Larry Underwood presents a visual documentary providing insight into the recording, production and design of Broken Spirit’s first new release in 15 years: Thinning the Predators.
Imogen Rogers presents an Access Space exhibition of paint/pastel works on canvas about activating/creating a sacred space through creation.
Our earth, our destiny, will it be viable in 2050? A mixed media exploration of our planet’s prospects by Selena Smith.
A touring exhibition showcasing works on paper, sculpture, film, printmaking, photography and mixed media by Queensland’s top visual arts students.
Kerryn Madsen- Pietsch presents a Main Space in mixed medias, using techniques such as stitching, painting, collage, drawing, printmaking and assemblage, this body of abstract work “acknowledges and celebrates the spirit.
Prints from an artist book that relate to evangelical counsels of poverty, chastity and obedience, and brings fresh meaning to them by Sheree Kinlyside.
A montage of the photos taken by Tonite We RUN’s project manager throughout the exhibition’s creation at Umbrella Studio by Aaron Ashley.
150 years of art making in North Queensland. 15 prominent artists created a unique work of art in response to an historical work of art created in the region. Curated by Ross Searle.
Judith Bohm-Parr presents an exhibition of wearable glass jewellery in bold colours, juxtaposed against nonprecious materials.
Part of the Altered Book challenge. Participants had to provide a book and a theme. Each of the books were then rotated around the group for each of the artists to contribute to.
A photographic exhibition of Pia Armitage based on the Japanese word ‘genki’ (meaning good energy) looks at quite ordinary everyday activities that bring happiness to individuals, families or society in general.
Members of Umbrella Studio created a showcase of artworks commenting on the millions of tonnes of electrical and electronic equipment wasted each year.