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troublemag | April 21, 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

6 April – 26 May | Gallery1
MOUNTAINS TO THE PLAINS: Observations by Ernest Marcuse and works from Wangaratta Art Gallery Collection

An exhibition depicting our region from its monolithic mountains to its valleys and flood plains. This exhibition encompasses rarely seen works from the Wangaratta Art Gallery and Rural City of Wangaratta collections alongside a suite of drawings, and watercolours by the late German-Australian artist Ernest Marcuse.

6 April – 19 May | Gallery2

In this exhibition, Mohsen Meysami places the question of “indifference” at the centre of his art practice. Drawing his viewers’ attention to the destructive impacts of war, he calls on them to re-think and engage, directly and critically. For this, he draws on the philosophical and psychological theories that examine the causes of indifference.

28 March – 21 May | WPAC Foyer Gallery
ELEMENTAL: Dianne Mangan
pots + painting + other

In this small selection of artworks presented in the WPAC foyer her unique sensibility and approach can be seen in works created using a range of media including: clay, painting, drawing and printmaking. The works are an expression of her response to various stimuli including landscape, abstracted elements, artificial, natural forms and surfaces.

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