|Show Name||Venue and Dates|
|Dale Harding: Through a lens of visitation||Monash University Museum of Art|
A descendant of the Bidjara, Ghungalu and Garingbal peoples of central Queensland, Dale Harding’s multilayered practice is poetic and political in its materiality and process, and has a strong focus on community, family and place. His works give visual expression to the complex and often painful histories of discrimination enacted against Aboriginal communities, while paying particular homage to matrilineal female figures in his family—engaging and bringing forth their stories.
Through a lens of visitation explores the artist’s relationship to his mother’s Country, Carnarvon Gorge, and includes a selection of existing works and a major textile commission with Kate Harding. The exhibition is accompanied by a publication of writings by women scholars that reflect on the history of the Gorge and speculate on its resonances within Australian modernism. In an effort to progress a discourse of Indigenous modernisms, Harding practices a productive mode of existence: one that observes the synergies of previously parallel histories.
Dates Open: 28-Apr-2021 Until 26-Jun-2021
|Ocean Bright, Ocean Calm||Briagolong Art Gallery|
Beautiful paintings inspired by the many moods of the ocean. From wild and powerful seas to calm turquoise waters the artist has captured it all.
Dates Open: 08-May-2021 Until 06-Jun-2021
Clare Art Show 2021
|Clare Town Hall|
Location: Clare Town Hall
Dates Open: 14-May-2021 Until 20-May-2021
Moonee Valley Art Show 2021
|The Historic St Columbans Mission|
Funds raised by the Moonee Valley Art Show are totally used for a variety of Community Projects. In giving Amateur and Professional Artists the opportunity to present their work in this important event, funds generated are utilised for the benefit of the community.
Location: The Historic St Columbans Mission
Dates Open: 14-May-2021 Until 16-May-2021
|The Currents Beneath Our Skin||Marfa Gallery|
The world appears to us neatly divided by innumerable surfaces. Our minds & fingers unwittingly trace these boundaries, birthing the concrete distinctions between self & other, human & nature, flesh & air. But what lies beneath these surfaces, beneath the skin of the familiar?
In ‘The Currents Beneath Our Skin’, artworks by Vadim Ragozin and Madeleine Rzesniowiecki invite us to contemplate these ‘concrete’ existential boundaries. Just as peeling away the dermal surface reveals an ever-flowing process of biological motion, visitors are asked to question what other hidden currents underlie the many surfaces which separate us.
Dates Open: 27-May-2021 Until 01-Jun-2021
|Hills Grammar on Show||Hills Grammar School|
Its our first Art fundraiser for the school organised by the Parents.
Dates Open: 24-Jul-2021 Until 02-Aug-2021
|Rotary Daylesford Art Show||Daylesford Town Hall|
The 2021 Rotary Daylesford Art Show and Sale will held at the Daylesford Town Hall over the Melbourne Cup long weekend - Friday 29 October to Tuesday 2 November. The Art Show highlights the work of the many talented artists from throughout our region. A percentage of the sale price of each painting sold supports Rotary projects in our community.
Dates Open: 29-Oct-2021 Until 02-Nov-2021
West Torrens Art Prize 2021
|The West Torrens Auditorium Gallery |
Paintings, photographs, mixed media and digital artworks exploring this theme are sought in 2019 for the West Torrens Art Prize.
The aim of the West Torrens Art Prize is to encourage South Australian residents aged 16 years and over to create an artwork that is reflective of 'Migration: Arrivals and Departures', with West Torrens being the home of modern day arrivals and departures via the Adelaide Airport.
Location: The West Torrens Auditorium Gallery
Dates Open: 13-Nov-2021 Until 20-Nov-2021