Visual Arts – August

Helen Bodycomb:
Mosaicism: Thinking in Mosaic
Opening Saturday 27th July

2 O’clock
-till  11th August

Lot 19

Open Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 11am-5pm

(or by appointment)

Long-term Lot 19 resident and PhD candidate
Helen Honeycomb
presents her latest installation,
featuring three works that explore the fluidity of matter,
in which Mosaicism is both a mode of thinking as well as making.
Read more…

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2019 Annual Awards Exhibition

Association of Sculptors of Victoria 

Opening Wednesday 31st July 

6:30 – 8:30

To be opened Deborah Halpern

The Events Centre Collins Square

727 Collins Street Melbourne

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Death in the Title

-till August 2nd

 Justine Hutchison, Carley Harris, Anthony Scibelli,

Connie Burns, Ian White, Michael Tricarico, Imogen Gallagher,

Sherree Galllagher, Belinda Nailon and Michael Gray

Upstairs 22 Gallery

22 Hargraeves St.

Castlemaine

Website

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Melissa Scott
CRACKS, CREVICES
AND COCKS

5-16 august

Phyllis Palmer Gallery
Level 2, Visual Arts Building,
La Trobe University Bendigo Campus
Opening hours: 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday

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Strange Garden

sculpcha by Eliza-Jane Gilchrist

-till 11th August

Central Goldfields Art Gallery

Old Fire Station

Neill St.

Central Goldfields Art Gallery

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Dean Smith: Møns Klint

– till August 24

The artist says: “The ceramics and paintings created for this exhibition have emerged from my residency in Denmark in 2018. This body of work is a continuation of my themes involving fragile, impermanent environments and mirrors the work I made for Pink Terraces in 2017. I was interested in visiting South Zealand in Denmark, in particular the chalky cliffs of Møns Klint to use as a conceptual connection to the once beautiful silica landscape of the Pink Terraces in New Zealand: connecting two fragile sites, one tenuously existent, the other non-existent, at opposite ends of the Earth.”

Alcaston Gallery

11 Brunswick St
Fitzroy

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                                              Ballarat Foto Biennale

                                          August 24th – October 20th

For all those who sincerely beleive photography is a ligitimate art form this is a must! -Ed

Please note, the obviously incorrect spelling of the word ‘photo’ is not my doing. It just goes to show that I am not the only one around here who can’t spell, and these people have been to university…………for most of thier adult lives!

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Autoluminescent

until Saturday 24 August

 Artwork by three Australian contemporary artists who work across a variety of media, yet all embrace luminescent materiality in aspects of their work. The exhibition explores the nature of visual perception, light-induced sensory experience, temporality, transformation and interplay between minimalism and monumentalism.

La Trobe Art Institute

View St Bendigo

https://www.latrobe.edu.au/art-institute/exhibitions

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Ocular Scum’ by Dirge.

till 25 August

Shelf Life Gallery @ Taradale Wine & Produce

120 High Street Taradale
Opening hours: Thursday 4.30-6pm, Friday 11am-9pm,
Saturday 11am-6pm, Sunday 11am-9pm

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Ag Art

An exhibition of garments created from farming materials repurposed into fashionable and unique clothing.

Direct from the catwalks of the Elmore Field Day these wildly unique dresses, hats and other wearable objects are created as part of the Wearable Agricultural Art competition.

-till 1st September

Kyneton Museum

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                                            Betty Kuntiwa Pumani, Antara

Len Fox Painting Prize
-till 1st September

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