June 30, 2010 to July 1, 2010
A late post but you have a few days to check this out..
A diverse range of works including photography, paintings and installations. Each work seeks to enquire how the artist has been influenced by contemporary consumer culture, material possessions and our disposable society. In this exhibition humans are the weapons, programmed to be mass consumers.
See the interview with curator Louisa Marks in Beat mag
Town Hall Gallery rear, Hawthorn Town Hall 358 Burwood Road, Melboourne
June 20, 2010 to August 3, 2010
Emerge Festival commemorates the United Nations World Refugee Day and celebrates Refugee Week in Australia with a series of amazing performances and unique cultural experiences around Melbourne
June 18, 2010 to August 6, 2010
The Rudd Government’s ‘Strategic Capability Program‘ is calling for applications for matching grants starting from $250,000 from businesses in the TCF industry that wish to improve their ‘innovation, collaboration, market access, business improvement, skills development, environmental sustainability and ethical practices.’
Consortiums led by TCF businesses or TCF industry bodies are also encouraged to apply.
Applications close on 6 August 2010.
June 15, 2010 to July 3, 2010
Mark Ogge is an accomplished painter and has been exhibited widely in Melbourne. He is also a campaigner for the not-for-profit, volunteer run organisation Beyond Zero Emissions.
Mark’s ‘New Paintings’ exhibition opening night is on Thursday 17th June, 5.30pm at at Flinders Lane Gallery.
Read more about Mark in Bindarri’s recent feature.
June 18, 2010 to October 3, 2010
Celebrating the power of art to create radical social change, the team at artRiot are beginning to build a community of artists who are inspired to evoke change. There will be no nice florals, tepid landscapes or wallpaper portraits. ArtRiot wants their upcoming exhibition to be as memorable as the night the riot started!
Expressions of interest are now open for an interactive, multidisciplinary exhibition at the TAP Gallery in Sydney, 20 September – 3 October 2010.
June 17, 2010 to July 11, 2010
A ‘subtle’ intervention of the gallery space has been the impetus for five Melbourne based artists to create a dynamic response to establishing a cultural approach to sustainability.
6pm June 17 – Festival opening event at Melbourne’s Guilford Lane Gallery