Events for
22 January 2018    -    29 January 2018

    Syndicate III (The Council)

    Location Chapel Gallery
    Exhibition opening Friday 24 November, 6pm The Council is a new body of work by Western Australian artist Stuart Elliott, underpinned by his philosophical approach of *fakeology,  - bogus archaeology.  For these imposing sculptural  works, the back line of a set of life size chess pieces has been the departure point.  Although ...

    Resonant Recycling

    Location Convent Gallery
    Opening Friday 8 December, 6pm Resonant Recycling present new works by local emerging artist and recent Honours graduate from ECU’s visual arts program in the South West Rebecca Corps. For this exhibition, Corps explores our society’s fascination with the “new and improved” and the constant push to renovate and replace our ...
    Bibbulmun Noongar/Yamatji Budymia International artist Tjyllyungoo/Lance Chadd, makes autobiographical artworks, imbued with spiritual gravitas. He paints under his traditional tribal name Tjyllyungoo, given to him by his Father meaning Old Man/Law man/Wisdom. This exhibition presents works from his Boorongorup collection, expressions of the sacred birth place of Totemism for the ...

    Salt: The Blue Series 2018

    Location Convent Gallery
    Opening Friday 19 January, 6pm.   Salt: The Blue Series 2018 is a collaboration between two South West artists – Tracie Anderson and Sharon Hinchliffe. A shared love of the ocean is evident in their works, and their complimentary styles and materials offer a delightful insight into the shorelines of our region. ...

    Interpretations: Australind Art Club

    Location Fourth Gallery
    Formed in 1985, the Australind Art Club has had over 200 members over its lifetime.  The Club meets weekly, Mondays and Wednesdays at the Stirling Street Art Centre.  The members are committed diligently to developing their individual skills and aesthetics while sharing experiences and discoveries in an encouraging, supportive manner.  ...
    Painting the Town explores over 100 years of the history of Bunbury through works from the City of Bunbury Art Collection. The artworks trace the changing landscape of the town and surrounds from the early 1900s to the present. Through artists’ impressions history has been recorded, providing an important link to ...

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