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Art - What's On
Date

12 June - 12 July

Venue

Jarmbi Gallery

Helen Pallikaros: Within, without

Burrinja City of Dandenong's Walker St Gallery She…2014 Award winner Helen Pallikaros’ solo exhibition Within, without showcases a body of her work developed over the past five years. From fleeting moments of sculptural encounter to deeper engagements with image, form and materiality, Pallikaros investigates the realm of body and the psychological landscape.

In her practice Pallikaros uses drawing, collage, sculpture, performance and photography to consider the relationship between the human emotive and psychological conditions and our animalistic, primal origins.

 

Date

12 June - 12 July

Venue

Jarmbi Gallery

Jessie Yvette Journoud-Ryan & Katherine Reynolds: Mimicry

Mimicry is the result of a collaboration between local Burrinja studio artists Jessie Yvette Journoud-Ryan & Katherine Reynolds' visual interpretations of mimicry, imitation and camouflage.

Jessie’s sculptural mosaics explore the tensions of the arts of disguise whereby the environment becomes the subject and the subject its environment. While Katherine uses paint to explore the unique qualities of different animals and how they can be camouflaged within an environment.

Through patterns, repetition and colour, anything and everything can be disguised within an artwork. Mimicry is a visual exploration of the ways mimicry and camouflage can be depicted.

Official opening Saturday 13 June, 2:30pm
Meet the artists & Demonstrations Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 June, Burrinja Studio 4

 

 

More than Green

Date

4 July – 20 September

Venue

Burrinja Gallery

Black Art White Walls: The Adrian and Anne Newstead Collection

The exhibition includes 60 works from the personal collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art of Adrian and Anne Newstead. Adrian Newstead, a prominent dealer, expert, activist and writer, has been involved in Indigenous art movement for over 30 years.

It contains many rare and previously unseen works by some of its most influential artists, tracing the breadth of the movement from early the bark painters, to Western Desert masters, to the politically charged works of contemporary urban artists.

Collector Talk Saturday 1 August at 1pm
with Adrian Newstead

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Black Art White Walls

Date

4 July - 26 July

Venue

Burrinja Inner Gallery

Dances with Lyrebirds

Dances with Lyrebirds draws upon the sensory experience of the forest, lyrebird encounters and mythologies to respond to this unique bird through dance, photography and sound art.
A program of community events offers locals and visitors the opportunity to be inspired by this wondrous creature in our midst.

Key artists: Kate Baker, Gretel Taylor, Anthony Magen.

Opening: Sunday, 5 July 5, 2pm for 2:20pm Performance by Gretel Taylor, Jacqui Rutten, Mandy Nicholson and Djirri Djirri Dance Group performing the Wurundjeri Lyrebird (Buln Buln) dance.
 

This Project has been generously supported by the Yarra Ranges Council Arts and Heritage Development Fund.

Full Public Program

 


Photo by Kate Baker

Date

1 August – 20 September 2015

Venue

Burrinja Gallery

Points of Focus:
Historic photographs from the Pacific


Historic photographs from the Pacific are the result of complex cross-cultural encounters; their stories are many and varied and unfold as we learn more about them.

Curated by University of Sydney, Macleay Museum’s Rebecca Conway, the exhibition explores how photographs shape our understanding of the past by examining aspects of Pacific history through the lenses of colonial government, missionary, scientific and commercial photographers.

Curator Talk Sunday 16 August at 2pm
With exhibition Curator
Rebecca Conway, the University of Sydney, Macleay Museum

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‘Near the camp, Laloki River’, 1885 Central Province, Papua New Guinea Photo: J W Lindt Courtesy of the Macleay Museum, University of Sydney (HP90.28.2314)

 

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