Artist Talk: Hiromi Tango, Kim Ah Sam & Simon Koger

Situated in Brisbane, Perides Art Projects was founded in 1984 by Phillip Piperides and is one of the most respected and prestigious “fine arts” foundries in Australia specializing in casting bronze and aluminum sculptures. On 22 May, join artists Hiromi Tango, Kim Ah Sam, and Director of IAM Projects, Simon Koger as they come together […]

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Solo Exhibition: Arryn Snowball

Arryn Snowball is an Australian artist who has been living and working in Berlin for the last 7 years. Snowball’s painting is multidisciplinary and process based, often involving material and form complexity. While you visit Jan Manton Gallery, catch the Nathan Shepherdson poetry event featuring more of Arryn’s work! […]

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School of Visual Art: Graduate Exhibitions and Open Day

Known for being one of the city’s premiere creative learning institutions, come and explore the work of the industry’s future leaders. This free open day includes exhibitions from a handpicked selection of Diploma of Visual Arts Students, Bachelor of Visual Arts Graduates and Bachelor of Photography Graduates. […]

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Deadly Threads

Deadly Threads is a new showcase examining Indigenous shirts – born from protests in the 1970s and evolving as permanent mainstays in wardrobes across Australia. In Deadly Threads, see over 170 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander designed singlets, t-shirts, polo shirts, and jerseys. From colourful sporting jerseys to protest and artists shirts, Deadly Threads looks […]

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Open Studio: Grey Hand Press

Grey Hand Press is a printmaking studio providing contract printing and publishing options for local and international artists. Their mission is to make printmaking an accessible medium for artists and to provide fine art print education to printmakers of all ages. During BAD 2021, Grey Hand Press will open its pressroom to visitors with live […]

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Artist Talk: Fiona Omeenyo, Rosella Namok + Samantha Hobson

Get an insight into the ideas and processes behind the Which way? exhibition artistsFiona Omeenyo, Rosella Namok and Samantha Hobson, who will be in conversation with gallery director Michael Eather and others. These established artists will discuss their art and design sensibilities across painting and sculpture. Since 2014, the artists have travelled regularly to Brisbane […]

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Which way? Fiona Omeenyo, Rosella Namok and Samantha Hobson

Which way? is the long-awaited exhibition from contemporary Indigenous artists, Fiona Omeenyo, Rosella Namok and Samantha Hobson. Through their art and design sensibilities – across painting and sculpture – the artists explore the themes of ‘tradition’ and ‘change’ through their chosen subjects. The themes that the artists have individually explored in their art practices involve […]

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Physical Perception: Natalie Lavelle

Natalie Lavelle’s exhibition Physical Perception, is a gathering of life-size works that appear to be in negotiation of the space between art object and viewer – matter and body. The works’ premise considers the two bodies – both abstract and visceral – to be intimately related aspects of the same principle. Painted flat on the ground, […]

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LINK: Tay Haggarty

LINK is a series of new object-based works that explore slowness, productive ambiguity, and the shared experience of risk taking. These objects presented as reductive forms will be specifically placed within the gallery space, to encourage us to slow down and take care. LINK invites us to foster this culture and practice of care, and […]

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