October 9, 2009 to October 19, 2009
Free World is a contemporary art installation that explores the rap poetry of six young people from Liberia, Sudan and Tanzania. Free World will illuminate Federation Square with the experience of resettlement, raw personal histories and the desire for change. Federation Square Melbourne.
October 8, 2009 to October 14, 2009
An annual group exhibition presented by 696 to raise money for CanTeen. Over 200 caps decorated by some of the best local, national and international artists. Opening night Thursday 8 October, Melbourne
September 5, 2009 to November 15, 2009
Touring nationally, this exhibition features 33 established and emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, who have each produced sculptural works depicting a variety of animals. At the Object Gallery and the Australian Museum. The dates above are for the Sydney show.
October 1, 2009 to October 29, 2009
Unnatural Naturally focuses on ideas of botany and the body – re-presenting and re-configuring natural forms via artificial conduits. Simeoni and Young have created edgy jewellery which utilises and manipulates non-specific artificial objects, including vintage artificial flowers and beads alongside silver, gold and wood. Exhibiting at Sydneys metalab gallery.
September 25, 2009 to October 25, 2009
An exploration, an exercise in inviting artists, architects, writers and thinkers to reflect on what qualities of environment and circumstance afford us shelter in a physical and metaphorical sense. Part of the Melbourne International Art Festival at the RMIT Gallery. Opening on the 6th October 6-8 pm.
October 9, 2009 to October 11, 2009
You’re invited to Climate Camp. Pitch your tent alongside hundreds of others at Climate Camp ’09 – or stroll in for an afternoon – for great workshops, music, art food and positive climate action. There will be an artists/creative neighbourhood especially for people who are interested in the role of creative people in the new climate movement