INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITY

INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITY

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 29.06.18

A lengthy article appeared in a recent issue of The Australian's Review supplement announcing that old Aboriginal barks were setting out to tour China, but also featuring heavily a jolly Chinese comedian. It appears that he is the cultural ambassador...» Read More

 

SPECIAL REQUEST

SPECIAL REQUEST

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 16.03.18

Wiradjuri artist Jonathan Jones is working on a project for this year's Asia Pacific Triennial which requires a lot of feathers – native bird feathers. It's all about understanding the wind as an important part of understanding Country. Winds bring...» Read More

 

Canning Stock Route On the Move

Canning Stock Route On the Move

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 03.11.16

Renowned Indigenous artists are visiting Japan for two festival days this month, celebrating the opening of the National Museum of Australia’s One Road: Aboriginal Art from Australia’s Deserts exhibition in Chiba, outside Tokyo. This is a touring exhibition based on...» Read More

 

THE VERNACULAR AT THE ASIA PACIFIC TRIENNIAL

THE VERNACULAR AT THE ASIA PACIFIC TRIENNIAL

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 25.11.15

You can spend three years planning for a massive event like the 8th Asia Pacific Triennial (APT) at QAGoMA in Brisbane, and then something small and unpredictable but remarkable happens quite outside all your planning. So, on the Sunday of...» Read More

 

SALTWATER IN ISTANBUL

SALTWATER IN ISTANBUL

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 18.09.15

Prominent Indigenous artists and culturally significant artworks are currently taking part in the 14th Istanbul Biennial, one of the most prestigious biennials on the visual arts calendar, which opened last Saturday. Djambawa Marawili and Vernon Ah-Kee have been commissioned by...» Read More

 

LOTS HAPPENING

LOTS HAPPENING

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 04.09.15

So much news to share with you, I'm having to collate it all into a single story: 1. The Istanbul Biennial is about to hit the headlines as Sydney's last Biennale did – with action by the artists involved in...» Read More

 

Bungaree wins top museums and galleries award

Bungaree wins top museums and galleries award

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 27.05.15

Mosman Art Gallery has won the top National Award at this year’s Museums and Galleries National Awards (MAGNAs) for its contemporary Aboriginal arts project, Bungaree's Farm. The Gallery was also the winner in the Indigenous Project category. Bungaree's Farm –...» Read More