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Life After NYC

March 10 - April 16

Life drawing (drawing the human form in its various postures) has been practised by humans from prehistory to the present largely driven by the ideologies or purposes of the times.  Since the 16th century it has been an integral, even principal discipline of art practice.  As such, completion of a life drawing marathon at the New York Studio School is a mandatory component of its Master’s Program since its inception in 1988. Marathons are held a number of times during the year, and involve ten consecutive twelve hour days of intensive drawing of the model/s.  Rob Douma and Donna Foley each completed a marathon in 2016. Whilst the realities of each were a positive experience, they came away with quite different perspectives perhaps shaped by their personal life experiences possibly predisposed by gender.  Their exhibition Life After NYC explores themes in common from their unique perspectives augmented by supplementary expressions of difference.

Opening Launch: 6pm Friday 10 March 2017

Peace 300 15cm


March 10 - April 16

Paul Mumme’s latest exhibition brings together a new series of video performance works and photographic works, manipulating and subverting the performative, symbolic and utilitarian aspects of hands in order to gesture at issues of the human condition.

Opening Launch: 6pm Friday 10 March 2017

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Suburban Savagery

March 10 - April 16

An exhibition by Al Green.

Suburban savagery, one photographer’s statement on the scourge of family violence.

Opening Launch: 6pm Friday 10 March 2017


Through Skin

April 21 - May 28

Responding to her experiences living in Darwin from 2005-13, Kennedy’s drawings and soft sculptures are at once sensual, mysterious and darkly beautiful. Using the meditative repetition of her drawing and sculptural processes, Kennedy creates glistening, organic forms that hint at desire and fear.

Opening Launch: 6pm Friday 21 April 2017


Suburban Wildlife, The Great Bowerbird

April 21 - May 28

Laura Castell highlights the beauty of this bird and connection with humans as providers of ‘beautiful’ waste. This exhibition uses printmaking techniques to create two dimensional artwork, an artist book and sculptural work.

Opening Launch: 6pm Friday 21 April 2017



April 21 - May 28

This exhibition by Katya Venter explores ideas of women's psyche, intuition, mobility and ritualistic use of dolls as a guidance.

Opening Launch: 6pm Friday 21 April 2017


Groovin the Moo Festival

April 30

The much anticipated giant caterpillar sculpture that has been worked on by over 140 people in the Townsville art community during 8 workshops will be displayed in the Stranded tent at the Groovin the Moo festival for a one time only exhibition.

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Ad Wer: Story of the Stars from Eastern Torres Strait @ Charters Towers Regional Gallery

May 29 - June 27

Ad Wer: Story of the Stars from Eastern Torres Strait is a body of linocut print artworks by Tommy Pau based on the constellations and the science of astronomy used by eastern Torres Strait Islanders.

This exhibition is touring Queensland during 2017 and 2018.

Wasteland 2014 Zoe Porter


June 2 - July 9

Zoe Porter’s practice spans drawing, painting, performance and projection, creating engaging and expansive experiences through collaborations with dancers, circus performers and musicians.

Opening Launch: 6pm Friday 2 June 2017



June 2 - July 9

Featuring: Adam Cusack, Nic Plowman, Louisa Ennis-Thomas, Julie Poulsen, Daniel Butterworth and Joel Rea

These six artists explore the ideas, motifs and images from influential Australian artists, such as George Lambert, Ian Fairweather, Sydney Nolan and Albert Tucker, singling out works they feel they have a relationship with, examining them according to their own artistic practices.

Opening Launch: 6pm Friday 2 June 2017

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