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OPENING NIGHT - SHIRLEY MACNAMARA
SHIRLEY MACNAMARAMaardi Butala14 - 25 March 2017
Shirley Macnamara joined Alcaston Gallery for her third solo exhibition Maardi Butala, meaning 'together for a long time'.
New works by Macnamara will be presented as part of the biennial Castlemaine State Festival exhibition The Extractive Frontier: Mining for Art co-curated by Beverly Knight (Alcaston Gallery) and Dr Clare Wright (La Trobe University).Shirley Macnamara will also join Damien Wright and Bonhula Yunupingu in conversation with exhibition Co-Curator, Dr Clare Wright at Castlemaine Art Museum, Sunday 19 March, 3 pm.
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GREG SEMU: HONOLULU BIENNIAL 2017
Honolulu Biennial 2017: Middle of Now | Here7 March – 8 May 2017Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Greg Semu has been selected to exhibit in the inaugural Honolulu Biennial 2017 curated by Curatorial Director Fumio Nanjo , Director of the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo, and Curator Ngahiraka Mason , former indigenous curator at Auckland Art Gallery (NZ), a writer, educator, historian and trained fine artist. A collection of Greg Semu works will be on display from the Gene and Brian Sherman Collection, Sydney. More information here.
Angela Tiatia - Finalist Paramor Prize: Art + Innovation 2017
Alcaston Gallery is thrilled to announce Angela Tiatia is a finalist in the 2017 Paramor Prize: Art + Innovation.
Angela Tiatia - Winner of the FBi SMAC Best Artist Award
Congratulations to Angela Tiatia on winning the Best Artist category in the FBi SMAC Awards 2016, announced at the Awards Ceremony, Carriageworks, Sydney on Tuesday 17th January.
The 2016 FBi Sydney Music Arts & Culture Awards has 10 categories and are open to the public for voting. Thank you to FBi Radio, Sydney, who "want to know who you think has been trailblazing their way through 2016".