A Tapas of Art 22nd May

Kate Bohunnis has been announced as winner of the Ramsay Art Prize for 2021, with her sculpture titled edges of excess. The entry becomes part of the collection at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Geelong Art Gallery has a 25 year survey of works by Blanche Tilden, a jeweler creating in glass, until 9 August. Bendigo Art Gallery presents Mary Quant: Fashion Revolutionary, a retrospective exhibition on the iconic British fashion designer Dame Mary Quant. Malthouse Theatre’s landmark immersive work of Season 2021 is now sold out until the end of June. By popular demand, tickets are available for a final extension of Because The Night with performances on sale for shows 6 July to 26 September. Wagga Wagga Art Gallery has an exhibition by Tom Moore, one of Australia’s leading glass artists. Highly skilled in a range of glass working techniques, Moore uses traditional processes in innovative ways to create fantastical creatures, objects and worlds that can be both amusing and alarming. Mikala Dwyer’s Ode to the ʻōʻō takes the form of a sound and sculptural work at Gertrude Glasshouse. Experience the works of artist and activist Richard Bell, bringing together over 30 years of the artist’s practice in his incredible free solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art. Brightspace is very excited to bring you the latest exhibition by Prue Acton. Referred to as the Golden Girl of Australian Fashion, Prue now works as a professional artist and advocates saving forests for koalas. making paper/making art contemporary artists engaging critical issues through papermaking, on display at Gympie Regional Gallery.

Image Credit: I remember …. (series), Karen Stone, handmade paper pulp painted cotton and linen fibres, 3.6 x 1.8m, 2018.

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