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Art Almanac February 2017 $6

Huseyin Sami Denise Green Mark Whalen

Art Almanac February 2017

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Exchange between disciplines, contradiction in material and allowing the private to become public underpin the artist’s ability to refocus our experience. In their own way (and time) each practice in this issue encounters a traditional medium as well as subject in an unconventional way. Glass is outside the studio context at Belconnen Arts Centre, the familiar face of abstraction is re-worked for Sydney’s Artspace, Mandy Martin, Denise Green and the Blue Mountains exhibition ‘Landmarks’ go off-road exploring their environments.

Contact Editor – Chloe Mandryk Deputy Editor – Kirsty Mulholland Art Director – Paul Saint National Advertising – Laraine Deer Digital Editor – Melissa Pesa Editorial Assistant – Penny McCulloch Accounts – Penny McCulloch

Cover Huseyin Sami, Untitled (PWGB), 2016, acrylic on canvas, 153 x 122cm Courtesy the artist and Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney

T 02 9901 6398 F 02 9901 6116 Locked Bag 5555, St Leonards NSW 1590


Perth International Arts Festival The City of Perth’s cultural venues, surrounding regions, streetscapes and parks are hosting a program of visual arts events including performance, conversation, music, theatre, film, and the writers festival with over 700 artists from Western Australia and abroad. PIAF opens with, ‘Boorna Waanginy: The Trees Speak’, transformimg Kings Park into a radiant cathedral of light, sound and imagery from 10 to 12 February, 8-10.30pm. At Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, 11 February to 15 April, ‘Helen Britton: Interstices’ is a 25-year survey of works inspired by Western Australia’s coastline, while Amy Sharrocks, PIAF’s artist in residence works on her ‘Museum of Water’ project inviting visitors to share their connection to water through samples of their own, joining the Western

Australian Museum’s collection of bottles capturing the story of the region’s connection to water. PIAF presents over 180 events from 10 February to 5 March. Amy Sharrocks, Perth International Arts Festival Artist in Residence

Brisbane Street Art Festival Live large-scale mural art, music, light shows, projection mapping, exhibitions, parties and public forums will be open across 20 locations with over 100 national and international artists from 11 February to 3 March. Artists include Sofles, Scott Marsh and Drapl, performers Zoe Porter and Luke Jaaniste among others. Brisbane Powerhouse is showcasing 15 women artists with their new exhibition ‘One/Two Degree’, and ‘Where it began’ a collection of photographs documenting the Brisbane graffiti culture from 1984-1994. A program of masterclasses and workshops is also on offer for a chance to get hands-on with the artists. Scott Marsh, artist & the vandal (detail) Courtesy the artist


Graeme Drendel Gavin Fry

Australian Galleries Publishing

Gavin Fry presents a generously detailed monograph of Australian figurative painter Graeme Drendel. The large, hardcover book assembles colourful images on stark white pages revealing a comprehensive collection of works that showcase Drendel’s distinct painting style over three decades of his career. Figures on vast landscapes, under moody skies, relay stories of the intricacy of the human condition from the solitude of a single character to obscure scenes and social gatherings.

Minefield Lucy Bleach, Donald Brook, Edward Colless, Justin Clemens and Helen Hughes Edited by Edward Colless Art + Australia

Tim Burns’ earthwork for the 1973 Mildura Sculpture Triennial was comprised of red dirt, make-shift landmines and a ‘Danger’ sign. Before ‘Minefield’ opened a stone was lobbed over the field triggering a plume of smoke and fire. Then came an order for the artwork to be detonated entirely – fragmenting the opportunity for a wider audience to experience it, or to query the artist’s premise and execution. Forty-three years later, the title ‘Minefield’ adds both intrigue and clarity to a spectacle that considered Indigenous sovereignty, land rights and nuclear testing. The first in a series of books from Art + Australia investigating a major Australian work, ‘Minefield’ introduces five intergenerational voices with an art historical perspective, personal reflections and archival documents placing the work and confirming Burns’ self-appointed role as a ‘context artist’. 30

Intrinsic Properties / Inherent Vice Ontogenesis Chloe Mandryk

‘Intrinsic Properties / Inherent Vice’ and ‘Ontogenesis’ are two concurrent glass exhibitions curated by Holly Williams for the Belconnen Arts Centre poised to coincide with Canberra’s Ausglass Conference. The art works on view in the main gallery were chosen as they sit outside of the specific ‘studio glass’ realm, drawn from the practices of Stevie Fieldsend, Yhonnie Scarce, Anna McMahon, Kenzee Patterson, Michaela Gleave, Patrick Pound and Sandra Selig. “Few materials are as compelling, duplicitous or as difficult to work with. Nevertheless, glass, in all its forms, makes our lives more livable,” explained Williams who specialises in interdisciplinary practices and is a co-founder of independent initiative The Curators Department. In the foyer ‘Ontogenesis’ will stage pieces by recent Australian National University graduates Ngaio Fitzpatrick, Madisyn Zabel and John White who Williams perceives display an innovative approach to their medium by incorporating new materials and processes. She added, “As emerging professionals, they represent a growing wave of artists who are promoting the extension of craft-based skills within a broader context.” Cast sections of glass with projected geometric forms in wire and string mark Zabel’s compositions. Nixon’s glass urns incorporate nostalgic and kitsch ornaments, while Williams describes White’s practice as mixed-media sculpture. Fitzpatrick creates video-based work exploring entropy, decay and the environment. You’re known for working closely with artists, what came first here the group or a keen interest in glass? My first experiences at art school were in the glass studio – I originally wanted to be a glass blower so my interest in the medium is longstanding, particularly its use as a conceptual material, rather than the ‘studio glass’ movement. This exhibition brings together existing work, with the exception of the new collection created by Patrick Pound who is an artist that I worked with for the ‘Living in the Ruins of the Twentieth Century’ exhibition in 2013. So there hasn’t been the opportunity to work as closely with the participating artists as I might like. It’s been an interesting process engaging artists with a show that is based on a material premise; the show attempts to bring together works that explore the range of counterpoints and contradictions of the material.


Warm Design

Dord Burrough

146 Artspace 23 February to 23 March, 2017 Tasmania

Lon Gallery 22 February to 18 March, 2017 Melbourne

Inspired by the hybridisation of Tasmania’s artist, designer and maker culture, curators Phoebe Adams and Sara Lindsay present new works from local artists to consider how design can be ‘warmed’ by ‘the presence of emotional content, the expression of sociopolitical concerns, and how this could be communicated with honesty and authenticity.’ The premise of ‘Warm Design’ is connected to Queer Theory, which rejects oppositional binary relationships. The show includes artists Phoebe Adams, Murray Antill, Dr Philip Blacklow, Sean Coyle, Sarah Jones, Sara Lindsay, Dee Taylor Graham and Dr Zoe Veness.

Dord Burrough’s new series of paintings consider the boundary between memory and imagination. The gallery describes the collection as an effort to “expose a willingness to remember, erase and project at once, morphing experience and allowing for an expansion of time through the lens of foggy reflection.”

Zoe Veness, Autonomous Jewellery: Green Coil Loop, 2014 Photograph: Orlando Luminere Courtesy the artist and 146 Artpsace, Tasmania

Foghorns, 2016, oil on board, 60 x 55cm Courtesy the artist and Lon Gallery, Melbourne

Though abstract, audiences can decipher the presence of characters, shapes and alien forms that make an occasional bold appearance on the surface.


Matthew Curtis and Harriet Schwarzrock Defining Moments

Canberra Glassworks Until 26 March, 2017 Australian Capital Territory


Imants Tillers The Philosophy of Doubt

GAGPROJECTS | Greenaway Art Gallery 22 February to 26 March, 2017 South Australia

Contemporary glass artists Matthew Curtis and Harriet Schwarzrock capture the defining moments in their careers with this exhibition of combined works, images, photographs and stories. As partners in creativity and life, for 20 years the pair, as a team and individually, have been inspired and grown together while making a significant impact on the Australian studio glass world. Curtis presents work made during his Creative Fellowship at Canberra Glassworks in 2015, and Schwarzrock shows new opaque pieces inspired by the Neon Workshop at Canberra Glassworks in 2016.

‘The Philosophy of Doubt’ looks for common ground between aspects of contemporary Western Desert art and the metaphysical paintings of 20th century Italian master, Giorgio de Chirico.

Harriet Schwarzrock, infinite 2016 blown glass, powder coated steel 45 x 60 x 12cm Courtesy the artist and Canberra Glassworks, Australian Capital Territory

Imants Tillers, The Blue Pacific, 2016, No. 98666–98697, acrylic, gouache on 32 canvas boards, 203 x 142cm Courtesy the artist and GAGPROJECTS | Greenaway Art Gallery, South Australia

Using his signature canvas boards, Tillers employs appropriation and textual references to create highly personal and thought-provoking paintings. By exploring themes within modern European aesthetic and ideology and the rich Indigenous art and cultural heritage of Australia’s remote interior, Tillers forms a bridge between two distant cultures.

Artist Opportunities


We have selected a few galleries and funding bodies calling for submissions for Art Awards, Artist Engagements, Grants, Public Art, Residency Programs, Exhibition Proposals and more. Enjoy and good luck!

The Cornish Family Prize for Art and Design Publishing

This is the first of its kind recognising and rewarding the value of creative publishing in the Asia-Pacific region. The award will parallel the National Gallery of Victoria’s third instalment of the Melbourne Art Book Fair. Tony Ellwood, Director, NGV, said this unique opportunity will “honour excellence and innovation within art and design publishing” and “celebrate the art book publishing sector on a global scale.” Art Almanac applauds this effort as it acknowledges the critical place of arts publishing in public life and aims to sustain our practice. Entries close 17 February, 2017.

Entries close 10 February, 2017 Belle is calling for entries for ArtStart from emerging artists ages 16-25 years. A $10,000 first prize is on offer with a total pool of $17,500 to assist recipients to kick-start their career. All submissions are to be painted on 36” x 24” canvas. Entry fees apply.

Chelsea International Fine Art Competition

Entries open 1 to 21 February, 2017 Artists from across the globe are invited to enter the 32nd Annual Chelsea International Fine Art Competition in the following mediums: painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, printing, mixed media, and print. Awards are valued at over $70,000 with a wide range of opportunities to enhance selected artists careers including a collective exhibition at Agora Gallery in New York, magazine profiles, and PR opportunities.

John Fries Art Award

Entries close 27 February, 2017 Open to emerging and early-career artists of all ages from Australia and New Zealand working in any medium from painting to conceptual art, performance to photography. This annual non-acquisitive award offers a prize of $10,000.

Moreton Bay Region Art Awards Entries close 1 March, 2017 This annual acquisitive exhibition holds an important place in the cultural landscape of the Moreton Bay region and has featured many prominent and emerging artists during its 24 year history. The Moreton Bay Regional Council proudly sponsors the award presenting two acquisitive prizes of $7,500 and two supplementary $1,000 prizes for a Local Artist and a People’s Choice Award. Footscray Art Prize

Photograph: Brooke Holm

Entries close 3 March, 2017 This new biennial non-acquisitive visual art prize for contemporary artworks is open to local and national artists. Prizes are offered in four categories; Footscray Art Prize $10,000, Street Art Prize $5,000, Tertiary Art Prize $1,500, Young Artists Prize: 12 years and under: $500, 13-18 years: $500.


Internships & Fellowships

National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

ArtAsiaPacific, Hong Kong

NON Berlin: Asia Contemporary Arts Platform, Germany

W Editorial and design internships for students and recent graduates excited about contemporary art, magazines and learning.

Artsy, United States

W A fast-paced digital company regularly advertises for editorial, accounts and art marketing positions.

Chinati Foundation, United States

W During extended stays at Chinati with stipend and accommodation, education, conservation and development interns gain exposure to various aspects of the museum’s daily operations, working closely with staff, resident artists, visiting scholars, architects, and museum professionals.

Documentary Arts Asia, Thailand

W This non-profit organisation aims to advance visual literacy and supports documentary artists in Asia. Internships in documentary photo, film, editing, curating, teaching and administration.

Lismore Regional Gallery Volunteers

W Lismore Regional Gallery seeks volunteers to become involved in aspects of the gallery’s daily operations and exhibition program to learn skills through disciplines in the arts, media, cultural studies and events.

W We offer placements in a wide range of functions in a number of areas to provide as broad an experience as possible.

W Design and PR internship applications are invited to experience working at a dynamic Asian contemporary art platform in the heart of Berlin.

NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore

W A three-month program with stipend offers insights and an immersive work experience across several departments including; Exhibitions, Residencies, Research and Education and Communications and Development.

Para Site – Emerging Curators

W Emerging curators invited to apply for the summer exhibition series. An opportunity to develop a first major project, supported by the resources, guidance and infrastructure made available for other Para Site exhibitions.

Peggy Guggenheim, Italy

W Internship program in Venice and The Hilla Rebay International Fellowship advertised throughout the year.

Vermont Studio Center (VSC), United States

W VSC is the largest international residency program in the United States and offers three fellowship deadlines per year hosting more than 50 visual artists and writers each month from across the country and around the world.

Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, Manila W Internships in the museum are often fast-paced and the tasks are varied. MCAD is looking for curatorial, design and media applicants.

National Art School, Sydney

W NAS seeks volunteers to work for at least one or two half days each fortnight and commit to the program for 12 months.


Australian Tapestry Workshop

262-266 Park Street, South Melbourne 3205. T (03) 9699-7885. E W Gold coin entry to the galleries and workshop. H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00. Guided tours Wed 11am and Thurs 2pm, $10 per person: bookings essential. View the weavers and dyer at work on major contemporary art commissions, and artists in residence. Tapestries being woven on the looms designed by Keith Tyson and Janet Laurence. To Feb 10, 40 Years of Contemporary Tapestry. Feb 16 to April 13 Body and Cloth: Performing Textiles.

of digital video to produce new material frameworks for meaning. Original additions and associations continually rework found materials towards spaces of new and ambiguous meanings presented in this installation. Through a range of video images, textures and associations, the exhibition accelerates the ambiguities of digital material and the poetic contingencies of meaning. These exhibitions comprise part of the VCA School of Art 2017 PhD Program.

National Gallery of Victoria NGV International

180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne 3004. T (03) 86202222. W H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. To Feb 26 Viktor&Rolf: Fashion Artists. Also, Atelier: Viktor&Rolf for Kids, and Jeppe Hein: Semicircular Space. To March 13 David Hockney: Current. To April 2016 Architecture Commission. To April 30 REALTIME: Miyanaga Akira. Feb 24 to Dec The Language of Ornament.

Designed by John Wardle Architects and woven by Chris Cochius, Pamela Joyce, Jennifer Sharpe, Cheryl Thornton, Perspectives on a Flat Surface, tapestry, wool, cotton, 226 x 385cm Photograph: Jeremy Weihrauch Courtesy the artists

Margaret Lawrence Gallery

40 Dodds Street, Southbank 3006. T (03) 9035-9400. E W H Tues-Sat 12.00 to 5.00. Feb 3 to 11 (opening Thurs Feb 2, 5.30-7.30pm) Emerging From and Disappearing Towards Dust by Hannah Bertram. The research investigates the ambiguity of permanence and impermanence using the medium of dust. Through considering the relationship between ephemeral art and documentation, the material and poetic possibilities of dust in relation to time, and the melancholy experience of preservation and loss, the thesis articulates the concept of ‘enduring temporality’. It addresses questions about what we seek to preserve, compared to what we identify as worthless, and the paradox of experiencing life as perpetual, knowing that we return to dust. Feb 17 to 25 (opening Thurs Feb 16, 5.30-7.30pm) Decomposing Contingencies by Nickk Hertzog. reconfigures digital materials towards a video installation of meaningful rearrangements. This project investigates how the excess of digital availability offers a means to rearrange, distort, and accelerate the contingencies

98 Melbourne

Manifattura Figli di Giuseppe Cantagalli, Florence (manufacturer), Vase, c.1897, earthenware, 58.5 x 28.8 x 28.7cm National Gallery of Victoria, purchased 1897

York St Art Gallery

Level 1, 216 York Street, South Melbourne 3205. T 0450-955-467. E W H Tues-Fri 11.00 to 3.00, after hours by appt. Facebook: Lynn Jaanz Art Studio. Works by international artist Lynn Jaanz

Qdos Arts + Sculpture Park

35 Allenvale Road, Lorne 3232. T (03) 5289-1989. W H Thurs-Mon 9.00 to 5.00. Feb 5 to 18 Heirloom Show – Monica Szwaja jewellery, Noel Hart glass, Alexander Copeland ceramics, Ivana Perkins sculpture, Ben Storch sculpture, Bronwyn Sidwell textiles, Kate Webber textiles, plus more. Feb 19 to March 4 Susan Weaver paintings, and David Rossiter paintings.

Shannon’s Gallery & Studios

12 Montrose Ave, Apollo Bay 3233. T (03) 5237-6578. H Daily 10.00 to 6.00, closed Tues. Distinctive drawings and paintings of the Otway coast, Apollo Bay and Harbour. Summer Exhibition by Pat Shannon and Mark Shannon.

Pat Shannon, Cray Pots, soft pastel, 41 x 58cm Courtesy the artist

David Rossiter, East to West, mixed media, 90 x 72cm Courtesy the artist and Qdos Arts + Sculpture Park

SCOPE Galleries

38 Kelp Street, Warrnambool 3280. T (03) 55614758, 0410-464-330 F 5561-5692. E W Director: Liza McCosh. H by appointment. Through Feb Sea, Sky And In Between by Liza McCosh.

Mark Shannon, At Petticoat Creek, oil pastel, 40 x 57cm Courtesy the artist

Warrnambool Art Gallery

26 Liebig Street, Warrnambool 3280. T (03) 55594949. E W Director: Vanessa Gerrans. H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun and public hols 10.00 to 3.00. To Feb 5 Performance on an Egg by Jenny Noyes. Also, Somewhere Nowhere by Shaun Tan. To Feb 26 Unknowing the real by Shane Jones. To March 12 Phantom Ride by Daniel Crooks. Feb 11 to April 17 Bolita pa Bolita by Melissa Aitken. Feb 11 to June 12 Erewhon – Brook Andrew, Mikala Dwyer, Justene Williams, Tony Garifalakis, Claire Lambe and Clare Milledge.

Wishart Gallery

19 Sackville Street, Port Fairy 3284. T (03) 55682423. E W Art, Antiques, Café, Bar, Wine & Beer Garden.

126 Victoria

M16 Artspace

21 Blaxland Crescent, Griffith 2603. T (02) 6295-9438. E W H Wed-Sun 12.00 to 5.00. To Feb 5 Gallery 1: Intersectionality – Bryna Bambury, Nikki Chopra, Eliya Nikki Cohen, Chelsea Kalogiannidis and Holly Tranter. Gallery 2: aethër by Lucy Palmer. Gallery 3: The Earth Element by Marilyn Stretton. Feb 9 to 26 Gallery 1: Orpheus Island by Kurt Brereton (NSW) (see ad page 13). Gallery 2: Projections by David Keaney. Gallery 3: The Plate Show – various artists (ACT).

Megalo Print Studio + Gallery

21 Wentworth Avenue, Kingston 2604. T (02) 62326041. E W H Tues to Sat 9.30 to 5.00. Feb 11 to March 5 (opening Thurs Feb 16, 6pm) ENGAGE: Community Posters a poster exhibition. Supported by The Australian Cultural Fund.

National Library of Australia

Parkes Place, Canberra 2600. T (02) 6262-1111. W Free entry. H Daily 10.00 to 5.00.

National Portrait Gallery

King Edward Terrace, Parkes 2600. T (02) 61027000. E W H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. To March 3 The Popular Pet Show includes portraits of Australians and their furry, feathered and fluffy friends by contemporary artists such as Ken Done, Nicholas Harding, Darren McDonald and Lucy Culliton. To April 9 Digital Portraiture Award 2016 an annual event to extend traditional notions of portraiture and foster emerging artists with an interest in new technology.

Nancy Sever Gallery

4/6 Kennedy Street, Kingston 2604. W H Wed-Sun 11.00 to 6.00. From Feb 4 Suzanne Moss.

National Gallery Of Australia (NGA)

Parkes Place, Canberra 2600. T (02) 6240-6411. E W Admission to the permanent collection is free. H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. To Feb 26 Mud men by Ramesh Nithiyendran. To April 17 Versailles: Treasures from the Palace. To June Artists of the Great War. To July Frank Stella: The Kenneth Tyler Collection.

Darren McDonald, Dr Jane Goodall with dingo, 2015 Private collection, Melbourne Courtesy the artist and Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne

Greater Canberra Aboriginal Art Association of Australia The Hall of Mirrors, Palace of Versailles © Jose Ignacio Soto /

162 Australian Capital Territory

W The Aboriginal Art Association of Australia (AAAA) serves and represents individuals and organisations who produce, promote, protect or support Indigenous art and the culture that allows it to flourish.

Galleries Aboriginart Indigenous Fine Art Gallery Academy Gallery Adelaide Central Gallery Adelaide Perry Gallery AirSpace Projects Alcaston Gallery Alliance Française, Eildon Gallery Alternating Current Art Space ANCA Gallery Andrew Baker Art Dealer Anna Pappas Gallery Anna Schwartz Gallery Annandale Galleries Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art Annette Larkin Fine Art Anthea Polson Art ANU Drill Hall Gallery ANU School of Art Gallery Ararat Regional Art Gallery ARC ONE Gallery arc Yinnar Gallery Art at Linden Gate Art at St Francis Art Atrium Art Gallery of Ballarat Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW) Art Gallery of South Australia Art Gallery Of Western Australia Art Mob The Art of Dr. Seuss The Art of Dr. Seuss Art Pharmacy Art to Art ArtAndOnly Artarmon Galleries Artback NT Artbank artcollect Arthouse Gallery Articulate project space artnet Arts Academy, Post Office Gallery Arts Project Australia Artsite Gallery Artspace ArtSpace at Realm Artspace Mackay ArtSpace Wonthaggi Artsy Ascot Theatre Gallery Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) Pop Up Gallery Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) Australian Galleries Australian Galleries Australian Print Workshop Australian Tapestry Workshop The Baldessin Press Ballarat – Gallery on Sturt BAROMETER Gallery Barossa Regional Gallery Bathurst Regional Art Gallery Bayside Sculpture & Gallery Beaver Galleries Bega Valley Regional Gallery Belalie Art Gallery Belconnen Arts Centre Benalla Art Gallery Bendigo Art Gallery River Lands Gallery Bett Gallery Hobart Bird’s Gallery BlackCat Gallery Blacktown Arts Centre Blarney Books & Art

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Blender Gallery BLINDSIDE Artist-Run Space Blue Mountains City Art Gallery Bluethumb Bluewhippet Art Bolin Bolin Gallery Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative Bowral Art Gallery Box Hill Community Arts Centre Bradley Hall Antiques & Art Gallery Breathing Colours Gallery Brett Whiteley Studio Bridget McDonnell Gallery Brightspace BrisAsia Festival – Folds of Belonging Brunswick Street Gallery Bunbury Regional Art Galleries Bundeena Maianbar Art Trail Bundoora Homestead Art Centre Buratti Fine Art Burnie Regional Art Gallery Burra Regional Art Gallery Cairns Regional Gallery Cambridge Studio Gallery Campbelltown Arts Centre Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Gormon House Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Manuka Canberra Glassworks Canberra Museum and Gallery Canopy Art Centre Cairns Cardinia Cultural Centre Castlemaine Art Museum Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre Central Goldfields Art Gallery Ceramic Break Sculpture Park Chapman & Bailey Charles Darwin University Art Gallery Charles Nodrum Gallery Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery Collingwood Gallery Colville Gallery COMA The Commercial Conny Dietzschold Gallery Consulate-General of Japan Contemporary Art Awards Contemporary Art Society of Victoria Inc. Contemporary Art Tasmania Contemporary Editions Cooktown School of Arts Society Inc The Corner Store Gallery Counihan Gallery In Brunswick Cowra Regional Art Gallery Craft Victoria Craft Act Crawford Gallery The Cross Art Projects The Cullen Darren Knight Gallery The Dax Centre Defiance Gallery Delmar Gallery Despard Gallery Devonport Regional Gallery Dogwood Crossing, Miles Duck Print Fine Art Duldig Studio East & West Eastgate Gallery The Egg & Dart Elizabeth Arthur Fine Art Gallery & Sculpture Garden Eltham Library Community Gallery Entrepot Art Gallery Etsy Factory 49 Falkner Gallery Fellia Melas Gallery FELTspace Firestation Print Studio Gallery FireWorks Gallery Firstdraft

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541 Art Space 131 Five Ways Galleries 117 Flinders Lane Gallery 96 Flinders University City Gallery 169 fortyfivedownstairs 96 The Foundling Archive 106 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art 134 Frances Keevil Gallery 136 Frankston Arts Centre and Cube 37 Galleries 117 Fremantle Arts Centre 173 The Front Gallery & Café 160 Gab Titui Cultural Centre 184 Gaffa Gallery 131 GAGPROJECTS/Greenaway Art Gallery 170 The Gallery @ Bayside Arts & Cultural Centre 112 Gallery 360 174 Gallery 9 136 Gallery J on Lincoln 170 Gallery Voltaire 100 The Gallery St Kilda Town Hall 112 Gallerysmith 100 Gallerysmith Project Space 100 Gallows Gallery 175 The Garage 160 Gecko Studio Gallery 124 Gee Lee-Wik Doleen Gallery 118 Geelong Gallery 125 Geraldton Regional Art Gallery 175 Gertrude Contemporary 104 Gippsland Art Gallery 124 Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre 184 Glass Artists’ Gallery (upstairs) 143 Glasshouse Regional Gallery 154 Glen Eira City Council Gallery 115 Gold Coast City Gallery 182 Gosford Regional Gallery 153 Goulburn Regional Art Gallery 157 Grace Cossington Smith Gallery 144 Grafton Regional Gallery 154 Griffith Regional Art Gallery 158 Hamilton Gallery 125 Handmark Gallery 165 Harvey Galleries 144 Hawthorn Studio & Gallery 114 Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre 150 Headland Park Artist Precinct 144 Heathcote Museum and Gallery 173 Heide Museum of Modern Art 118 The Henry Jones Art Hotel 165 Heritage Hill 118 Herring Island – Environmental Sculpture Park & Gallery 108 Hill Smith Gallery 170 Horsham Regional Art Gallery 125 Hugo Michell Gallery 170 The Ian Potter Museum of Art 100 in.cube8r gallery 104 Incinerator Art Space 144 The Incinerator Gallery 118 Institute of Modern Art 179 Jahroc Galleries 175 James Makin Gallery 104 JamFactory 170 JamFactory 171 Jan Manton Art 179 Jan Murphy Gallery 180 Janet Clayton Gallery 146 Japingka Gallery 173 Jervis Bay Maritime Museum & Gallery 155 John Curtin Gallery 175 Joshua McClelland Print Room 100 Jugglers Art Space Inc. 180 Jungle’s Art Studio 170 Kapunda Art Gallery 171 Karen Woodbury Fine Art 110 Kate Owen Gallery 143 The Ken Done Gallery 132 Kerrie Lowe Gallery 143 Kerry Packer Civic Gallery at the Hawke Centre 170 KickArts Contemporary Arts 184 King Street Gallery on William 137 Kingston Arts 116


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