An exhibition about place, shared experience and a yearning to learn about the creative drive to express. Both artists are interested in collaborating through the concept of ‘common threads’ which exist between their practices; creating works where rich layers are a metaphor for the human psyche.
Kingston Arts challenges you to make the impossible, possible by creating an unforgettable ceramic superhero with prominent contemporary artist and ceramicist Vipoo Srivilasa to celebrate Melbourne Fringe Festival 2017.
Join Kingston Arts in opening NAIDOC17: Our Languages Matter with Tarnuk Biik: Coolamon Earth an exhibition by Baluk Arts and every evening at the Kingston Arts Centre as we light up the sky in July with outdoor projections!
Our annual community competition of visual, digital and literary arts. The competition will begin when a secret theme is announced on Friday 11 August 2017 at 5pm from which entrants will have 24 hours to create and deliver their artworks to Kingston Arts for the exhibition!
Chris Aspland presents her first solo exhibition, Canteen – The Joy of Cutlery, which explores shape, shadow and movement through the patinas of aged surfaces made unique by everyday wear and tear.
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