Opening Thursday 13 July, 6pm
13 – 30 July
Luke Duncan King’s practice continually considers the virtues of the biro drawing on paper. Obsessive repetition of line work expresses the tension between what is dangerous
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
Soma – Brunswick, 421 Sydney Road, Brunswick
Poppy Elixir?s paintings explore the fluctuations and variance of intimacy through the depiction of intense human interaction and
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,
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
This is a group #exhibition. But the art wont be created until the exhibition starts.
We are inviting Melbourne creatives to come and DO ART in our space over a two week
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
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
Perceptual AbstractionChristopher 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
Towla & Identity Intersection
1 June until 25 June.
Deanna Hitti’s arts practice concerns the nuanced relationships between East and West and the place from which we look and construct
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
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
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
18 MAY ~ 4 JUNE
Opening Thursday 18 May, 6pm
Artists Respond: Critical and Creative Responses to a Changing Planet
Wednesday 17 May, 6.30 ? 8 pm
322 Brunswick St Fitzroy
Annual Open Call Prize Show
Opening and Announcement of Prizes: Friday 12th May, 6pm-9pm
Closing Party: Friday 2nd
75 Harding Street Coburg
Opening Saturday 13 May from 3 – 6pm
In Black and White explores themes of Black and White, not limited
APRIL 20 – MAY 7
Get To Work | Hannah Donnelly | Talia Smith | Frances Tapueluelu | Jahra ‘Rager’ Wasasala | Katie West
Blak Dot Gallery presents ‘Feedback
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.
The exhibition will launch with an official opening on Friday, April 21st from 6pm-10pm and features the artworks of local and national artists, all working within a diverse
We are pleased to invite you to the opening of our new exhibition FLOW
Colleen Boyle | Clara Brack | Garth Henderson
Heather Hesterman | Bridget
Our second exhibition ‘Autumn’ will also be a group show and submissions are still open until the 21st of April.
Autumn is not necessarily about the weather
Call for entries: now until 22 July 2017
Exhibition date: 19th August – 27st August 2017
Lid it! is an open group exhibition of artworks created on recycled
6 – 23 APRIL
OPENING THURSDAY 6TH APRIL, 6PM
“Maybe it’s a rose in the suburbs at night, or fingertips lit up by the sun, glowing against the sky, but these little snapshots of a life, my life, they lure me in. And while
curated by Lauren Ravi
Opening Thursday 6 April, 6-8pm
Exhibition Friday 7 – Saturday 29 April 2017
The Honeymoon Suite is pleased to announce the opening of Of everything that disappears there remain traces on Thursday 6 April 2017, 6-8pm. The exhibition is curated by board
Wednesday March 29 at 06:30 pm
Counihan Gallery Brunswick Civic Centre, 233 Sydney Rd, Brunswick
Film presentation and Q & A with documentary film maker and critic Megan Spencer. (High Level Frequent Coarse Language. Not for children.)
Documentary Film Maker and critic Megan
15A Union st, Brunswick. Enter from Jewell Station car park
Tama and Renuka will share a collections of works across drawing, printmaking and painting using paper and
23 MARCH – 2 APRIL
OPENING THURSDAY 23RD MARCH, 6-9PM
Ross Vaughan makes paintings informed by his interests in paradoxes, parallel realities and infinite loops, as
Applications close 31 March 2017ArtPlay New Ideas Lab supports proposals between $5000 to $20,000 (artists’ fee together with consumable materials and specialist equipment).
They welcome new ideas from artists of all disciplines for creative projects where children and/or families are co-creators.
Artists do not necessarily need experience in working
Moreland artist Amaya Iturri is one of the artists exhibiting in Selvedge as part of Melbourne Fashion Festival opening tonight.
Insights into ‘football culture’ by gallery namesake Noel Counihan and other artists.
Noel Counihan | Tony Albert
Rupert Betheras | Bernadette Atkinson
Kate Daw &
The Gallery at City Library in Melbourne will be hosting my solo exhibition titled Faces of India. Located at 253 Flinders Lane, the exhibition will be on from 7th March until
2 – 19 MARCH
OPENING THURSDAY 2ND MARCH, 6-9PM
Kate V M Sylvester’s contemporary textile work was included in the 2016 VAMFF Cultural Program as a part of Fabrik;
Tomasz Alen Kopera | Sandra Yagi | Karl Persson | Matthew Levin
beinArt Gallery presents Shadow, an exhibition of new paintings & sculptures featuring Sandra
9 – 26 February
OPENING THURSDAY 9TH FEB, 6-9PM
Anomalous, a new exhibition by Hilary Dodd, consists of paintings which utilise unconventional substances. Through
The Counihan Gallery In Brunswick is pleased to invite you
to opening of two new exhibitions:
As Above, So Below
Opening Celebration: Thursday 2 February, 6