27 July – 18 August 2018
Glass works that represent the contradictory and wonderfully complex nature of the human condition.
8 June – 14 September 2018
Featuring work by artists with disabilities that demonstrate how art enriches our spaces and lives.
20 July – 31 July 2018
CAPO EMERGING ARTISTS’ PRIZE
Curated by Angus McGrath and featuring Jeremy Brown, Dean Cross, Bryan Foong, Alex Hobba, Skye Jamieson, and Nyx Mathews.
1 June – 2 August 2018
These new works by artist Paul Dumetz explore functional ware; featuring striking and unique surfaces, colours and wood ash glazes, the pieces are at once utilitarian and beautiful.
A sense of place plays a huge role in the significance of our memories. Whether pulling away, or yearning to return, through the revisiting of past events we are bound to places through experience.
People understand the body inherently, it is a subject with which they empathise. These etchings investigate how imagery of the human body can be used as a vessel for emotional expression.
Public Art At Belconnen Arts Centre Dancers on a Lakefront By Konstantin Dimopoulos (2010) On my site visit I was…
Three day workshops
David Heap, who runs the popular Flexibility Stretching classes, is delighted to be introducing Canberra’s first Stretching Sleep & Happiness Workshops in 2018.
Sat 14 July > 11:00am – 3:00pm
A celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture through art & craft workshops, songs, stories, dance and ceremony, featuring free and fun activities for the whole family.