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Re-Imagined Railyard
Oct
7
to Nov 16

Re-Imagined Railyard

  • Midland Junction Arts Centre - East Gallery (map)
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Artists are constantly inventing new realities and experimenting with versions of past histories. Re-imagined Railyard brings visual arts and social history together to evoke personal memories attached to the locally treasured Midland Railway Workshops. Historic train tools, oral histories and new technologies are presented alongside large-scale curated photographic works of remaining objects found at the Midland Railway Workshops by artist Eva Fernandez.  

OPEN SUN 7 OCT 11AM - 2PM, WED TO FRI 10AM – 5PM

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Remembering Tomorrow
Oct
7
to Nov 16

Remembering Tomorrow

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Studio Payoka

Artists Rory Dax Paton, Adam Ismail and William Leggett share insights into the industrial, multidisciplinary arts undertaken at Studio Payoka. Remembering Tomorrow will push three and two dimensional practices to new levels though assemblage, mould making, constructed objects, experimental print and expressive painting/drawing techniques.

OPEN SUN 7 OCT 11AM - 3PM, WED TO FRI 10AM – 5PM

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Gifted
Nov
9
to Dec 20

Gifted

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Sue Eva & Kathy Aspinall

Gifted artists share their works perfect for gifting.  Kathy Aspinall repurposes antique or second hand items into unique jewellery pieces and artist books, while Sue Eva creates intimate still lifes that share our common humanity of love, loss, foundation and family.

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Lost Soles
Nov
24
to Dec 21

Lost Soles

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Claire Davenhall

Lost Soles brings together a collection of work by international artist Claire Davenhall, exploring the multicultural migration of people to Australia. Davenhall captures the complex cultural heritage of the many waves of migration to Australia through her sculptural work. 

OPEN SAT 24 NOV 10AM - 3PM, WED TO FRI 10AM – 5PM

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Of Our Time - Ordinary Lives
Nov
24
to Dec 21

Of Our Time - Ordinary Lives

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Louise Wells

Family stories beyond the dates of significant events are lost if not recorded. Of Our Time – Ordinary Lives investigates three generations of maternal women in artist Louise Wells’ family. Through contemporary textiles, Wells explores their changing roles, responsibilities and expectations across the decades, capturing shared history and the cultural structures that shaped the paths of their lives.

OPEN SAT 24 NOV 10AM - 3PM, WED TO FRI 10AM – 5PM

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Worn Out Worn Art
Nov
24
to Dec 21

Worn Out Worn Art

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For thirteen years the Worn Out Worn Art (WOWA) Wearable Art Project has captivated audiences, showcasing exceptional wearable art designed by local primary and secondary school students. In 2018 WOWA is being re-invented, celebrating creativity and sustainability with a wearable art exhibition supported by a live performance on Saturday 24 November. 

OPEN SAT 24 NOV 10AM - 3PM, WED TO FRI 10AM – 5PM

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Danjoo - Interwoven
Feb
15
to Apr 5

Danjoo - Interwoven

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Launching the 2019 Midland Junction Arts Centre’s exhibition program, DANJOO - INTERWOVEN is a curated exhibition celebrating Aboriginal culture, country, language and visual arts practice in Western Australia.

MJAC lies in the heart of the Noongar region which covers the south western corner of Western Australia and includes 14 language groups. The Swan Region is home to the largest Aboriginal population in Western Australia.

Featuring senior, emerging and community artists, DANJOO - INTERWOVEN presents artworks by Noongar artists and Indigenous artists living on Noongar Country, from the south of Geraldton, to the Wheatbelt and south to Esperance. 

Through the artist Call Out and curatorial process, approximately 15 Noongar artists and Indigenous artist living on Noongar country will be selected to exhibit their work. DANJOO – INTERWOVEN will be co-curated by Whadjak Bibbulmun artist Lea Taylor and MAC Curator Greg Sikich.

Artists are invited to submit works in a range of mediums including, but not limited to, painting, print, photography, textiles, weaving, ceramics and video.

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