Kirandeep Grewal, Migration (detail)

Over Seas

An open exhibition for Canberra’s migrant communities

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Inhabited

Inhabited features works by 8 contemporary visual artists living or working in the Gungahlin region.

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The Materialisation of Testament

Kerry Martin

The culmination of artist Kerry Martin’s creative practice PhD undertaken at the University of Canberra between 2020 and 2024.

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Awaken

Elizabeth Ficken

The square embodies the foundations of life. It can also be a manifestation to breathe, get grounded and focus on your Centre.

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YazElations: Upcycling Industrial waste

Yasmin Idriss

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.

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Gold to Blue

Sarah Earle

This body of work draws from investigations and studies on my reflection and recollections of the Gold to Blue transition.

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Light and Substance

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.

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Almost Always

Isobel Rayson and Nick Stranks

Isobel Rayson and Nick Stranks contemplate ideas of memory and narrative in their joint exhibition, Almost Always.

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Dog

Lisa Jose

‘Dog’ presents a series of linocut portraits of pet dogs, and asks the viewer to contemplate preconceptions about their place in society.

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PLACE

Alexander Thatcher

“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.”

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The Bone People

Brenda Runnegar

The Bone People exhibition operates as a diorama featuring a herd of imaginary animals – some with riders.

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HOLD III

HOLD III

Ceramic artists from throughout Australia have been invited to investigate the beauty and sense of intimacy experienced when eating or drinking from an exquisitely crafted plate or vessel.

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Emergence of Materials and Self

Natalie Hill

This collection is of Intuitive impressionistic abstracts born of high energy and playing with a multitude of glorious materials.  

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Lee Crisp Life Drawing 

Lee Crisp

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.

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Exhibit at Belco Arts

We are looking for artists working across the rich breadth of visual arts and crafts practices to express their interest in being part of our exhibition program.

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The voice of fire shakes me awake, wild flowers bloom under trees that turn to ashes

Emma Rani Hodges

In each textile artwork, I incorporate imagery as well as a written prose. They depict scenes from Thai mythology as well as scenes from everyday life in Belconnen.

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Body of Work

Annika Romeyn

Body of Work charts Annika Romeyn’s artistic journey over recent years, bringing together a selection of ambitious drawings and monotype prints, scaled in relation to her own body.

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A little bird told me

Nichola Leeming

This selection of wheel thrown porcelain vessels by Nichola Leeming celebrates our abundant, cherished Australian birds.

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100 Canberra

Embraced

An intergenerational initiative; The Centenarian Portrait Project by Teenagers has introduced 465 hundred-year-olds to 465 teenage artists from all walks of life across all corners of Australia. 

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Broads at Belco

The Broad Collective

The aim of The Broad Collective is to present work of women artists, striving to strengthen professional attitudes and women’s representation in the arts.

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Staying with the trouble

Being challenged by, and trusting, artists we know and respect has led each of us through discomfort to experimentation and new approaches to our work.

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35S: 149E  – Canberra Lived

Lime Flamingo Collective

Artists from the Lime Flamingo Collective (LFC) reflect on their experience of living in Canberra in their exhibition 35S: 149E – Canberra Lived.

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HOLD

HOLD

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.  

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Online panel discussion with Graeme Base

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.

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Other Players

“Other Players” was a growing installation by byrd and Hanna Hoyne in response to Graeme Base’s book, “The Worst Band in the Universe”.

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