Upcoming Events › Exhibitions
Adam Geczy An installation of video and related works on the themes of “clown” and child’s play as languages unto themselves.
Stephen Bennett After discovering Umbrella Studio at the beginning of 2017, Stephen Bennett developed a love for printmaking and with the help of the studio access group has found a new way to express the unspoken.
Lucas Davidson An exhibition of video work that by Lucas Davidson challenging our idea of the human form.
David Jones This exhibition by David Jones interrogates societal denial of the violent nature of Australia’s national foundation as a ‘settler’ problem, which was framed by the contemporary clinical and social concept of a ‘vicious cycle of anxiety’. This body of work aims to disrupt the denial of invasion and the erasure of Aboriginal culture through accepted narratives of European settlement of Australia.
PressNorth Printmakers, Firestation Print Studio and two invited American groups, Bluegrass Printmakers and Second State Press, collaborate in the sixth Postcard print exchange exhibition to share and extend the diversity of all members' innovative printmaking techniques and transferable skills, and to encourage new friendships with each organisation’s members.
Al Green This exhibition showcases the culmination of photographs from Al Green’s 100 vintage portrait project that took place during and after the Pop Up North Queensland art festival in 2017. Using 100 different vintage lenses to photograph his subjects, Al has captured the audience as the art.
Working with a groundbreaking touring model, The Partnershipping Project features the work of twenty regionally-based artists responding to the question “does place still matter”? Touring from Burnie (TAS) to Townsville (QLD), Lismore (NSW) and Mt. Gambier (SA) and back, each iteration of the exhibition, installed in eight small boats, will offer different regional perspectives on pressing global problems. Queensland artists involved in the project are: Anne Lord, Brian Robinson, Gail Mabo, Obery Sambo, Rob Douma and Vanghoua Anthony Vue. Check…
Townsville Watercolour Group Where to with Water presents a group of experimental works in which members of the Townsville Watercolour Group challenge and extend their usual practice and vision by exploring unfamiliar and unusual methods, techniques and subject matter.
North Queensland Conservation Council’s invitational exhibition and fundraising auction of collectable miniature artworks by artists who care about the environment. All welcome to the artwork auction: Friday 21 June 2019
Legacy: Reflections on Mabo celebrates the man behind the game-changing Native Title Act, Eddie Koiki Mabo, and the ongoing influence and impact he has had on Australian society and culture. This travelling exhibition brings together 26 Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists in the spirit of reconciliation, 27 years after this historic achievement. Each artist has responded to an aspect of Mabo they were drawn to, whether it was his life, politics, activism or legacy. The artworks come together in surprising ways,…