6 September – 27 October
Drawing attention to the conflict of sacred realities between East and West, and bringing understanding and resolve to the negative stereotype surrounding the Arab and Muslim communities in Australia.
Scott’s work explores states on the edge of order/disorder, harmony/chaos and identity relating to environment. She works with paper which she cuts or carves to create images.
1 November – 24 November
A ceramic survey exhibition
H O L D applauds the beauty and sense of intimacy experienced when eating or drinking from an exquisitely crafted plate or vessel.
18 October – 20 October
An open exhibition for Mental Health Month
Artists are invited to respond to the theme of resilience, either by sharing part of their own mental health story, or by responding to the idea of resilience more broadly.
Painting with Parkinson’s
An exhibition of works emerging from the Painting with Parkinson’s program, which this year celebrates its 25th anniversary since it’s founding by Churchill Fellow Nancy Tingey.
29 November – 9 February
Curated by Daniel Savage
F L U X features video, virtual reality, and interactive digital work by disabled artists from Australia, the UK, Europe, and Asia, and reveals unique insights into our experience of the world.
An open exhibition
Following on the success of our previous Traces exhibitions, we invite your participation in our Traces IV open exhibition.
IGNITE: Alternative Arts Academy
Aims to create a positive alternative to the widespread negative images and understandings of what it means to live with disability.
A Belco Arts & ANU collaboration
Bounce Back raises awareness through shared experience and builds our collective capacity to address the barriers faced by artists living with disability.
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.