Janne Kearney's artwork 86 (Rhyming Slang for Worth Nix) was selected as the feature artwork for the BP Art Prize exhibition catalogue. Read the London based editorial Culture Whisper's review of the exhibition here.
Janne Kearney exhibiting at London's BP Art Prize
Hannah Quinlivan interviewed by ABC radio's Louise Maher
Hannah Quinlivan interviewed by ABC local radio's Louise Maher discussing her exhibition Anatomy of a Drawing at Canberra Museum and Gallery. Listen here
TAX BREAK ENDS SOON
ENDING SOON until 30 June 2017, small businesses (with the annual turnover of less than $2,000,000) can claim a complete write-off of business assets. There is an an individual threshold of $20,000 for each asset and the assets must be used in some way in relation to the business. Further information here
Dan Lorrimer curated into touring exhibition STEEL
Dan Lorrimer has been curated into the touring exhibition, STEEL: art design architecture, curated by JamFactory’s Margaret Hancock Davis. The exhibition includes 29 artists, designers and architects from across Australia. Touring until 2020 Lorrimer’s inclusion in the ground-breaking exhibition is a career mile stone.
Claire Bridge, Finalist in the Bayside Acquisitive Art Prize
Claire Bridge has been announced as one of the 39 finalist in the Bayside Acquisitive Art Prize with her work Harmony of Opposites. With over 550 entries from across Australia, BAAP is an acquisitive prize judged by industry professionals.The exhibition at Bayside Arts & Cultural Centre runs from Saturday 6 May to Sunday 18 June.
Melinda Schawel: Winner of the People’s Choice, Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize
The very talented Melinda Schawel has been announced as the Winner of the People’s Choice Award for the prestigious Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize with her work, Letting Go, ink and pencil on torn, perforated paper, 2016.