Events for
20 November 2017    -    27 November 2017

    John Austin: Survey II 1994-2017

    Location Lower Gallery
    Exhibition Opening Friday 15 September, 6pm John Austin is a renowned photographer who calls Western Australia home, and is currently based in the South West.  Known for working exclusively with fine silver-gelatine black and white prints, normally from large format cameras, his oeuvre covers a broad range of subject matter.  Survey ...
    Exhibition opening Friday 27 October, 6pm.   Fundamentally Unstable is an ongoing project by Perth based artist Beverley Iles which has been developed in response to the exploration of contaminated sites, particularly three sites where soil has been contaminated through industrial processes. Two of these are downstream from the Midland Railway Workshops ...

    Cover Story

    Location Ron Middleton Gallery
    Exhibition opening Friday 3 November, 6pm.  Yvonne Dorricott - Lianne Jay - Sue Dennis - Anne-Marie Lapinski - Liz Royce - Janette Trainer - Carol Farmer - Helen Hulme-Gerrard - Cynthia Dix ‘Narrative’ may not start or finish, it reveals the passage of time and circumstance; peeling away the layers to stimulate ...

    Art Angel Editions

    Location Fourth Gallery
    Exhibition opening Friday 24 November 6pm. Art Angel Editions celebrates 15 years of the Turner Galleries Art Angels sponsored residencies in Perth, and showcases the entire suite of artworks that have been created by the artists who have participated in the program since 2002. Over the years the Art Angels have supported ...
    To be opened by Sue Starcken, ECU Collection Curator, Friday 17 November, 6pm. Alana Clare - Bateen - Rhonda Moore - Sam Beard - Korrine Bennell The +Five exhibition gives an insight into the journey of five developing artists crossing the threshold from university into the regional art scene. Studying enables the ...

    Syndicate III (The Council)

    Location Chapel Gallery
    Exhibition opening Friday 24 November, 6pm The Council is a new body of work by Western Australian artist Stuart Elliott, underpinned by his philosophical approach of *fakeology,  - bogus archaeology.  For these imposing sculptural  works, the back line of a set of life size chess pieces has been the departure point.  Although ...



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