Archives for the month of: September, 2014

Atrophy

Friday 3 October – Saturday 18 October

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Exhibition Opening Friday 3 October, 6.00 – 8.00pm

Emerging artists Yang-En Hume, Juliette Furio, Veronica Habib and Thomas Quayle collaborate to explore contemporary significations of the human fragment. The exhibition highlights the fragility of the human body and humanity’s destructive capabilities. Come along, have a drink and discuss this intriguing work with the artists.

Exhibition is open from 11.00am Friday 3 October and closes 5.00pm Saturday 18 October.

Image Above: Juliette Furio, Yang-En Hume, Veronica Habib and Thomas Quayle. Atrophy, 2014. Plaster casts and building rubble, variable dimensions. Photo credit: Veronica Habib.

AirSpace Projects Closed until Friday October 3

AirSpace Projects will now be closed while Atrophy, a collaboration between emerging arts Juliette Furio, Veronica Habib, Yang-En Hume and Thomas Quayle, is installed.

The exhibition will be open from 11.00am Friday 3 October with an opening event from 6.00 – 8.00pm.

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Alex Falkiner returns with another one of her amazing workshops!

Sunday 12 October 1.00 to 4.00pm

Join visual artist and maker Alex Falkiner to learn how to stitch off the page. This is follow up workshop from Drawing With Thread but can be also be taken independently. Alex will walk you through a variety of techniques using needle and thread to stitch beyond the page. Playing around the edges you’ll learn techniques like netting, fringing and blanket stitch to create different lace-like effects.  You’ll have time to experiment, combine, and layer the techniques to create interesting effects. All materials, tea and bickies provided. However you are most welcome to bring along an interesting base cloth or stitched piece that you’d like to create an edging for or expand upon. Also bring any beads or embellishments you’d like to experiment with. Bookings Essential.

For more information and bookings go to Eventbrite. Places are limited!

 

 

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