13 June – 21 July
Badger Bates and Justine Muller
A timeline of the love artists Badger Bates and Justine Muller have for the Barka, or Darling River – “our mother and the blood in our veins” – and its people, the Barkandji.
26 July – 1 September
Elizabeth Curry and Thomas Wood
Infinite colours, patterns, shapes, textures and possibilities emerge from this joint exhibition by EASS Award recipients Elizabeth Curry and Thomas Wood.
3 May – 9 June
These sculptures are inspired by geometric shapes, playing with form and perspective, depending on the viewer’s position.
22 March – 28 April
The resonance of an environment and how we engage with it and maneuver through it interests Adair as a point of exploration in this living studio exhibition.
Originally conceived for Sculpture by the Sea 2018 and now re-imagined for the courtyard of Belconnen Arts Centre.
Jensz’s practice involves sculptural objects that reflect on the intricacy of life; as we discover more about our universe, it is often stranger than we could have imagined.
An open exhibition on unframed A3 paper
Artists are being invited from throughout Australia to respond to themes of change, metamorphosis, growth, journey and evolution.
Throughout the year
An exhibition program presented in collaboration with venues across Canberra, IGNITE: 7 features work by artists with lived experience of disability.
Permanent public art at BAC
Learn more about the permanent sculptural public art on-site at Belconnen Arts Centre.
Sun 5 May > 11am
Dance your socks off (for free) at an open Dance for Wellbeing class! All levels of mobility catered for.
Specially commissioned dancers from the ACT and region in a program that is sure to be compelling, courageous and a bit contentious!