Join us Wednesday April 24th for the second installment of the Pilbara Stories Lunchtime Floor Talk series. Justin McArdle, the producer of the Pilbara Stories iPhone App provides an insight into emerging digital platforms and exhibitions.
Head down to the Maritime Museum for Beyond Garment, an exhibition featuring over 20 aritsts and designers inlcuding Midland Atelier designer, Alister Yiap.
Beyond Garment entry is free. The show runs until the 28th November.
Glacious Ring by Alister Yiap
Model: Juliana Nuic @ Viviens Model Management
Photograph by Penny Lane
Photograph © WA Museum
"Beyond Garment is presented by the Western Australian Museum and Perth Fashion Festival with support from the Department of Culture and the Arts."
Mollie Bosworth's work embodies the lushness of the rainforests and tropical landscape where she lives in Kuranda, North Queensland. Having refined her skills over 20 years, Mollie is an innovative maker, developing water soluble ceramic colorants and image transfer techniques with enchanting results: ‘I enjoy development photography and image manipulation, sourcing images from places including my garden and the surrounding rainforest.’ Mollie’s work is held in many collecting institutions.
Her upcoming show at Pan Gallery in Brunswick openis on Wednesday 2nd June at 6pm.
PANGALLERY | 142-144 Weston St Brunswick East | email@example.com
Exhibition runs from 3 - 30 June, 2010
Mollie's work can also be found at FORM on Murray | 08 9226 2799 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The latest edition of DAMnº magazine features a seven page spread on the Canning Stock Route Project.
Basket makers from Martumili: Dadda Samson, Yuwali Janice Nixon, Lily Long and Yikartu Bumba at Kunkun.
Photo: Morika Biljabu
DAMnº is a highly respected international magazine on contemporary culture, with a broad international focus on the worlds of design, architecture and art. The article, by Scoop writer Nathan Scolaro, traces the project from its genesis in 2006, through the six-week 1800km bush-studio trip, to the final acquisition and exhibition of 113 works at the National Museum of Australia.
Following a very successful 2009, Alda’s will mark the first exhibition of 2010 with Perth artist, Gian Manik, who will be presenting a solo project entitled Others. Returning from a three month residency at The Gunnery Artspace in Sydney, Manik will present new work in both the upstairs gallery and project space.
Manik explains, “This work explores the attraction of the ‘Other’ through perceptual references of my body. Various filmic inspired makeshift components such as costumes, props and paintings are used to explore the border between familiar and unfamiliar objects and spaces. The anonymous figures and accompanying settings speak of possible events that are about to occur or which have already taken place.”
The exhibition will be open from the 8th January to the 5th February. Please join us at Alda’s on opening night, Friday 8th January at 6pm til late.
Lomovember is a charity fundraiser showcasing local lowbrow lomographic talent held in conjuction with Movember.
The event promises a display of rogue photography taken on retro film cameras with fun and unexpectedly beautiful results. Block mounted prints will be available for purchase on opening night via silent auction with proceeds going towards prostate cancer research and men's health as part of Movember.
Please join them on opening night for festivities, prizes, moustaches and more! The works will be on display all weekend with a set of workshops to boot!
Opening Night: Friday 6th November 7pm-12am
On Display: Saturday & Sunday 11am-5pm