David Green: Revisiting yesterday arriving tomorrow
Emeritus Professor David Green completed visual arts at the Royal College of Art in London in the 1960s, and his background since is as a designer, painter, embroiderer, drawer and illustrative artist of sleeping surrealisms.
Lola Greeno: Cultural Jewels
Lola Greeno’s award-winning talent in shell-working is magnificently displayed in Cultural Jewels with highly visual and textural works, each uniquely championing the traditions and culture of the Indigenous women of Tasmania’s Cape Barren and Flinders Islands.
X: CSU Photography
The popular Photography Graduation Exhibition by students from Charles Sturt University returns for its tenth year in 2017. X: CSU Photography showcases the next wave of exciting and talented young photographers with an eclectic array of creative talent and ideas.
Dancing with the Flame: Contemporary Australian Lampwork
Showcasing the work of glass artists from across Australia, Dancing with the Flame is a unique project promoting the contemporary techniques and styles of the rich and creative tradition of lampworking.
Proud Mary: Daniel Mudie Cunningham
Tina Turner’s cover of Proud Mary is Daniel Mudie Cunningham’s funeral song. Since this performance video was conceived in 2007, Daniel has committed to document his aging process by re-staging it every five years until the series is interrupted by his death.
Lorraine Tye: Guya-gu Marraanba Yinaa: One Woman Fish Net
Wiradjuri artist Lorraine Tye presents the new installation Guya-gu Marraanba Yinaa: One Woman Fish Net, a 4.5-metre high woven structure in the form of a Wiradjuri fishing net, accompanied by a school of individually woven fish.