Coronet Bay Unplugged

Coronet Bay Unplugged

from April 02, 2016 @ 5:30 PM until December 03, 2016 @ 11:00 PM
July 02, 2016 @ 5:30 PM
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Open Mic Night is an evening of great entertainment. They meet on the first Saturday of every month at Coronet Bay Hall.

Doors Open at 5.30pm and the music starts at 7.00pm and concludes at 11.00pm.

Entry is a Gold coin donation. (All proceeds to Combined Community Group projects.) Each act is limited to 15mins. Performers and Audience of all ages are welcome.

The Gathering 2016 – group exhibition

The Gathering 2016 – group exhibition

from June 19, 2016 @ 10:00 AM until November 19, 2016 @ 4:00 PM
Gecko Studio Gallery & Arthouse

Drawing on artists who have exhibited in the past at Gecko Studio Gallery, along with a number of new artists, ‘The Gathering 2016’ is the next exhibition to open at this popular contemporary gallery in Fish Creek.

‘The Gathering 2016’ is Gecko’s 2nd annual winter/spring exhibition which will run through to 19 November, when they will kick off once again with their monthly exhibitions through the summer/autumn months.

‘The Gathering 2016’ is an extension of the Stockroom at Gecko, which means if you decide you would like to purchase an artwork from the exhibition, you can take it away before the exhibition closes, making this a fluid, ever changing showcase of artists for the five month duration.

Some of the artists in this exciting exhibition include Kate Zizys, Susan Purdy, Peter Cole, Geoffrey Ricardo, Christine Larsen, Leigh Fraser, Tommy Pau, Dennis Leversha, Chris Tuttle, Adam Nudelman, Owen Rye and Kerry Spokes, with some surprise additions along the way!

Discreet Montage

Discreet Montage

from July 23, 2016 @ 9:00 AM until December 11, 2016 @ 4:00 PM
Latrobe Regional Gallery

The observational cinema of Barry Brown & Irene Proebsting.

Discreet montage features a selection of experimental (non)fictions including post-industrial reportage, ambient family portraits and found quotidian abstraction.

Shot on Super 8 film and edited in camera, the films are un-staged spontaneous recordings, utilising chance and improvisation as structuring devices to generate atmospheric narratives.

Similarly, the soundtracks privilege the accidental, predominately focused upon aesthetic errors and psychological ambience – a silent cinema fabricated from open-ended scores, magnetic tape manipulations and unusual guitar tunings.

The films are lyrical, unconscious constructs, featuring the familiar and the unfamiliar, a discreet cacophony of aleatory auras and everyday illusions.

The exhibition screens video projections with ambi-phonal sound from the original Super 8 prints.

Image Credit: Barry Brown & Irene Proebsting, Luna Berlin, 2013, Colour, 9 minutes, collection of the artists.

Spring has Sprung

Spring has Sprung

from September 01, 2016 @ 10:00 AM until October 31, 2016 @ 4:00 PM
Toora Village Studio Gallery

The Toora Village Artist Collective invites artists to welcome Spring with an appropriate artwork. The Spring exhibition is not a competition, but a celebration of the season. Works need to be delivered to the gallery in the week before Sunday, the 28th of August.

When The Moon Speaks To Me

When The Moon Speaks To Me

from September 03, 2016 @ 10:00 AM until October 31, 2016 @ 4:00 PM
Annette Spinks Art Studio and Gallery

Annette Spinks has been working on a brand new series, some great new colours and amazing abstracts.  She was going to try some new mediums, but wanted to do just 'one more resin piece'.  She was so pleased with the result, and had such a wonderful time creating it, that it led to a this new series, yes still using resin.

Part inspired by the majestic super Moon's over Winter and part about not being too caught up in your plans, rather following your heart.

Ashes to Dust

Ashes to Dust

from September 03, 2016 @ 11:30 AM until November 29, 2016 @ 8:00 PM

The Fish Creek Hotel ArtSpaces is presenting the first solo exhibition by painter Ian Bevington.  Renowned for his achievements as the Lyrebird Arts music promoter who put Meeniyan Town Hall on the map as a local, national, and international music venue, Ian's talent as an artist has been a well-kept secret.

His "Nine Pillars Of Night" was one of the most commented-upon paintings in the group earth-pigment show Things Of Wood And Stone, and they were absolutely delighted when he accepted their invitation to mount a solo show.

Ian has completed a series of beautifully atmospheric works in earth pigment, stone dust, charcoal and chalk. The work is large and superbly executed.

Opening drinks will be held on Saturday 3 September at 3pm.


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