Woods St Gallery- Darwin On A Whim
An experimental collaboration with local band Green Stone Garden and local digital media artists. This exhibition will be a performance that combines music with photographic projections!
Green Stone Garden is one of those bands whose name couldn’t be more fitting. Their songs grow stories; like the dense and rapid growth of the Darwin wet season around them. Bass, drums, synth and guitar underwrite Mike Meston’s lyrical narratives.
DEAF Space – iPhonography 101
Marie-Lise lavioltte is one of DVAA’s artist in residence and her latest exhibition includes 101 photographs, exclusively taken & edited through iphone.
Documenting Darwin, the Stuart Hwy, South Australia, Queensland and the Northern Territory.
She works with the mediums of photography, painting, printmaking & Installation.
Saturday & Sunday 10 &11
Basil Hall printing workshop Saturday & Sunday March 10 & 11, email DVAA if you are interested for more details.
Also throughout March
Watercolours – Alison Worsnop is offering tuition in traditional watercolour techniques to small groups at her home in Humpty Doo, during March. If you are interested, please email her direct on email@example.com. The cost is $60 per day plus materials (byo or buy) One course of 4 sessions will run on Thursdays, another at weekends. Examples of Alison’s watercolours are on her website: www.alisonworsnop.com
Friday March 30
Woods St Gallery – Artist @ Work annual Exhibition
It’s inevitable. We all have to earn a wage. Sometimes, it’s not the way we’d like too.
DVAA has challenged local Art educators to use their workplace to inspire their creativity. All we ask is as much time and materials as they can get away with.
DEAF Space – Emily Hearn
Saturday March 31
Don Whyte’s Off Cuts show opens...Pop in and grab a canvas now!
Wednesday March 7
A Fine Line- Opening 6pm at The Chan Contemporary Art Space
Thursday March 8
Kris Keogh Exhibition 1000 Monsters at Happy Yess
Saturday March 10
The Knit Happens workshop is taking place at the Chan Art Gallery on Saturday March 10th from 1 - 3pm.
Important dates and Exhibition opportunities in 2012
DVAA will be providing a few opportunities to take part in group shows during the first half of 2012.
April 27- May 18 – Landscapes in miniature (artworks responding to Michael Giacometti poem in collaboration with NT Writers Centre Word Storm Festival) Please see poem below.
Works must be at DVAA by Tuesday 24th and entry is $20
May 25 – June 16 – The Angry Show (DVAA members show)
Works must be at DVAA by Tuesday 22nd May
We will also have the Artist @ Work Exhibition March 30 – April 21. In 2012 DVAA are inviting arts educators to take part in this group show, therefore if you are an arts educator or know someone please pass on this opportunity and ask them to contact DVAA for more details.
Work must be at DVAA by 26th March and entry will be $15.
Togart Contemporary Art Award 2012– The closing date for receipt of entry forms is COB Friday 13 April 2012.
Please find information kit and application forms at the following link
ArtStart Grants - The ArtStart program has been created to give financial assistance to recent arts graduates, helping you make the challenging transition from studying to having a professional career in the arts. Round 1 2012 closes on March 2.
Cricket Art Prize 2012 – Please find details and entry form attached to this email.
Call for Proposals - un Magazine volume 6 issue 1
Deadline: 5 March 2012
For submission guidelines and application form, visit: http://www.unmagazine.org/?page_id=33
All submissions and editorial enquiries should be emailed to the Editor of un 6.1, Lisa Radford Lisa@unmagazine.org.
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Landscapes in miniature
Crush this mile thick sand
then tilt fold fuse — the scarp screams
This ridge reclines
It climbs and declines
Strata and syncline
bound pads unmarked on paper
These lines of contour
suggest landscapes of abstract
The existence of
here depends on those peaks by
bearing grid backward