Art News and What’s On….

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  Next Level Exhibition at No Vacancy September 8th-18th The digital art exhibition at Melbourne’s No Vacancy Gallery attracted more than 250 people who were all eager to check out the incredible artwork from across the globe. More 30 Australian artists were among the winners of the Next Level competition and had their artwork exhibited alongside national and internationally renowned … Read More

Art Diary 7-Tahlia Giann

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By Celeste Hawkins What better way to introduce the art of paper quilling and cutting than Melbourne based Graphic Designer Thalia Giann. Passionate about all things paper-here she gives us a history as well as a deep explanation into her various works. Thalia Giann’s exhibition “PaperCut” runs until August 21 at No Vacancy Gallery Federation Square. All works are for sale. … Read More

What’s On and Art News

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  MELBOURNE: Opening invitation www.anitatraversogallery.com We invite you to join us for the official opening of the ATG pop-up with the artists. 6-8pm Thursday 14 July Entry via end of Percy Place, Prahran All welcome and entry is free Please RSVP for catering purposes  FEATURING: John BODIN, Jenny BOLIS, Mathew DE MOISER, Hendrik FORSTER, Sara FREEMAN, Lyndal HARGRAVE, Kate HENDRY, … Read More

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FOR THE CALENDAR…   CAT RABBIT KEPT IN MIND 28 JULY ~ 07 AUGUST Opening Friday 29 July, 6pmKept in Mind is a new solo exhibition from Melbourne textile artist Cat Rabbit. The show incorporates a series of installations drawing from memories, both precious and incidental, brought to life using soft sculpture and hand embroidery techniques. Cat employs her old faithful … Read More

ART DIARY 3-EMMA HEWITT

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By Celeste Hawkins So far I’m loving the diverse works that have been showing up in the Art diary Series! Artists frequently document things that go unnoticed, such as those intricate details in nature- then wrap them up with their own interpretation. Emma Hewitt has offered up some (quite poetic) thoughts about her works, in the lead up to the show … Read More