Exhibitions & Public Programs
Midwinter Masters 2014: Liminal_Narratives
28 June–31 August
Curated by Frances Lindsay AM
Frances Lindsay in conversation with Gareth Sansom, Tim McMonagle & Jane Burton: Thursday 31 July, 6.30–8pm (bookings essential)
RICK AMOR PETER BOOTH JANE BURTON TONY GARIFALAKIS
RICHARD LEWER PETER MADDEN LAITH MCGREGOR TIM MCMONAGLE
ANDREW MCQUALTER SONIA PAYES GARETH SANSOM
Gareth SANSOM, And thus I clothe my naked villainy With odd old ends stol'n out of Holy Writ,
And seem a saint, when most I play the devil 2013/2014 (detail)
Oil, enamel and pencil on canvas, 3 panels, each 182 x 169 cm
5 July–3 August
Tim Edwards & Jan Lewis
E;state 2014, installation view
Featuring bold paintings and elegant sculptures, the works in E;state explore the relationship between man and the natural world.
E;state respectfully acknowledges the Boonwurung and Wurundjeri people of the Eastern Kulin nation.
Polyester & Pantyhose: Silhouettes of the Sixties
9 August–28 September
Opening event with 1960s theme: Saturday 9 August, 2–4pm
Afternoon tea with Nicole Jenkins, fashion expert, vintage fashion collector and award-winning author of Love Vintage: Tuesday 9 September, 2pm (bookings essential)
Featuring elegant gowns, prim suits and fashion photography by Bruno Benini, this exhibition covers key 1960s silhouettes from the mini to the maxi.
Model Coral Knowles in her wedding gown, 1966. Image courtesy of the Brighton Historical Society.
Grommets, Grinds & Gnarly Dudes
11 October - 23 November
Opening event: Thursday 16 October, 6pm
Gerry WEDD, Drouyn urn 2011, earthenware, 60 x 45 x 45 cm.
Featuring contemporary art works by Phillip GEORGE, Gerry WEDD & Judd WIMHURST, alongside the Tony Hallam Skateboard Collection, this exhibition examines the roles of surf and skate subcultures within the Australian psyche.
A part of the exhibition, young people aged 10-25 years of age are invited to submit digital or hand drawn artwork for inclusion in the Skate Art Prize. Short listed artists will receive a blank deck on which to realise their designs, and the final works will be exhibited alongside Tony Hallam's Skateboard Collection in Grommets, grinds & gnarly dudes.
Entry forms and skateboard templates can be downloaded from the website, or collected from Bayside City Council Offices, libraries or The Gallery @ BACC.
Page last updated: 25 Jul 2014