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Visual Art

  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Artz Blitz 2020: Online

    Celebrating a new chapter for Artz Blitz in 2020! Kingston Arts' favourite community visual arts and creative writing competition returns this March with new prizes.

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    This exhibition is now online.
  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    OptiKA 2019 Photographic Award

    The final leg of the OptiKA 2019 exhibition tour commences in April with an online exhibition featuring all participant entries.

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    This exhibition is now online.
  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    OptiKA 2020 - Kingston Photographic Award

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    OptiKA 2020 invites photographers of all skill levels to capture images of Kingston that respond to the evocative theme of 'Connection'.

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    Kingston Arts Centre, Moorabbin

    Exhibition open from: 11 November 2020 to 14 December 2020
    FULL $25 | UNDER 18 $15

    Enter Competition Here

  • Jacqui Gordon Presents

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    Workshop: Who's going to run the matriarchy?

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    In this workshop, artist Jacqui Gordon encourages you to challenge the ways in which we document and record the collective and personal histories of women. With a focus on creating a contemporary archive of herstories, you will be guided to create an impression, drawing or gesture in clay.

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    Online, 

    Clay kit pick-up: Saturday 16 May, 10am - 11am & 1pm - 2pm
    Online submission due: Saturday 30 May
    Online exhibition launch: Friday 12 June
    Free

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  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Rainbow of Hope by Deb McNaughton

    Local artist, Deb McNaughton has been commissioned by Kingston Arts to paint a vibrant mural on the front façade of Shirley Burke Theatre, while the building is temporarily closed to the public due to COVID 19.

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    Shirley Burke Theatre, Parkdale

    Mural is available for viewing now.
    Free event
  • Sharon Monagle and Rose Lucas Presents

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    Metamorphoses: Changes and stages in women's lives

    Working synergistically, visual artist Sharon Monagle and poet Rose Lucas examine the rich interplay between image and text, exploring themes of change and growth in the lives of women through paintings, poetry, and spoken-word performance at G3 Artspace.

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    G3 Artspace, Shirley Burke Theatre, Parkdale

    This exhibition has been cancelled.
  • Donna McRae Presents

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    Ladies of the Cemetery

    'Ladies of the Cemetery' is a video installation on The Bridge Projection Space by Arts Grant recipient and filmmaker, Donna McRae. Showing every evening after dark between 1 - 30 June.

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    The Bridge, Moorabbin

    Screening: Monday 1 June until Tuesday 30 June, every evening after dark.
    Free
  • Rebecca Marshall Presents

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    I close my eyes

    'I close my eyes' is a painting exhibition in sweet candy-coloured hues, featuring semi-abstract and exaggerated figures in surreal environments by artist Rebecca Marshall.

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    G3 Artspace, Shirley Burke Theatre, Parkdale

    This event has been cancelled.
  • Jacqui Gordon Presents

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    Formerly Nee

    Formerly Née is a workshop and online exhibition by Arts Grant recipient and visual artist, Jacqui Gordon. The project follows the artist’s journey to connect with her maternal lineage by posing the question, ‘What would my surname be today if the tradition were to take my mother’s name?’

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    Online, 

    Online exhibition launch: Friday 12 June
    Exhibition continues until Saturday 11 July
    Free
  • Sofie Dieu Presents

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    Longing for Home

    Longing for home is a new exhibition presented by French artist, Sofie Dieu. The exhibition is the outcome of a series of community workshops inviting female and non-binary identifying textile practitioners to share their diverse experiences of migration through art and storytelling.

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    G1 + G2, Kingston Arts Centre, Moorabbin

    Opening: Tuesday 18 August, 6 - 8pm
    Exhibition: Wednesday 19 August - Saturday 19 September
    Admission free
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