Penny BYRNE, Gitmo Bay souvenirs, closing down sale, all stock must go! 2010
Penny BYRNE, Gitmo Bay souvenirs, closing down sale, all stock must go! 2010 (installation view), vintage porcelain figures, epoxy resin, metal chains, re-touching medium, power pigments, painted MDF base, 34 x 15 x 65 cm

The Gallery @ BACC will be closed over the Easter Public Holidays,  ANZAC Day  and Wednesday 3 June due to training commitments.

 

EXHIBITIONS & PUBLIC PROGRAMS

 

APPLICATIONS FOR 2015 EXHIBITION PROGRAM NOW OPEN
PROPOSALS DUE: Monday 31 March 2014


Opening event Backyard Archaeology 2013, Adrian Spurr

The Gallery @ BACC invites individual artists, groups and curators to apply to exhibit as part of the 2014 exhibition program. Every year The Gallery holds a limited number of places to allow local, emerging and mid career artists the opportunity to exhibit within a professional, public gallery setting.

For more information, please contact The Gallery on 9592 0291 / bacc@bayside.vic.gov.au.

 Download application form
 Download exhibition guidelines


 

THE BLAKE PRIZE TOURING EXHIBITION
8 March - 6 April


Liam BENSON, Santa 2013, pigment ink on cotton rag paper, 150 x 150 cm.

This annual prize and touring exhibition program features artists and poets who investigate themes of spirituality, religion and human justice in their work.
The Blake Prize Touring Exhibition is presented by The Blake Society and The Gallery @ BACC. 

 

Access Gallery presents:
TEXTILE CONNECTIONS
 

12 April - 4 May

FREE EVENTS
To be opened by artist Louise Saxton: Saturday 12 April
Artist talks: Sunday 4 May, 2pm


Judith LAWLER, Road to Arkaroola 2013 (detail), machine stitch and hand embroidery on Lithuanian and Belgian linens, 114 x 122 cm (triptych).

This exhibition is a testament to the work of nine textile artists who have embarked on an expressive journey through their 'textile connections'.

Geri BARR  Margaret BENNETT  Barbara BENNETTS  Rosalind BYASS  Cris FEELY  Bronwen GIBBS Judith LAWLER  Dawna RICHARDSON-HYDE  Sharron SHALEKOFF

 

 


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