Abdominal Envelope continues Irwin’s investigations into the geometric dimensions of human movement and habitation and the metaphorical potential of the membrane.
Irwin creates large patchwork textile ‘bubbles’ that are inhabited by performers. These bubbles wander around gallery spaces, expanding, transforming and imploding, during performances that last for a number of hours.
FREE EVENT – RSVP Thursday 12 September
Saturday 21 September
1pm – 4pm
PERFORMING TEXTILES – Kay Abude
Performing Textiles is a three-hour performance workshop engaging in ideas of work and labour developed and facilitated by Melbourne-based artist Kay Abude. Participants will take part in a hands on process-based workshop in Gallery2 responding to historical research from the 1900’s that Abude has collected on Wangaratta as the ‘Town of Textiles’, including stories from Bruck Textiles and the Wangaratta Woollen Mills.
For workshop participation: Limited places, RSVP Friday 13 September
WPACC Foyer Gallery
11 August – 24 September
WPACC In the Making: A Celebration of 10 years
To help celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Wangaratta Performing Arts and Convention Centre, this exhibition explores the journey of the award winning building from conception to reality. Including concept drawings from Harmer Architects, the exhibition reflects on different stages of the process, complemented with archived images from the construction phase from the Rural City of Wangaratta.
Open Tues – Sun 10am – 4pm. Closed Mon. Closed Public Holidays & for installation.
Western Sydney UniversityWestern Sydney University, Parramatta Campus, Corner of James Ruse Drive and Victoria Road, Rydalmere, NSW 2216
Australia – China Institute for Arts and Culture Gallery (Parramatta Campus)
18 July – 4 October 2019
Chasing the Mountain Light
An exhibition featuring photographs by Yan Zhang.
14 October 2019 – 7 February 2020
Essence, Energy, Spirit
An exhibition featuring the works of Guan Wei.
Gallery open Monday – Thursday 10 am – 3pm.
Parking $9 per day
Ground floor, EA Building, Room EA.G.13, Parramatta Campus
Corner of James Ruse Drive and Victoria Road, Rydalmere 2216
T: (02) 9685 9943
Margaret Whitlam Galleries, Female Orphan School (Parramatta Campus)
9 August – 23 October 2019
Balnhdhurr – A lasting Impression
An exhibition celebrating the Yirrkala Print Space presented by Artback NT in association with Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre, exhibited by Whitlam Institute within Western Sydney University.
Gallery open, Wednesday – Friday, 10 am – 4 pm and the first Saturday of each month.
Parking $9 per day
First Level, West Wing, EZ Building, Parramatta Campus
Corner of James Ruse Drive and Victoria Road, Rydalmere 2116.
T: (02) 9685 9210
Margot Hardy Gallery (Bankstown Campus)
13 August – 18 October 2019
Our Journey through Japan
An exhibition featuring artworks by students from Greenway Park Primary School.
22 October – 21 November 2019
An exhibition featuring artworks by students from Bossley Park High School.
Gallery open Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5pm.
Parking: $7 per day
Foyer, Building 23, Bankstown Campus, Bullecourt Avenue, Milperra 2214.
T (02) 4620-3450