Mundaring Environmental Art Project 2017
Oct
20
to Nov 19

Mundaring Environmental Art Project 2017

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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

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Silent Auction for ABOUT TURN: A QUIET INTERRUPTED ART LIFE
Oct
20
to Nov 19

Silent Auction for ABOUT TURN: A QUIET INTERRUPTED ART LIFE

Artists Denise Brown, Stuart Elliott, Sue Starcken, David Small, Tricia Tarrant, Peter Dailey, Bev Iles and Catherine Swioklo have generously donated these artworks below for a silent auction that will continue throughout About Turn: A Quiet Interrupted Art Life

Funds raised through this auction will go towards the presentation of this exhibition, which has happened due to the unfailing support and respect for Peggy Lyon throughout her community.

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PLACE YOUR BID TODAY

  • To place your bid, please call Mundaring Arts Centre on 9295 3991
  • To be considered, bids must be higher than the previous bid, with a minimum increase of $50
  • Bidding continues until 3pm Sunday 19 November 2017
  • The highest bid received over the reserve price will be deemed the purchaser of that work

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About Turn: A Quiet, Interrupted Art Life
Oct
20
to Nov 19

About Turn: A Quiet, Interrupted Art Life

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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.

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Image: Peggy Lyon, Event 5 2008, acrylic, charcoal, pastel

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Swan Environmental Art Project 2017
Oct
4
to Oct 27

Swan Environmental Art Project 2017

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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.

VIEWING TIMES | WED - FRI 10AM - 5PM 

Image: Image: Margot, Woodbridge Primary School

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The Vahana: Vehicle of the Gods
Sep
27
to Oct 27

The Vahana: Vehicle of the Gods

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The Vahana: Vehicle of the Gods exhibition features the work of celebrated international photographer Clare Arni. Aiyanar is a Hindu village god of Tamil Nadu mostly worshipped as a guardian deity who protects rural villages. The earliest known references are from the 3rd Century CE. Annual festivals are celebrated in sacred groves on the outskirts of villages in early spring at which time the potters, who inherit the role of priest, make large-scale terracotta horses and other votive offerings.

Clare Arni who is based in Bangalore, has been documenting the festivals and processes leading up to them for several years.  She will be presenting an exhibition of new work describing the making of the terracotta horses, the festivals and votive offerings as well as images of the groves where avenues of horses form majestic entries to the spaces. 

One of the remaining potters famous for making terracotta horses will take up residence at MJAC and will create a 3 high terracotta horse for the project.

Renowned WA potter Bernard Kerr will create works in terracotta and undertake a series of community workshops and lessons at Midland Junction Arts Centre.

VIEWING TIMES | Wed - Fri 10am - 5pm 

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Horse Drawn
Sep
27
to Oct 27

Horse Drawn

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The horse has played a central role in our culture until very recently. However, writers, musicians, artists and filmmakers continue to celebrate and transform this magnificent creature through their craft, reminding us of the connection and emotional significance of the relationship between humans and horses. Horse Drawn revisits the equine form with Perth artists, Steven Aiton, Daevid Anderson, Daniela Dlugocz, Ross Potter, Angela Stewart, Alastair Taylor and Linda van der Merwe sharing their personal, mythical and historical responses to this impressive creature.

Renowned for their ability to dramatically capture anatomy and movement, invited artists have shared their skills via a series of community workshops, demonstrations and talks at the Midland Junction Arts Centre and local schools since the beginning of the year.

VIEWING TIMES | Wed - Fri 10am - 5pm

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Image: Ross Potter, Thunder 2017, pencil on paper

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26°S 121°E | On the Map
Sep
15
to Oct 15

26°S 121°E | On the Map

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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.  

 

Participating Artists

Susan Allwood
Tessa Beale
Monique Bosshard Curby
Leanne Bray
Rhonda Breen
Jillian Ciemitis
Helen Clarke
Lorraine Corker
Moira Court
Nicola Cowie
Shelley Cowper
Annette Davis

Willemina Foeken
Sandra Hall
Penny Hudson
Michael Jalaru Torres
Shana James
Hannah Katarski
Guundie Kuchling
Pippa Lightfoot
Camilla Loveridge
Monika Lukowska
Aliesha Mafrici
Andrew McDonald

 

Clyde McGill
Melanie McKee
Elizabeth Morrison
Rosemary Mostyn
Dallas Perry
Eveline Ruys
Petra Sara
Bridget Seaton
Elmari Steyn
Janette Trainer
Vanessa Wallace

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MEDIA

"On The Map" by Perdita Phillips, Imprint (Print Council of Australia), volume 52 number 3, September 2017 > 

 

Image: Michael Jalaru Torres, Lore Man (detail) 2017, Giclee print, fine art paper, etching
Aliesha Mafrici, Fractures – Concealed (detail) 2016, Monoprint on Fabriano Rosapina
Helen Clarke, Burringurrah, Gascoyne (detail) 2017, Reduction lino print

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Horse Tales
Aug
11
to Sep 10

Horse Tales

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A wild ride with hay, horse hair and horse shoes - community artworks inspired by horses

A community exhibition including a ‘paddock’ of sculptured hay horses; a wall-mounted mob of wild brumbies made from found objects; small sculptures, rosettes and jewellery incorporating horse hair created by school children teenagers and adults. Artworks have been created in a series of workshops led by professional artists for local schools and the general community in the City of Swan and Shire of Mundaring.

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Habits of Horses
Aug
11
to Sep 10

Habits of Horses

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Serious Horsing Around

Curated by Jude van der Merwe

Celebrating the role of the horse in agriculture, economy and sport, contemporary artists respond to the ancestral and cultural role horses played in the country of their forefathers.  With artists Madeleine Clear, Marcia Espinosa, Indra Geidans, Jan Griffiths, Tony Jones, Paul Kaptein, Theo Koning, Matt McVeigh, Andrew Nicholls, Anna Louise Richardson, Sue Starcken and Yuko Takahashi

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Image: Marcia Espinosa

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Seen and Unseen
Jul
7
to Aug 6

Seen and Unseen

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Artist in Residence - 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.

IN RESIDENCE | TUE - FRI 10AM - 4PM & SAT 11AM - 3PM

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

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

Five Point One and a Piece of Four By Two

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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 architectural environment of the MAC gallery space Moses and Lyons produce new site-specific works that straddle the interstice between sculpture and sound. 

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Videography: Graham Mathwin
Image: Shannon Lyons

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HeARTlines 2017
May
20
to Jun 21

HeARTlines 2017

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Since 2005, Mundaring Arts Centre has celebrated the art of children’s book creation through the Act-Belong-Commit heARTlines Children's Literature and Illustration Festival - a month-long festival of workshops, talks and demonstrations, complemented by an outstanding exhibition at Midland Junction Arts Centre of original book illustrations from recently published children’s literature by WA authors and illustrators

Displaying initial sketches, plans and notes alongside finalised artwork and books, the heARTlines exhibition explores the artistic process from idea to final product. Featuring original artwork from award winning artists Kyle Hughes-Odgers, Matt Ottley, Terry Denton, Frané Lessac, Aśka, Gabriel Evans, Chris Nixon, Kylie Howarth, Briony Stewart, Moira Court, Brian Simmonds, James Foley, Jennifer and Alexander Hills.

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One Hundred & Three of Me
May
5
to Jun 18

One Hundred & Three of Me

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Artist in Focus - Alastair Taylor

In the course of a not uncommon discombobulation with the dreaded Facebook, Alastair Taylor managed to lose his page and, in the ensuing search, discovered an alarming number of Alastair Taylors all over the world. Creating a matrix of miniature portraits on metal, Alastair weaves together a world map of a multitude of unknown namesakes.

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Image: Alastair Taylor, Matrix (detail), 2017

 

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WA Inspired Art Quilters
May
5
to Jun 18

WA Inspired Art Quilters

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Using needle and thread instead of paint and brush the WA Inspired Art Quilt Group, consisting of eight like-minded award-winning quilters, create contemporary quilts that share kinship with painters as much as they do with traditional hand sewers. Setting themselves themes, the works on display represent quintessential WA conditions – Sand, Scheme, Strata and Salt (series 1) and Primary Industry (series 2).  

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Image: Pat Forster, Half-Pipe Locking Bars, 2015

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The Gurawu Collection
Mar
24
to Apr 30

The Gurawu Collection

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Yamaji Artists

A celebration of the wildflower stories and landscapes of the Yamaji region in the Midwest of Western Australia, through expressionist styling to convey the traditional cultural stories of the artists.

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Image: Sonya Edney and Jennifer Green, Tracks on Wildflower Country (detail), acrylic on Belgian linen

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Floating Marks
Mar
24
to Apr 30

Floating Marks

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Dragica Milunovic

Working with a minimalist, process based aesthetic, Dragica Milunovic builds her paintings with many layers of small marks to create a sense of infinity. Utilising the qualities of transparent and reflective materials she creates an environment that is subject to its own optical change.

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Image: Dragica Milunovic, Mark Series 3 No. 25 (detail), oil on canvas 

 

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Note To Self | Artists in Focus
Feb
10
to Mar 19

Note To Self | Artists in Focus

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Curated by Anna Sabadini

As head of Painting in the now School of Design and Art at Curtin University, Ben taught many of WA’s finest mid-career artists including Geoffrey Drake-Brockman, Stuart Green, Bevan Honey, Angela McHarrie and Gina Moore. We take a look at some samples of how these artists have developed across their own careers. 

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Image: Bevan Honey, Honey Stack

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Note To Self | Ben Joel
Feb
10
to Mar 19

Note To Self | Ben Joel

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Shire of Mundaring Retrospective Art Acquisition Exhibition

Curated by Anna Sabadini

In celebration of the rich vein of artistic talent within the Mundaring community, the annual Shire of Mundaring Art Acquisition exhibition takes a retrospective look at the life and work of renowned Western Australian artist Ben Joel. Primarily a painter, Ben has a wide range of interests and expertise in traditional and contemporary processes in most media. In this exhibition, along with work spanning some decades there will be a range of never before seen drawings and preparatory work and new high fidelity digital pieces. 

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Image: Ben Joel, Boiling Office 2016, digital hybrid

 

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Tied Up with String
Nov
11
to Dec 21

Tied Up with String

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MAC celebrates the festive season with a cornucopia of contemporary craft secreted in 50 identical wooden boxes. This covert exhibition happens before the display in a twist of fate where buyers can purchase a secret artwork, sight unseen, and will only know who's artwork they have at the Opening of the Boxes on 11 November. There are only 50 covetable works of art, contributed by an impressive list of WA artists, to be ‘auctioned’ off to the first fifty buyers. 

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PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Amanda Alderson
Hans Arkeveld
Christine Atkins
Denise Brown
Paul Caporn
Mikaela Castledine
Steve Castledine
Olga Cironis
Helen Clarke
Kelly Comber
Moira Court
Peter Dailey
Caitlin Dominey

Stuart Elliott
Eva Fernandez
Judith Forrest
Marie Haass
Fiona Harman
Jenny Haynes
Bevan Honey
Joan Johnson
Jessica Jubb
Bernard Kerr
Mich Lee
Bethamy Linton
Andre Lipscombe

Coral Lowry
Caroline Lyttle
Gayle Mason
Angela McHarrie
Lia McKnight
Antony Muia
Alan Muller
Tee Ken Ng
Sandie Schroder
Nien Schwarz
Nalda Searles
David Small
Sue Starcken

Nick Statham
Catherine Swioklo
Alastair Taylor
Sarah Thornton-Smith
Sarah Toohey
Linda van der Merwe
Susie Vickery
Katrina Virgona
Karin Wallace
Vanessa Wallace
Anne Williams

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Gifted
Nov
11
to Dec 21

Gifted

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An exciting selection of West Australian artists create installations to share their “gift” through display and residency, plus invite people to take part in workshops to create gifts for Christmas.  

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1 - 27 NOVEMBER | AMANDA ALDERSON, ANNA HADWIN & ANNEMIEKE MULDERS

 

Anna Hadwin's delightfully quirky crocheted critters pay MAC a visit

IN RESIDENCE | WED 16 AND SUN 20 NOVEMBER, 11AM-3PM

 

Annemieke Mulders presents her whimsical ceramic teapots and beakers

IN RESIDENCE | THU 17 AND THU 24 NOVEMBER, 10AM - 3PM 

FREE WORKSHOP | THU 17 NOVEMBER 10AM - 12PM 

 

Amanda Alderson shares her ‘Curious and Rare Article’ boxes 

IN RESIDENCE | FRI 18 AND FRI 25 NOVEMBER, 11AM - 3PM

FREE WORKSHOP | FRI 18 NOVEMBER 10AM - 12PM 


2 - 21 DECEMBER | HOLLY AND JILL O'MEEHAN OF GOLDEN WATTLE HOOKERS AND DENISE AND PATRICK BROWN OF VIBE CERAMICS

 

Holly and Jill O'Meehan aka 'Golden Wattle Hookers' crochet the gallery into a gloriously colourful installation

IN RESIDENCE | TUE 13 - FRI 16 DECEMBER, 11AM - 3PM

WORKSHOP | FRI 16 DECEMBER 12.30PM - 3PM 

 

Denise and Patrick Brown, the VIBE Ceramic Studio creators, share their latest hues in tableware plus mixed media works

IN RESIDENCE | TUE 6 - THU 8 AND TUE 13 - THU 15 DECEMBER, 11AM - 3PM

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Caroline Lyttle | Returning to the Garden
Sep
30
to Nov 6

Caroline Lyttle | Returning to the Garden

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Artist in Focus

Caroline Lyttle reflects on life experiences through the lens of the garden, using paint and mixed media.

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Image: Caroline Lyttle, Life Force (detail), mixed media on paper.

 

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Fire Works
Sep
30
to Nov 6

Fire Works

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Sandie Schroder and Nick Statham

Responding to their bushland environment and the ever present threat of bushfire, Sandie creates her work by burning cotton paper and wood panels to express vulnerability and beauty. Nick’s background in Landscape Architecture, design and love of wood is portrayed through his natural and geometric sculptural forms.

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Image: Sandie Schroder, Floral Ignition III (detail), pyrography on paper

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Left to My Own Devices
Aug
19
to Sep 25

Left to My Own Devices

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Sarah Thornton-Smith

An investigation of the relationship between attributes of colour through constructions in paper, soft woods and metal foils rendered in gouache. Sarah, an artist and designer, presents an intimate experience of experiment and play.

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Image: Sarah Thornton-Smith, Poppin’ (detail), gouache on paper

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Mundaring Environmental Art Project 2016
Aug
19
to Sep 25

Mundaring Environmental Art Project 2016

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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 2016 Mundaring Environmental Art Banners to be displayed in the town centre.

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Image: One of the Banner designs from 2012 MEAP by then Year 7 student, Verily Carter-Taylor from Mt Helena Primary School

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A Needle Pulling Thread | Machines and Makers Community Art Exhibition
Jul
8
to Aug 14

A Needle Pulling Thread | Machines and Makers Community Art Exhibition

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Curated by Sarah Toohey

With a cornucopia of stitched objects assembled in a shrine to the sewing machine, A Needle Pulling Thread is an exhibition of works created by community groups, high school and primary school students working with textile artist Sarah Toohey. They tell stories of personal connections to the sewing machine and local history through stitch, fabric and embellishment.

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Machines and Makers
Jul
8
to Aug 14

Machines and Makers

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Curated by Jude van der Merwe

Mundaring celebrates our regions sewing history with leading contemporary artists responding to the political, social and economic impacts of the invention and use of the domestic sewing machine (1850’s -1980’s) as well as selected historic sewing machines from the Collection of Charles Lithgow.   Featuring works by Angela McHarrie, Coral Lowry, Eva Fernandez, Geoffrey Drake Brockman, Judith Forrest, Linda van der Merwe, Mikaela Castledine, Nalda Searles, Paul Caporn, Stuart Elliott, Susie Vickery and Tee Ken Ng, the exhibition will be opened by fashion designer and artist Megan Salmon.

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Aliesha Mafrici
May
27
to Jun 26

Aliesha Mafrici

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Artist in Focus

Nominated by ECU lecturers as a student with exceptional potential, Aliesha explores the limitations of our ability to interpret the world through mixed media, print and sculpture.

IN RESIDENCE | TUE'S AND FRI'S 11AM - 3PM FROM 27 MAY – 24 JUN 2016

EXHIBITION OPENING | 7PM - 8.30PM FRI 24 JUN 2016

EXHIBITION | SAT 25 JUN AND SUN 26 JUN 2016

 

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Image: Aliesha Mafrici, Limitation, Artists Book (detail), mixed media on paper

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Fusion
May
27
to Jun 26

Fusion

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Celebrating FUSION and the collective works created in a series of ‘whole of community’ workshops for all abilities, including people with high support needs.

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Image: Lionel Road Bus Shelter (detail) created by participants in Fusion workshop with Dan Duggan

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Stepping Stones
Apr
22
to May 22

Stepping Stones

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Anthony Muia

Stepping Stones explores the power art has to expand and liberate us. Spilling into sculpture, audio and installation, the exhibition sees exposure to art as a form of self-help culture, utilising the gallery as a place of relaxation and contemplation. Through his multi-media work and ancient yogic meditation, Muia encourages us to slow down, be mindful and engage with art. 

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Image: Antony Muia, Father and Son (detail), mixed media on paper

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Migration and Settlement
Apr
17
3:00 PM15:00

Migration and Settlement

Presented as the Shire of Mundaring Open Art Acquisition, artists respond to the Shire’s Indigenous and multicultural heritage and the communities that evolved across the vast areas of the region.

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Image: Thomas Hoareau, An Antipodean Dream (detail), oil on linen

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