ALCOA MANDURAH ART GALLERY

Ormsby Terrace, Mandurah, WA 6210

Gallery hours vary, please see website below

T 9550 3900

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YOUNG ARTIST’S PERSPECTIVES 2017

8 SEP - 15 OCT

 

Sponsored by MZI Resources, Murdoch University and Jacksons Drawing supplies

The Young Artists Perspectives exhibition and program will provide students with a forum to express their ambitions and apprehensions in relation to their future and that of society.

This exhibition embraces the process of making and presenting works by students that encourages their development for self-expression and original thinking.

Visual Arts Education Within The Community Program allows students the opportunity to work with professional artists to create original works where the viewer is taken on a journey that becomes a fascinating encounter of contemporary ideas and new ways of seeing.

This exhibition highlights the contribution of young people to the ongoing growth and wellbeing of our society.

 

SPACED 2

20 OCT - 25 NOV

OFFICIAL OPENING: 2PM SUNDAY 22 OCTOBER

 

SPACED is a recurring international event of socially engaged art. Conceived and coordinated by International Art Space (formerly IASKA) spaced brings together international and Australian artists with communities throughout Western Australia to explore the relationship between globalisation and local identity.

Crossing the boundaries of art, history and community, spaced 2: future recall invites you to rediscover regional Western Australia from the viewpoint of 14 acclaimed international and Australian contemporary artists.

spaced 2: future recall is an international group exhibition that showcases the artistic, cultural and social outcomes of the second edition of spaced, a recurring international event of socially engaged art. The exhibition draws together works made by Australian and overseas artists who lived and worked for extended periods in Western Australian rural and remote communities throughout 2013- 14, developing new works based on a engagement with local residents, histories and landscapes.

Tea Mäkipää, Battle of Australia, 2014-15, (detail)

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