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troublemag | February 23, 2019

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Listing State VIC

The Johnston Collection

East Melbourne

Guided tours weekdays at 10.00 am, 12 noon, 2.00 pm. After Hours tours on the second Saturday of each month at 10.00 am and 12 noon and on the third Thursday evening of each month at 6.00 pm. Bookings


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Wangaratta Art Gallery

56 Ovens Street, Wangaratta 3677

9 February – 31 March 2019

The Linen Project is a major exhibition that pays homage to past lives and past labour. featuring unique textile assemblages created by Louise Saxton from discarded and disinherited domestic linens. collected over several decades. This new body of work celebrates and reflects upon the importance of everyday linens in caring for family and community.

The Linen Project has been generously supported by the St Vincent’s Hospital Artist in Residence Program located at Caritas Christi Hospice, Kew.


Gallery 2 – GREEN ASYLUM: Charlotte Haywood
23 February – 31 March

In Green Asylum artist Charlotte Haywood explores multi-modalities of landscape, culture and language and their meaning within Australia now. Materiality and tactility are key in these large scale tapestry weavings which embody cultural practices, rites, and rituals that are symbolic of various forms of living.

Charlotte Haywood is an interdisciplinary artist that explores themes and practices from pop to the primordial, experimenting between the tactile and the digital. A respected contemporary textile artist this significant textile work sets the scene as we lead into the WCTA season for 2019.

Open Tues – Sun 10am – 4pm. Closed Mon.
Closed Public Holidays & for installation.