Five Point One and a Piece of Four By Two
Jul
7
Aug 6

Five Point One and a Piece of Four By Two

  • Mundaring Arts Centre | Gallery 1

Annika Moses and Shannon Lyons

Young composer and singer Annika Moses and visual artist Shannon Lyons create an installation that explores manipulation and engagement with sound in a tangible way. By responding first to the immediate architectural environ of the MAC gallery space Moses and Lyons produce new site specific works that straddle the interstice between sculpture and sound. 

Image: Annika Moses and Shannon Lyons, Research for Five point one and a piece of four by two, MAC architecture, photo: Shannon Lyons

Seen and Unseen
Jul
7
Aug 6

Seen and Unseen

  • Mundaring Arts Centre | Gallery 2

Artist in Focus - Marisa Tindall

Through objects and matter that are ground, dissolved and melted, embedded and stitched, Marisa Tindall explores the concept of landscape, in relation to the interconnectedness it has with our existence within the isolation of the Western Australian landscape.

Image: Marisa Tindall, Land-script 2016, clay, charcoal, resin,graphite pencil on paper

Habits of Horses
Aug
11
Sep 10

Habits of Horses

  • Mundaring Arts Centre | Gallery 1 & 2

Curated by Jude van der Merwe

Celebrating the role of the horse through agriculture, economy and sport, contemporary artists respond to the ancestral and cultural role horses played in the country of their forefathers.  Supported by community and historic exhibitions, community competitions and demonstrations and a community Open Day.

Image: Tony Jones, C Y O’Connor Horse and Rider (maquette), bronze  

26°S 121°E | On the Map
Sep
15
Oct 15

26°S 121°E | On the Map

  • Mundaring Arts Centre | Gallery 1 & 2

Curated by Laura A Taylor

Held in conjunction with the national launch of Print Council of Australia's 2017 Print Commission folio, and in collaboration with Printmakers Association of WA, 26°S 121°E On the Map is a survey exhibition of contemporary Western Australian printmaking.  

Image: Aliesha Mafrici, Fractures, monoprint on fabriano rosapina 

Swan Environmental Art Project 2017
Oct
1
Oct 29

Swan Environmental Art Project 2017

  • Midland Junction Arts Centre

Leaf Litter – Hidden Habitats at Our Feet

Local primary school students investigate life in the leaf litter to understand food webs and the importance of the small creatures and organisms in ecosystems. 

The students’ artwork is a creative, imaginative response to their research, providing an opportunity to engage with local and global environmental issues and promote a positive message about the importance of nurturing the earth.

Image: Molly McGrane-Barlow

A Quiet, Interrupted Art Life
Oct
20
Nov 19

A Quiet, Interrupted Art Life

  • Mundaring Arts Centre | Gallery 1

Peggy Lyon Survey

Curated by Sue Starcken and Catherine Swioklo

Celebrating over 35 years of arts practice by dedicated artist, environmentalist, teacher and volunteer Peggy Lyon. Through multifarious techniques and mediums, Peggy has quietly built up a stunning range of works which are predominantly held in private and public Collections.

Image: Peggy Lyon, Event 5, acrylic, charcoal, pastel

Mundaring Environmental Art Project 2017
Oct
20
Nov 19

Mundaring Environmental Art Project 2017

  • Mundaring Arts Centre | Gallery 2

Leaf Litter – Hidden Habitats at Our Feet

Hundreds of primary school children from across the eastern region immerse themselves in a world of environmental discovery and problem-solving to come up with designs for the 2017 Mundaring Environmental Art Banners to be displayed in the Mundaring town centre.

Image: Molly McGrane-Barlow

Drawn
Nov
24
Dec 22

Drawn

  • Mundaring Arts Centre | Gallery 1

KAREN FRANKEL

Drawn to the tones, colours and shapes of her subject – landscapes of the Pilbara and South West, a still life or flowers – Karen Frankel develops her works through layering of paper, ink, charcoal and paint. 

Image: Karen Frankel, Forest, acrylic, paper, ink, ink blocks on stretched canvas

Gifted
Nov
24
Dec 22

Gifted

  • Mundaring Arts Centre | Gallery 2

ARTISTS IN FOCUS

‘Gifted’ West Australian artists share their creations perfect for gifting at Christmas. Working in residence and hosting workshops they share their ‘gifts’ with the community. 

Image: Sue Cotton, Collision II 2016