The Art Teachers – SALA 2017

Saturday 5 August

FORUM 2pm
EXHIBITION Launch 3.30pm

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Not the Usual Suspects

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Craft Anonymous

Curated by Polly Dance as part of Adelaide City Council’s 2014/15 Emerging Curator Program Craft Anonymous brought together South Australian regional and metropolitan textile, glass, metal and ceramic artists for an exhibition in the iconic Adelaide Town Hall in 2015 and now a tour of regional South Australia throughout 2016-17. Five regional South Australian and […]

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Portrait Competition 2017

OPEN WINNER: Pam Hall – Chelsea James – Acrylic SELF PORTRAIT WINNER: Neville McCarthy – Self Portrait – Artist – Oil on canvas HIGHLY COMMENDED Glenys Christopher – Raji 2 – Charcoal pencil and watercolour Michael Hocking – Portrait of the dancer Mai-Lin – Pastel on Wood Lis Jones Ingman – Luke Day – Oil […]

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James Butler – QUORKY ceramics

James teaches art at Riverton High, and lives with his family near the school in a beautiful spot on the banks of the Gilbert River. Before his years of teaching he worked as a potter, and delights in the skills he developed then. Also a bee-keeper and ukelele player, he turns his skills in life-affirming […]

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Burra Quilting Group

Biennial Quilt exhibition May 4 to 14 2017

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Handheld – CASA Touring – 24 March to 30 April 2017

Handheld is an exhibition built to travel. These artworks ask audiences and gallery staff to participate in their installation. There are decisions that have had to be made at each venue, beyond the usual ‘what do I hang next to this?’ In every place these works travel they will look a little different, worked on by members of the gallery team. These slight variations, decisions borne out of creative flair or necessity, will ensure that the exhibition is unique to its current place, each gallery leaving its own stamp on the works of art. Come and see handheld at Burra Gallery. 24 MARCH – 30 APRIL 2017

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Our Mob 2015 CASA Touring

Country Arts SA is proud to bring Our Stories Our Way: Our Mob 2015 on tour to regional South Australia, a collection of works by South Australian Aboriginal artists who exhibited in Our Mob 2015, presented by Adelaide Festival Centre and TARNANTHI Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art.

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Jacqueline Coates – Make Money From Art – Mentor & Student Paintings

February 9 to March 15, 2017
In February, Burra Regional Art Gallery will be host to the art of artist and art mentor Jacqueline Coates and selected works from students and graduates of her art school ‘Make Money From Art’.

EXHIBITION LAUNCH PROGRAM

a two day gala artistic extravaganza
opened by Sturt MP Dan van Holst Pellekaan

Saturday February 11
3pm Painting demonstration
How to paint a large picture in under 1 hour:
Jacqueline & two students
5.30pm Speeches & food
Auction of demonstration paintings

Sunday February 12
10am Painting Workshop
How to mix colour using 5 tubes of paint
12pm Light lunch
1pm Artists Talk, Jacqueline & students
Cost: $30 all inc.
Bookings essential, phone 0405 412 991

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Uta Mooney – The Art of Fiction

  Two art forms from different continents collide. Painted images and the written word combine to bring about a distinct exhibition. Uta Mooney, an Adelaide artist, teamed up with Glenn Stenson, published American author, to create a body of work that merges these two genres. A successful exhibition in 2013 at Gallery M, Oaklands Park, […]

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