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The Story So Far

The Story So Far…

Selected Indigenous works from the Moreland Art Collection

Curated by Kate ten Buuren

In conjunction with NAIDOC week the Counihan
Gallery In Brunswick presents the

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Poppy Elixir – Citrus Knightshade – Sarah Jäckle

Soma – Brunswick, 421 Sydney Road, Brunswick

Poppy Elixir
Citrus Knightshade
Sarah Jäckle

Poppy Elixir?s paintings explore the fluctuations and variance of intimacy through the depiction of intense human interaction and

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Darebin Arts Speakeasy

Noir Darkroom Submissions Open

Dale Frank at Neon Parc

June 30 – August 12

Opening Friday 30 June 6.00pm

Neon Parc is delighted to announce the opening of new work by one of Australia’s most critically acclaimed and widely respected contemporary artists,

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Peggy van Praagh Choreographic Fellowship

Applications close 31 July 2017

 Ausdance invite eligible choreographers who can demonstrate the value of the fellowship to their own choreographic development, practice or career to submit an expression of interest.

Your fellowship activities should be completed within two years. The fellowship will not contribute to a performance, but you must produce a public outcome of some description

Fellowship

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Wendy Korol – Present Tense

Opening Thursday 29 June, 6pm

29 June ? 9 July
The heroes of Wendy Korol?s making are overlooked, commonplace objects such as handles and knobs. We

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MoreArt Application Open

MoreArt Public Art Show

MoreArt Public Art Show

Our annual art in public spaces event along Moreland’s iconic transport corridors.

Applications open now!

MoreArt is our annual art-in-public-spaces event that continues to surprise and engage

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Ian Potter Grants

Applications close 12 September 2017

The Cultural Trust is committed to encouraging excellence and supporting a vibrant, world-class arts scene in Australia. The Cultural Trust offers grants up to $7,000 to assist emerging and early career artists of exceptional talent to take up professional development opportunities, usually overseas.

They support applicants who can demonstrate both initiative and exceptional talent, together with an ability to convert their ambitions to reality.

The Trust primarily provides

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Powershorts Film Competition

Powershop and MIFF are inviting filmmakers (and anyone) in Australia to create a short film for the inaugural Powershorts Film Competition

To enter, you must shoot a film using

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tilde Submissions Open

Applications close 30 June 2017

 tilde: Melbourne Trans & Gender Diverse Film Festival is seeking submissions for their third international festival in October 2017.  tilde was founded in 2014 to showcase the work of trans and gender diverse filmmakers as well as films containing trans and gender diverse content and characters.

tilde is seeking short and feature length entries of all genres from across the globe. Films will be selected in line with the festival values. tilde highlights the stories and perspectives

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Inter Active at in.cube8r

This is a group #exhibition. But the art wont be created until the exhibition starts.

What?

We are inviting Melbourne creatives to come and DO ART in our space over a two week

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Fringe Furniture Regos now open

Artists and designers of Melbourne, Fringe invites you to step out of the echo chamber for Fringe Furniture 31. Are you a designer / architect / sculptor

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City of Melbourne Grants

Applications close 29 May 2017

Each year the City of Melbourne supports and celebrates its overwhelmingly creative and talented community through its annual arts grants program.

Grants of up to $20,000 are open to artists and creatives across all disciplines – including performance, new media music, dance, theatre and visual art.

Arts grants are available

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Noah Spivak – eigengrau

8 ~ 25 JUNE
Opening Thursday 8 June, 6pm

Born and raised in Vancouver, Spivak’s works offer no personal autobiography. They do not reference photography’s most commercially

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Noir Darkroom opening

Chris Moses displays a collection of his contemporary photography in his inaugural exhibition titled ‘Koi Baat Nahi’.

The works transport us to a new viewpoint from

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On now at the Honeymoon Suite

Perceptual Abstraction

Christopher Day Elizabeth Newman John Nixon Nick Ryrie Antonia Sellbach Esther Stewart Fairy Turner Lydia Wegner

Exhibition Friday 2 June – Saturday 1 July  2017

Perceptual abstraction was traditionally devoid of narrative, instead placing an emphasis on the clarity and precision

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Sensory Garden at beinArt Gallery

City of Sydney Libraries Artwork Activation

Connecting Places EOIs Open

Australia Council Grants Open

Applications close 6 June 2017

 The Australia Council grants program supports a diverse range of artists, organisations, artistic practice and arts activity.

If you are an individual artist, arts worker or group of artists, a Career Development Grant can provide support to further develop your skills or improve your capacity to build

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Artist Opportunities at BSG

Call for: Expressions of Interest for Exhibitions in 2017 at BSG

With multiple gallery spaces, we have a variety of approaches for our curatorial platform. Offering space for emerging

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Darebin Art Prize – Entries Open

Entries close 27 July 2017

The $10,000 Darebin Art Prize is a biennial multi-medium award for excellence in contemporary visual art.

It is open to Australian citizens or permanent residents residing primarily

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Autumn at Noir Darkroom

May 17 – June 4
Opening on the 19th of May at 6pm for ‘Autumn’.

The theme “AUTUMN is all about change, shedding the past and making way for the new”.

The lineup includes several local artists (including Jessie Scott, who?s

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Frances Cannon – Niceties

18 MAY ~ 4 JUNE
Opening Thursday 18 May, 6pm

ni·ce·ty noun plural noun: niceties a fine detail or distinction, especially one regarded as intricate and fussy. accuracy or precision. a minor aspect of polite social behaviour; a detail of etiquette. This exhibition centres around themes of the body, sexuality, the mind and anxiety, and the pressures placed on contemporary women to act or look a certain way that is socially acceptable. Cannon’s work depicts the human condition and aims to draw an emotional response from the viewer by depicting personal and intimate images. Through the lens of personal experience, the works explore the pressures placed on contemporary women to live up to an unrealistic and outdated standard. Using a variety of aqueous media to create drawings, incorporating figuration, abstraction and text. Cannon uses playful and intuitive imagery, often with a sense of chaos, and has approached each drawing with honesty and vulnerability. read more

Counihan Gallery Artist Talk

Image: Bridget Hillebrand. Floodlines 2017. Linocut, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist

Artists Respond: Critical and Creative Responses to a Changing Planet
Wednesday 17 May, 6.30 ? 8 pm

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Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture

Applications close 17 May 2017

 The Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture 2017, through proposals for an artwork or a completed artwork, will inspire creativity of sculpture in the urban environment and how it can enrich and For more info go here read more

Small Works 2017 Opens Tonight

SmallWorks 2017

322 Brunswick St Fitzroy


Annual Open Call Prize Show

Opening and Announcement of Prizes: Friday 12th May, 6pm-9pm

Closing Party: Friday 2nd

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Finders Keepers Market applications open

Image captured by Mark Lobo at our Melbourne Market

Applications for the Melbourne Spring Summer market are now open

It’s time to apply for our massive Melbourne market taking place at the Royal Exhibition Building on 20th, 21st and 22nd October.

We love receiving applications from new

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Sky Country: Our Connection to the Cosmos

Blak Dot Gallery in partnership with Monash Country Lines Archive, is proud to present Sky Country: Our Connection to the Cosmos, as part of the Yirramboi Festival 2017.

Looking

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Pop Up Art Exhibition – Las Amigas

Call for 2018 Proposals for Counihan Gallery

Coinciding with our call for exhibition proposals for 2018 the Counihan Gallery In Brunswick will conduct a free information session outlining the gallery profile and history,

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Level Playing Field 2017

Sheena Mathieson is seeking participants for Level Playing Field 2017;  a project involving 200 people of all abilities, each creating a unique artwork in

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Feed Back Loop

Image credit ‘Dance For You’, Get To Work (2016)

APRIL 20 – MAY 7

Artists include:

Get To Work | Hannah Donnelly | Talia Smith | Frances Tapueluelu | Jahra ‘Rager’ Wasasala | Katie West

Blak Dot Gallery presents ‘Feedback

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Bent Guesses – Aaron C. Carter

Image: Aaron C. Carter studio view, 2017. Photo by Danny Cohen.


Opening Thursday 4 May, 6-8pm
Exhibition Friday 5 – Saturday 27 May 2017

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Bloomtown – Living Public Art

From 30 April – 21 May the Speaker’s Plinth outside the Counihan Gallery In Brunswick will be transformed into a piece of living and growing public art.

Bloomtown explores

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Decolonising Climate Action

Image: Jahra Rager Wasasala – credit Jocelen Janon photograpghy

Saturday April 29 from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm

Blak Dot Gallery – 33 Saxon Street  Brunswick

Blak Dot Gallery and the Counihan Gallery In Brunswick, in conjunction with ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE

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2017 CRAFT CUBED WINDOW WALK

Image Credit: Ria Green & Aliça Bryson-Haynes The Golden Opportunity Shop at Alpha60, 2015 Craft Window Walk

Craft Cubed Festival is Craft?s annual celebration of the

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Alternating Current Artspace – call out

We are now accepting exhibition proposals for August to December 2017.

Alternating Current Art Space is now accepting applications to exhibit between August to December 2017.

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Tinning Street Presents – Freedom/Uncertainty

FREEDOM/UNCERTAINTY -n A GROUP EXHIBITION CURATED BY Dabi Zhevi

27 APRIL ~ 14 MAY
Opening Thursday 27 April, 6pm

Adrian Carmody (

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