Hawthorn Studio & Gallery are now taking applications from artists/groups who wish to rent and sit the gallery to exhibit as part of the 2017 Exhibition Program. 2 or 3 week exhibitions available.
HAWTHORN STUDIO & GALLERY
635 Burwood Road, Hawthorn East. Vic 3123
T: 03 9882 5553
ANNUAL EXHIBITION 2017
Artworks fresh from the artists’ studios
Sunday, 10 September, 3-6pm
ARTIST FLOORTALK: Sunday, 17 September, 4pm
GALLERY: Gallery 314, RICHMOND
LOCATION: 314 Church Street, Richmond VIC 3121
(Melways Map 44 F10)
EXHIBITION DATES: 11 - 24 September 2017
GALLERY HOURS: 11am - 6pm daily (7 days)
JUDGE: Peter D. Cole
more information see:
ARTPark Australia has just launched the invitation to participate in the annual ‘Sculpture on the Wharf, 2017 -18’ exhibition on the Iconic Woolloomooloo Wharf
We are presently seeking larger format artworks, suitable for both indoor and outdoor placements,
Contact 2017-18 Woolloomooloo Wharf exhibition firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening - Oct 26 through to early March 2018
If you wish to submit a proposal for consideration please forward it to us with an images and details.
Note : the work have a weight limit of 500 kg and other terms and conditions apply throughout the exhibition program, available with the exhibition application
We announce that the XI FIP World Polo Championship Art Exhibition will be held from the 21st to the 29th of October, 2017, in conjunction with the internationally renowned event of the XI FIP World Polo Championship 2017.
Prizes to the value of $14,000
We warmly invite established and emerging Australian artists to submit entries into this forthcoming exhibition.
The call for submissions is NOW OPEN closing 5pm on the 15th of September, 2017. Please read the Artist Submission Contract, which includes the Curatorial Brief and the Terms and Conditions, before completing the Submission Form. Please follow the link to the World Polo Art Exhibition website: http://wpcsydney.com/art-exhibition/
exhibition manager and curator:
Selina Hitches. Mobile: 0408617894
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|Tango Larry - 62 x 26cm Venetian Glass (Smalti)|
is showing at
Without Pier Gallery
Dreaming with Open Eyes
10 - 27 September
To be Opened by Dr Julie Stephens Psychoanalyst, Author & Associate Professor of Sociology
Sunday 10 September 2 - 4pm
320 Bay Road Cheltenham 3192
10am - 5pm Monday to Saturday
12 - 5pm Sunday
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At the McClelland Gallery
Tina Haim – Tina Haim-Wentscher – Tina Wentcher: Sculptor 1887-1974
This exhibition celebrates this German-Australian sculptor whose work elegantly fuses Eastern and Western influences.
Curated by Ken Scarlett OAM
Exhibition dates: 24 July to 12 November 2017
Image: Tina WENTCHER: Two Balinese Girl Dancers (Two Legong Dancers, Balinese Dancing Girls) c1938. Bronze with patinated highlights 45.3 x 22.0 x 27.5 cm. Collection of McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery
Bequest of the artist in memory of her late husband Julius Wentcher, 1974