Coming up this Sunday as a part of Open Studios in the West! Join us for an afternoon of artist talks by Filomena Coppola, Erika Gofton, Cyrus Tang and Ilona Nelson. All are a part of This Wild Song, and all have studios based in the West!
It’s free to attend and no bookings required, all are welcome and the talks begin at 1pm sharp. Bring along your questions for a Q&A with the artists too!
And if you’d like to hear more about This Wild Song you can listen to Ilona’s recent interview on Radio National’s Books and Arts program HERE.
Congratulations to our Open Studio artist Carol Swain on her solo exhibition ‘Inside Out’ showing at Lot 19 which opens this Saturday 2-5pm!
The Women’s Art Register is hosting a forum with a fantastic panel of speakers this Saturday!
Congratulations to Ilona Nelson for being selected as a finalist in the Martin Kantor Portrait Prize! Ilona’s portrait of artist Patricia Piccinini is from her This Wild Song project – a series of portraits and interviews with Australian women artists.
Exhibition opens and winner is announced 20th August, you can see all of the finalists works HERE.
The Art Room is very excited to be hosting the next This Wild Song forum!
Join artists Hannah Bertram, Dena Kahan, Jacqui Stockdale and our very own Erika Gofton for a conversation about Women in the Arts. The panel will speak about their individual practices, share their experiences and participate in a Q&A.
Tickets are limited, afternoon tea is provided and you can book your seat HERE
*TWS is not for profit, all funds raised will be used to pay the speakers
Congratulations to our Open Studio artists Kat Weir and Clare Hampshire whose exhibition #Repost opens at Off The Kerb gallery this Friday!
Melbourne artist Elvis Richardson also runs Countess, a very important project examining gender equality in the arts. They’re crowdfunding to complete the next stage of their project and you can make a tax deductible donation at https://australianculturalfund.org.au/projects/countess/
It was so lovely to see our Open Studio Student Kate Ballis featured in The Design Files speaking about her new series opening at the Black Eye Gallery next week.