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.

arc Yinnar Biennial Drawing Prize 2016

arc Yinnar Biennial Drawing Prize 2016

from May 09, 2016 @ 9:00 AM until August 26, 2016 @ 4:00 PM
arcYinnar

The arc Yinnar Biennial Drawing Prize is a National prize for drawings of a traditional, contemporary or innovative nature created by artists living in Australia.  More information is available from the attached guidelines or from the arcYinnar website.

Entry Form, fees and images for pre-selection are to be received at arc Yinnar by 4 PM, Friday 26 August (if hand delivered).  Entries received by post should be postmarked 26 August or earlier.

Image: Geoffrey Dupree, Billabong, 2014

Winter Arts Market @ WGAC

Winter Arts Market @ WGAC

from June 18, 2016 @ 9:00 AM until August 20, 2016 @ 1:00 PM
West Gippsland Arts Centre

This cosy and unique undercover Winter Arts Market provides the opportunity to meet the artist and browse and purchase original works of art. This includes paintings, fine jewellery, sculptures and prints. Visit the Farmers Market in Civic Park next door and warm up with a coffee or indulge in a piece of cake at the Arts Centre Parkview Café.

Venue: Fountain Room, West Gippsland Arts Centre

A Fine Line - Drawings from the Collection

A Fine Line - Drawings from the Collection

from June 18, 2016 @ 10:00 AM until October 02, 2016 @ 4:00 PM
Gippsland Art Gallery - Sale

The ability to draw is a fundamental tenet of art making, and has been both a means and an end to creating art for centuries.

At its core drawing has the power to excite, move and delight with the simplest of gestures and the most basic of means. As the most humble method of making a picture, it remains also the most enduring test of an artist’s skill and daring.

A Fine Line assembles a range of works from the collection whose only commonality is their abiding respect for the drawn line, and the artistic prowess of their makers.

Image: John PRATT, Swimmer [detail] 1985, Ink and chalk on paper, 48 x 62.3cm
Collection Gippsland Art Gallery, Donated from the estate of Patricia Marie White, 2013

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!

The Floating World

The Floating World

from July 02, 2016 @ 9:00 AM until September 18, 2016 @ 4:00 PM
Latrobe Regional Gallery

The Floating World brings together a selection of ceramics, scrolls and Ukiyo-e prints from the Allan Aldous Bequest, made to Latrobe Regional Gallery in 2001. The bequest forms the basis of the Gallery’s permanent collection of Asian Art, which includes objects from 17th Century Persian miniatures, 19th Century Chinese scrolls and ceramics to a significant number of Japanese woodblock prints.

This exhibition will focus on the artistic expressions that emerged during Edo period Japan (1600-1868) forming part of a culture that prized the pursuits offered in entertainment such as Kabuki theatre, Geisha arts, Sumo wrestling and literature together with visual arts. Ukiyo-e, translated to literally mean “pictures of the floating world” were often seen as a way of escaping ones constraints and expressing ones self.

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