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ANGELA TIATIA SELECTED AS A FINALIST FOR THE 2015 NSW VISUAL ARTS FELLOWSHIP
Congratulations to Angela Tiatia who has been shortlisted for the NSW Government’s 2015 NSW Visual Arts Fellowship.
Angela was selected as one of 12 finalists who will collaborate with curators in the lead up to an exhibition of their works at Artspace, Woolloomooloo in November. The winner of the $30,000 fellowship will be announced on opening night.
The fellowship is open to artists from New South Wales who are at the beginning of their artistic careers. The winner of the fellowship will undertake a self-directed program of professional development.
Alcaston Gallery will be exhibiting works by Angela Tiatia at All About Art Brisbane (12 -22 August 2015) and Sydney Contemporary 15 (10 - 13 September 2015).
For more information on Angela Tiatia please visit the gallery website:http://alcastongallery.com.au/…/arti…/read/159-angela-tiatia
Image credit: Angela Tiatia, Walking the Wall, 2014, Digital Video, Duration 13:04 min, Edition of 8
OUT OF QUEENSLAND: NEW INDIGENOUS TEXTILES
Out of Queensland: New Indigenous Textiles' is now showing at Cairns Regional Gallery from 17 July - 13 September 2015. The exhibition features new designs by Naomi Hobson and Claudia Moodoonuthi working in collaboration with textile designer Bobbie Rube. For more information visit:http://www.cairnsregionalgallery.com.au/exhibition234.pdf
Image courtesty Cairns Regional Gallery
DEAN SMITH WINS MANNINGHAM VICTORIAN CERAMIC ART AWARD
Alcaston Gallery is delighted to announce that Central Victorian ceramicist Dean Smith is the recipient of the 2015 Manningham Victorian Ceramic Art Award.
This biennial acquisitive award surveys the diversity of current ceramic art practices and showcases the best ceramic artists working in Victoria today.
The 2015 prize was judged by Robert Reason, Curator of European & Australian Decorative Arts at the Art Gallery of South Australia. The exhibition was officially opened last night, Wednesday 15 July, by the Manningham Mayor, Cr. Paul McLeish.
Dean Smith’s winning artwork Pine Forest focuses on the link between the worked ceramic form and the disquieting landscape near his home in Castlemaine, where the raw post-mining landscape currently has a strong influence on his practice.FOR ENQUIRIES PLEASE CONTACT ALCASTON GALLERY +61 3 9418 6444 or firstname.lastname@example.org TO VIEW AVAILABLE ARTWORKS BE DEAN SMITH FOLLOW THIS LINK
INSTALLATION IMAGES - JAYE EARLY | EMILY NGARNAL EVANS | ELLAROSE SAVAGE and JIMMY THAIDAY
JAYE EARLY - THE HISTORY OF ME ON MY BREATH
EMILY NGARNAL EVANS - BALIBAL COUNTRY
ELLAROSE SAVAGE and JIMMY THAIDAY - KERIBA GEDERA MER | OUR ISLAND STORIES21 JULY - 14 AUGUST 2015
Angela Tiatia selected for 2015 Beijing Studio Program
Alcaston Gallery is delighted to announce that Angela Tiatia has been selected as one of two artists in residence for the prestigious 2015 Beijing Studio Program run by 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. Congratulations Angela!
Angela Tiatia will embark on a month-long residency at the studios of renowned Chinese-Australian artist Shen Shaomin in Beijing later this year.
4A’s Beijing Studio Program provides early career Australian artists with a valuable opportunity to research new projects in rich cultural surroundings, build professional networks and observe the changes taking place in one of the most important cities in Asia.
To read more about the Beijing Studio Program click here.
To view available artworks by Angela Tiatia click here.