Come along and see how to become a scientist with no budget, no background, and no brains as Brett tries desperately to discover something new.
Artists are being invited from throughout Australia to investigate their concept of ‘place’; a position, a location, a destination, a point in time or where you sit within the world.
Launch into Other Worlds: Exploring the Universe of Graeme Base, a family-friendly event for all ages where you can make, play, learn and imagine.
Salter constantly rotates his artworks as he adds details to different areas. Because of this technique, many of Chris’ works have no perceivable fixed orientation.
Lorraine O’Hara, Steven O’Hara, Ivan Harradine and Richard Thomas
The Temora Art Factory group collectively responds to the regional setting where they live and work.
Hands On Studio
Tuesday Marks was produced by each artist spending five minutes working on the piece then passing the artwork along for the next artist to add to.
Just like the ocean from a distance gives an impression of calm, it can capsize, leave you shipwrecked, as it can uplift and enthrall.
Audacious Joy challenges the focus of stories and media representations of the Asian Australian experience on tragedy and trauma and carves out a small space for Asian joy.
Belco Arts would like to celebrate the LGBTQI+ community, and all that makes up its diversity of perspectives, lived experiences and shared ambitions.
In a love letter to science fiction, making and the power of childhood imagination, Buckland will attempt to lovingly rebuild, recreate and refilm ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ within the gallery space.
Strong Women’s Group focuses on community connectedness and providing local women with an opportunity to socialise regularly and engage in activities addressing art, culture, self-care, health and wellbeing.
Heart Strong features new works by six strong Aboriginal women who currently reside on Ngunnawal Country in Canberra, where their individual stories come together.
An exploration of Wiradjuri Country, using traditional ochre, and reflecting rivers, waterholes, meeting places, animals, trees, grinding stones, artifacts, scar tree patterns and land patterns.
Interwoven 5 showcases works by basket makers, textile artists and weavers from the NSW South Coast and Canberra region.
For disabled artists and those living with mental health issues, the d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing (HOH).