A Main Space exhibition by North Queensland artists, Lynnette Griffiths, Sue Ryan and Marion Gaemers of 2D and 3D works meshing together ideas and techniques utilising materials found in the environment.
An Access Space exhibition by Lou Davidson of photographs using movement, colour and abstract forms to express the living and dying acts performed by plants and trees in nature's theatre.
A Vault exhibition by graduating & current JCU students, Danielle Berry, Jesse Midgley, Nadine Torrisi, showcasing individual interpretations of the theme ‘Technology meets Nature’ in an exploration of the varying harmony and dissonance between these two chief forces that dominate our world.
A Main Space exhibition of works by Sandi Hook. The creative work will include drawing, printmaking, painting and installation to depict elements of the North Queensland environment to reflect the deepening cultural and environmental layers of the region.
An exhibition by Naomi Smith and Bernadette Boscacci. Florae is a mixed-media exhibition in the Access and Vault Spaces, that bring together the works of two long-time friends and collaborators around their shared interest in this region’s flora.
An exhibition by Anneke Silver of travel diaries, sketchbook pages, drawings and paintings in the main space using various media to share impressions from a decade of national and international travel, juxtaposing landscapes, architecture, details of yachts, people and lifestyles.
ANY WARES is an Access Space exhibition by Rhonda Payne & Jane Hawkins, using a variety of media, which includes two and three dimensional works that explore the nexus between art, decoration and function.
A Vault exhibition of video and digital images by Raul Emiliani Posse who traveled to Cumbal in the south east of Colombia as part of a film production team in search of the film’s main character, a young boy, resulting in this unique collection of twin portraits - serious and smiles.
A Main Space exhibition by Jan Hynes & Alan Valentine featuring paintings and sculptures depicting workers at their daily jobs with a light-hearted approach to the familiar. But, humour aside, the issues of public and worker safety, liability, litigation, the language of signage, and the changing roles of workers are all touched upon in this exhibition.
An Access Space exhibition by Gai Copeman of simple brush drawings of animals.
This exhibition by Vicky Stirling of photopolymer prints in the Vault is a hymn to Power Poles the artist has admired whilst travelling in Australia and Europe.
The Creative Generation Excellence Awards in Visual Art touring exhibition is a vibrant collection of artwork by Queensland’s top high school visual art students, showcasing works on paper, sculpture, film, printmaking, photography and mixed media. The exhibition aims to recognise and promote excellence in senior visual arts education throughout Queensland state and non-state secondary schools.
This years theme for the members' show, Natura, asks members to be inspired by the natural world. Nature is the phenomena of the physical world collectively, including plants, animals, the landscape, and other features and products of the earth.