The Expanded Print @ Watt Space

  EXHIBITION The Expanded Print curated by Ellen Starrett and Danielle Minett 02 March  – 20 March 2016  |  Watt Space Gallery OFFICIAL OPENING: March 3rd from 6:30pm THE EXPANDED PRINT is an art exhibition celebrating artist books, photo books, zines and print works. The Expanded Print exhibition pushes the boundaries of the modern zines, artist and photo books into an expanded form and opens up a range of possibilities for photography and print medium. The exhibition is running at Watt Space Gallery from March 2 – 20. The Book Fair (March 12th 11am-5pm) will be an opportunity to experience…

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Turning Over @ Art Systems Wickham

EXHIBITIONTurning OverCaelli Jo Brooker, Alison Smith and Ahn WellsFriday 18 November – Sunday 27 November 2016  |  Art Systems WickhamOFFICIAL OPENING: Saturday 19 November, from 3pmTurning Over features new work by three Newcastle based artists Caelli Jo Brooker, Alison Smith and Ahn Wells, whose recent explorations into sculpture, photo media and painting have prompted the group to exhibit together. The exhibition’s title references multiple thematic aspects of the work for exhibition through evoking the turn from day to night, and from two to three dimensions, as well as the shift towards spherical structures, diurnal cycles and expanded scales of focus. Turning Over also represents the amount of both calendar…

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Technê: Crafting Technology @ The University Gallery

EXHIBITIONTechnê: Crafting TechnologyWednesday 24 August  – Saturday 03 September 2016  |  The University GalleryOFFICIAL OPENING: Professor Mario Minichiello will launch the exhibition on Thursday 25 AUGUST from 5:30pmTechnê refers to art, craft, and skill,and the means by which a thing is made or gained –a process of making and thinking.Technê: crafting technology presents work by women who engage with technology in their creative practice. These makers, artists, designers and writers explore the unique outcomes and combinations that arise through the layering of art and design.Image: Simone O’Callaghan, Bathtime, cyanotype, 2011The University Gallery is open Wednesday to Friday 10am - 5pm,Saturday 12pm - 4pm, or by appointment.For enquiries please…

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Pagination: the book as object

EXHIBITIONPagination: The Book as Object & The Australian Book Design AwardsWednesday 30 March  – Saturday 30 April 2016  |  The University GalleryOFFICIAL OPENING: University Librarian, Gregory Anderson will launch the exhibitions on FRIDAY 1 APRIL from 5:30pmPAGINATION & AUSTRALIAN BOOK DESIGN AWARDSCelebrate the book as an engaging vehicle for artistic imagination as well as excellence in Australian book design over the past year. Join us at the University Gallery for the launch of two exhibitions, Pagination: the Book as Object and the 2015 Australian Book Design Awards.The work of local, national and international makers concerned with the book as a creative medium…

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The Expanded Print @ Watt Space

EXHIBITIONThe Expanded Printcurated by Ellen Starrett and Danielle Minett02 March  – 20 March 2016  |  Watt Space GalleryOFFICIAL OPENING: March 3rd from 6:30pmTHE EXPANDED PRINT is an art exhibition celebrating artist books, photo books, zines and print works.The Expanded Print exhibition pushes the boundaries of the modern zines, artist and photo books into an expanded form and opens up a range of possibilities for photography and print medium. The exhibition is running at Watt Space Gallery from March 2 – 20.The Book Fair (March 12th 11am-5pm) will be an opportunity to experience a display of student works along side practicing…

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Not Just Collage @ Gallery 139

EXHIBITIONNot Just CollageWednesday 03 February – Saturday 20 February 2016  |  Gallery 139OFFICIAL OPENING: Saturday 6 February, 2-4pmA gallery curated exhibition exploring the art form created by the simple act of cutting and glueing things together and onto a surface to make an artwork. It first became recognised as a form of artistic expression during the Synthetic Cubism period. Think Picasso and Braque. Collage became an important tool for the Dadaists and throughout Surrealism and eventually found a forefather in the art of Kurt Schwitters. This exhibition celebrates the wonderfully liberating use of mixed media used by the exhibiting artists…

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Thinking/Making: Does making help creative thinking?

EXHIBITIONThinking/Making: Does making help creative thinking? 05 December 2015 – 05 February 2016  |  Curious Projects, Eastbourne, UKAn exhibition of 27 selected artists’ maquettes and models exploring thinking through making.Curious Gallery Winter 2015-16 showRather than showing finished work, this was an exhibition of three-dimensional ‘sketches’, models and maquettes, made as part of the artists’ creative thinking process – either a kind of ‘making’ used purely as a thinking tool and/or as an aid to making actual work.Curious Projects received over 100 entries in response to their 'call for artists' to submit their maquettes and models. The result is a selection of 27 pieces that shows…

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