~*~ UPDATE ~*~
Due to the Corona Virus, The Prime Minister has declared all galleries to be closed, effectively stopping all exhibitions and closing the doors on Art Galleries for the time being. This means that all Exhibitions listed on this page are closed until further notice.
Wander along and enjoy this exhibition taking you back in time to explore drawings and markings of figures, signs and more from across Indigenous Australia, from the rock faces, to now. Drawing is something deeply embedded in many Indigenous cultures around the world and is fundamental to the human experience.
Celebrating 50 years of the breakthrough in hard-edge painting with this exhibition featuring works by Adelaide’s father-and-son artists David and John Dallwitz. Picking it up from Sydney, where David held his milestone solo exhibition back in 1969, when at the time both artists were exploring dynamic colour and geometric relationships, often with a hint of whimsy.
This exhibition is the SA Gallery’s first major display of Islamic art, taking on a geographical spread from Morocco to Australia. Within the exhibition you’ll find works from the ninth century to the current contemporary art era. There are even some of the very earliest of Islamic art works to enter the collection.
If you enjoy contemporary art, then you’ll enjoy this exhibition. Celebrating a 30-year milestone, this is the nation’s longest running curated survey in contemporary art. The Adelaide Biennial has been a huge opportunity for more than 350 artists and it has also drawn in close to one million visitors. The exhibition itself invites artists to make visible the monsters of our time.
Curator Leigh Robb says ‘Monsters ask us to interrogate our relationships with each other, the environment and technology. They force us to question our empathy towards difference across race, gender, sexuality and spirituality’.
One of Australia’s most distinguished artists, Brook Andrew, is the director of NIRIN, a word of Brook’s Mother’s Nation, the Wiradjuri people of western New South Wales, meaning ‘edge’.
Bringing together artists, makers, scientists and many other talented people from around the world. Delivering artworks, insights, ideas and projects that challenge and share Indigenous knowledge.
This lovely exhibition highlights our shared understandings of the night sky through Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists.
Through a transhistorical approach, Under the Stars brings to you stargazing and mapping through both indigenous and non-indigenous artists. See through attempts to understand the night sky, our shared commonalities and connections, along with our place in relation to it.
Come and take a look at the Maldon Combined Quilters Show, being held in conjunction with the Maldon Easter Fair, you won’t want to miss it. Come and admire creative quilts from patchworkers, quilts on display include traditional, contemporary and reproduction designs. Join in on the quilt raffle, trade tables and why not purchase a quilt for sale.
Come along and see some stunning quilts from a range of artists at this years Sydney Quilt Show. Held in conjunction with the Craft and Quilt Fair, it is sure to be quite the event, so come along and make a day of it.
For more information on this exhibition, please visit their website here.
Brilliant event for quilt and art enthusiasts alike, situated in the Exhibition Building, under the colourful dome in the Carlton Gardens, it is sure to be spectacular again this year. Featuring an unparalleled collection of exceptional quilts not only from Australia but the best from convention tutors, international exhibitions and competitions.
If you would like to know more about this exhibition, please view their website here.