HOBIENNALE ARTS FESTIVAL
The 2017 HOBIENNALE (HB17) is a new and unique arts festival which will take place in Hobart from the 3rd - 12th November 2017.
Multicultural Women's Sewing Group 2017 Program
Multicultural Women's Sewing Group Inc.
Every Saturday and Wednesday in Brunswick, a quiet but powerful thing has been happening. Community is being created as women come together to explore the hand made, to sew and share with each other.
Football Club Supporters Artworks
The creation of a series of artworks depicting supporters from each of the AFL clubs. The aim is to show the importance of a club to its supporters and, in turn, highlight their value to the game.
TREAT YOURSELF is an exhibition by Melbourne artist collective CHAD launching in Mental Health Week 2017. The multidisciplinary showcase explores the relationship between creativity and mental health.
Women Sculptors Initiative
Lorne Sculpture Biennale
The Women Sculptors Initiative has been created by the curator of the Lorne Sculpture Biennale to raise essential funds to pay grants to women sculptors who have been selected to exhibit at the event.
James Capper and Katzki
This unique creative exchange will pair an international artist with a local filmmaker and use their practice to explore the Australian landscape and engage with a vibrant regional community.
A Molly Meldrum statue for Richmond
City of Yarra
Molly Meldrum is without doubt an icon of Australian music. At the request of his friends and supporters, Yarra Council will commission a statue to celebrate Melbourne’s much-loved music legend.
Public Art in Fremantle Project
3D Art for Fremantle Inc
Working with the City of Fremantle to bring dynamic contemporary art to the City - public art and heritage works that provide memorable experiences of Fremantle.