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troublemag | May 30, 2017

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Listing State VIC

Wangaratta Art Gallery

56 Ovens Street, Wangaratta 3677

Christine Johnson
Voyages Botanical
until 16 April 2017

Voyages Botanical is artist Christine Johnson’s tribute to the untamed treasures of Australia’s vast native flower garden. It is indeed a voyage: through rare and wonderful landscapes, but also through our botanical heritage and history. Voyages Botanical was inspired by Johnson’s time as a Creative Fellow at the State Library of Victoria.

Art Mania
until 2 April 2017
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Art Mania is a collective of artists that occupy the studio space at Mind Wangaratta, using art as therapy and self-expression. Facilitated by local artist Shea O’Keefe, Art Mania participants are encouraged and guided through various techniques tailored to the individuals’ artistic preferences. The works range from sculpture, oil paintings, contemporary mixed media, water colour and pen and ink drawings to name a few.

King Valley Art Show Grand Winners
Until 30 May 2017
WPAC Foyer (lower and upper)

An exhibition celebrating 20 years of the King Valley Art Show. Growing in stature for two decades, the King Valley Art Show now stands as a popular event that embraces diverse styles and attracts significant sponsorship.

Anderson Hunt
8 April – 14 May 2017
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An exhibition and installation of recent sculpture, video and engravings exploring habitat and inter-connection. Understory investigates the ever changing habitat of the Eucalyptus trees and the rise and fall of our local rivers.

Wominjeka: A New Beginning
30 Years of the Koorie Heritage Trust
A NETS Victoria and Koorie Heritage Trust Touring Exhibition
22 April – 28 May 2017
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An exhibition tracing cultural continuities and exploring new modes of creative practice in south eastern Aboriginal art and cultures.

Featuring a diverse array of materials and techniques including painting, animal skin cloaks and textiles, bark and feather flowers, clay shields and digital prints this landmark exhibition brings together specially commissioned work by five artists; Georgia MacGuire, Aunty Marlene Gilson, Mitch Mahoney, Josh Muir and Raymond Young. As part of this project each participating artist has been mentored by a senior artist including Maree Clark, Lee Darroch, Ray Thomas and Peter Waples-Crowe. 

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