Exhibitions & Public Programs
Jeremy Kibel: Substance
13 September - 5 October 2014
The Gallery @ BACC proudly presents Substance, a collection of works by accomplished artist and former Archibald and Wynne Prize finalist, Jeremy Kibel.
A former Bayside resident in his early twenties, Kibel has fond memories of his time living and working in an ‘old milk bar’ on the corner of Edward Street and Beach Roads, Sandringham.
This exhibition also represents the first chance for our recent acquisitions of Kibel’s work to be showcased alongside his broader body of work.
Jeremy KIBEL, Nevermind -2011, mixed media on linen, 150 x 150cm
Grommets, Grinds & Gnarly Dudes
11 October - 23 November
Gerry WEDD, Drouyn urn 2011, earthenware, 60 x 45 x 45 cm.
Featuring contemporary artworks by Phillip GEORGE, Gerry WEDD & Jud WIMHURST, alongside the Tony Hallam Skateboard Collection, this exhibition examines the roles of surf and skate subcultures within the Australian psyche.
Floor talk with Jud Wimhurst
Join Grommets, grinds and gnarly dudes artist Jud Wimhurst for a floor talk on Thursday 16th October from 6pm. Jud will be taking us on a journey through skateboarding culture as he discusses his oversized hand carved and decorated skateboards which hark back to his time as a skateboarder in the 1980s. This discussion will be accompanied by light refreshments.
This event is free, but RSVP is essential.
Contact The Gallery on 03 9592 0291 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Skateboard Swap Meet with Tony Hallam
Come down to the Brighton Town Hall for a Skateboard Swap Meet on Sunday 26th October. If you are interested in Australian skate history, want to collect or swap vintage and new skateboards and accessories, or simply want to reconnect with a part of the skateboard community, this is the event for you.
Where: Brighton Town Hall, Cnr Wilson and Carpenter Streets, Brighton VIC 3186
When: Sunday 26th October 11am - 3pm
For more information, contact The Gallery on 03 9592 0291 / email@example.com
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