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This exhibition presents an outstanding body of work by one of Australia’s greatest artists working in clay. Meet Prue Venables in this unique opportunity to hear her discussing her work. Living Treasures, Australian Painting, The Nines, Artist At Work, Great Artists, Hamilton, Melbourne, Opportunity, Art Gallery

Artist Floor Talk by Prue Venables | Friday 13 December 2019, 2:30pm

This exhibition presents an outstanding body of work by one of Australia’s greatest artists working in clay. Meet Prue Venables in this unique opportunity to hear her discussing her work. #Hamilton #ArtGallery

Cressida Campbell (b.1960) is an Australian artist. She developed an interest in woodblock printing when she studied in 1980 at the Yoshida Hanga Academy in Tokyo. She draws her compositions on plywood, carves the outlines and paints the image in many layers of watercolour. The finished picture is sprayed with water and a single impression taken. The result is one print and one block. #CressidaCampbell #woodblock Australian Painting, Australian Artists, Meet The Artist, Woodblock Print, Art Gallery, Victoria, Outlines, Plywood, Watercolour

Meet the Artist & Exhibition Opening - Cressida Campbell | Thursday 16 May 2019, 6:00pm

Cressida Campbell (b.1960) is an Australian artist. She developed an interest in woodblock printing when she studied in 1980 at the Yoshida Hanga Academy in Tokyo. She draws her compositions on plywood, carves the outlines and paints the image in many layers of watercolour. The finished picture is sprayed with water and a single impression taken. The result is one print and one block. #CressidaCampbell #woodblock

Pierre Mukeba was born in the shadows of civil war in Bukavu in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Mukeba was granted asylum in Australia in 2006 and is now based in Adelaide. He produces large-scale figurative paintings that deal with events from his life in Africa. Mukeba won the Churchie National Emerging Art Prize in 2017 and is a finalist in the 2019 Ramsay Art Prize. #EmergingArtist #PierreMukeba Meet The Artist, Asylum, Congo, Figure Painting, Figurative, Shadows, Scale, Africa, Australia

Meet the Artist & Floortalk - Pierre Mukeba | Wednesday 8 May 2019, 5:30pm

Pierre Mukeba was born in the shadows of civil war in Bukavu in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Mukeba was granted asylum in Australia in 2006 and is now based in Adelaide. He produces large-scale figurative paintings that deal with events from his life in Africa. Mukeba won the Churchie National Emerging Art Prize in 2017 and is a finalist in the 2019 Ramsay Art Prize. #EmergingArtist #PierreMukeba

Inspired by experiences in the natural world for many years now, Clare Belfrage has forged an international reputation for her distinguished work with detailed and complex glass drawing on blown glass forms. Australian Painting, Meet The Artist, Natural World, Glass Art, Blown Glass, Inspiration, Garden, Events, Inspired

Meet the Artist - Clare Belfrage Floortalk | Thursday 28 February 2019, 6:00pm

Inspired by experiences in the natural world for many years now, Clare Belfrage has forged an international reputation for her distinguished work with detailed and complex glass drawing on blown glass forms. #GlassArt #glass #exhibition #ClareBelfrage

Just loved this book! Great Book leading into a Geography or history unit on Australia. Alison Lester tells such wonderful stories. Books Australia, Australia Day, Brisbane Australia, Australia Travel, Alison Lester, Australian Curriculum, Book Week, Penguin Books, Children's Literature

Book Signing & Meet the Author | Thursday 21 February 2019, 2:00pm

'Alison Lester: Are we there yet? A Journey around Australia' showcases original illustrations by Alison Lester for Are we there Yet? along with her preliminary work for the making of this book. It includes her ideas and sketches, page-roughs and dummy-books, her children's travel journals, family photographs taken on a journey around Australia - and the all important map. Curated by Books Illustrated. #AlisonLester #BookIllustration #exhibition

‘Rhys Colliton, Proprietor Baimbridge Antiques - on Toby Jugs’ in conjunction with our exhibition of Toby Jugs and Royal Doulton from the permanent collection staged to coincide with ‘Stephen Bird: Bastard Son of Royal Doulton’ Royal Doulton, Lunch Time, Asian Art, Metal Working, Lanterns, Contemporary Art, Bird, Earthenware, Antiques

Rhys Colliton, Proprietor Baimbridge Antiques - on Toby Jugs | Wednesday 6 February 2019, 12:00pm

‘Rhys Colliton, Proprietor Baimbridge Antiques - on Toby Jugs’ in conjunction with our exhibition of Toby Jugs and Royal Doulton from the permanent collection staged to coincide with ‘Stephen Bird: Bastard Son of Royal Doulton’ #event #TobyJugs

Stephen Bird was born in England and moved to Scotland at the age of seven, he studied in Scotland and Cyprus. The exhibition surveys the past 20 years of the artist's practice, including early works which reflect Bird’s travels to India and Nepal before settling in Australia in 1999. #StephenBird #ContemporaryArt Moving To Scotland, Meet The Artist, India Travel, Cyprus, 20 Years, Nepal, Contemporary Art, The Past, England

Meet the Artist - Stephen Bird Flootalk | Friday 8 February 2019, 1:00 - 1:45pm

Stephen Bird was born in England and moved to Scotland at the age of seven, he studied in Scotland and Cyprus. The exhibition surveys the past 20 years of the artist's practice, including early works which reflect Bird’s travels to India and Nepal before settling in Australia in 1999. #StephenBird #ContemporaryArt

In a small town in Umbria, Central Italy, a group of asylum seekers finds meaning and pride in their new country through arts practice. Artist/Art Therapist Virginia Ryan will describe her own practice and screen a short documentary - The Art of Migration. The film follows West African image-makers from Autumn 2016 to Spring 2017 as it explores the creative act as one of the paths to orient the self in a new, foreign reality. #events #February African Image, Image Makers, Asylum, Artist Art, Fall 2016, Small Towns, Documentary, Paths, Virginia

The Art of Migration | Public talk and documentary screening | Monday 4 February 2019, 12:00pm

In a small town in Umbria, Central Italy, a group of asylum seekers finds meaning and pride in their new country through arts practice. Artist/Art Therapist Virginia Ryan will describe her own practice and screen a short documentary - The Art of Migration. The film follows West African image-makers from Autumn 2016 to Spring 2017 as it explores the creative act as one of the paths to orient the self in a new, foreign reality. #events #February