An open exhibition in A5 speaking to our sense of place, connections made, stories shared and memories gathered.
Circles of Nature
Circles of Nature celebrates the diversity and abundance of nature, while the symbolism of the circle references the passage of time, the seasons and the life cycles of living things.
Jenny’s drawings and prints, and Vivien’s ceramics address our joint concerns about the viability of the unique Australian flora.
Upending | Mending
The University of Canberra’s Faculty of Arts and Design annual exhibition presents creative responses to the theme: Upending | Mending.
An exhibition that applauds the work of the Canberra region’s ceramic artists through a celebration of the “vessel”.
Saleha also paints landscapes mostly sunsets. The setting sun pushes her to think about her place in this universe, gives her hope and a sense of fulfilment.
Belco Arts and Libraries ACT are proudly co-presenting A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words, a free online panel discussion featuring author/illustrator Graeme Base.
“Other Players” was a growing installation by byrd and Hanna Hoyne in response to Graeme Base’s book, “The Worst Band in the Universe”.
For disabled artists and those living with mental health issues, the d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing (HOH).