Our expansive exhibition program applauds the visual arts in all its forms. It is presented throughout our suite of galleries, featuring the work of established professionals, emerging artists and hobbyists throughout a carefully curated experience.
16 February - 28 March 2024
Patsy Payne and John Pratt
This body of work is the outcome of three years phone conversations and postcard dialogues mostly at a distance of 1100 kilometres between Darkinjung and Ngunnawal country.
Interwoven 7 brings together basketry and textile artists from the Canberra region and the NSW South Coast.
This exhibition takes the transitory states of atmosphere as a place to begin questions around the mutability of space and our own experience.
Fran Romano & Zoe Slee
Fran Romano and Zoe Slee’s collaborative exhibition is an experimental project, exploring the idea of self-doubt.
5 April - 19 May 2024
Drawing from life experience as an artist and her love of art history, Lee Crisp looks at the contemporary lives of women from the perspective of the embodied subject.
This collection is of Intuitive impressionistic abstracts born of high energy and playing with a multitude of glorious materials.
Entries close midnight Friday 1 March 2024
Ceramic artists are being invited from throughout Australia to investigate the beauty and sense of intimacy experienced when eating or drinking from an exquisitely crafted plate, or vessel.
The Bone People exhibition operates as a diorama featuring a herd of imaginary animals – some with riders.
“There are many things in life I have immense gratitude for. In this playful exhibition, I hold homage to two: my love for creating tiny ceramic architecture and my passion for clay.”
‘Dog’ presents a series of linocut portraits of pet dogs, and asks the viewer to contemplate preconceptions about their place in society.
24 May - 7 July 2024
Isobel Rayson and Nick Stranks
Isobel Rayson and Nick Stranks contemplate ideas of memory and narrative in their joint exhibition, Almost Always.
Robyn Campbell & Kirstin Guenther
Whilst Kirstin’s and Robyn’s work contrast materially, technically and in their approach; the interplay between light and substance, translucence and density, unites their work.
This body of work draws from investigations and studies on my reflection and recollections of the Gold to Blue transition.
Yasmin Idriss’ “YazElations” are the result of thoughtfully repurposing framing waste into intricate and visually striking pieces that reflect the beauty found in everyday rubbish.
The square embodies the foundations of life. It can also be a manifestation to breathe, get grounded and focus on your Centre.
30 August 2024 - 13 October 2024
The culmination of artist Kerry Martin’s creative practice PhD undertaken at the University of Canberra between 2020 and 2024.