• FLINDERS QUARTER IS BROUGHT TO LIFE WITH AUGMENTED ART

    The Flinders Quarter Augmented Art Walk features works by celebrated Australian artists including Vexta, The Huxleys, Adele Varcoe, Alex Mitchell, Chelsea Gustafsson, Jacob Leary and Sutu (Stu Campbell). Each of the featured artworks will come to life through digital animation via the Eyejack app and across multiple locations. See more on the initiative here.

     

  • Jacob Leary revealed as one of the ten artists selected for Hobart Current: Liberty 2020

    Hobart Current is an innovative long-term partnership between the City of Hobart and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, which replaces the 27-year-old City of Hobart Art Prize. It is a major biennial program that will nurture and showcase contemporary artists working across different media. You can learn more about Hobart Current and hear Jacob talk about his practice via the following the youtube link.
  • Annika Romeyn at the Teixeira Lopes Museum, Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal

    Annika Romeyn's monotype ‘Slippage’ (2018, 152cm x 168cm) is currently on display in the Teixeira Lopes Museum, Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal for the ‘Global Print 4’ exhibition. The exhibition continues until 30 Sept and spans 10 venues throughout the Douro Valley region.

  • Kim Anderson at Manifest Research Gallery and Drawing Center

    Kim Anderson's beautiful artwork "Denial" is to be included in the 14th International Drawing Annual (INDA14) published by Manifest Research Gallery and Drawing Center, Ohio, USA.

  • Margaret Ackland is announced as a finalist in the Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award 2019

    Congratulations to Margaret Ackland who has also been selected as a finalist in the Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award 2019. Ackland's work (detail above) can be viewed along side all of the other finalist works at Hazelhurst Art Centre in NSW between the 21st of September and the 17th of November 2019.

     

  • Amber-Rose Hulme a finalist in the Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award 2019

    Since 2001 The Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award has been a significant national biennial exhibition that aims to elevate the status of works on paper while supporting and promoting artists working with this medium. With prize money totalling $26,000, the Award showcases outstanding art created with, on or about paper. Artists compete for the $15,000 major award; the Young & Early Career Artist and the Friends of  Hazelhurst Local Artist Awards ($5,000 each); and the People’s Choice Award ($1,000), plus the Hazelhurst Preparator’s choice Residency Award.

     

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