February 4, 2013 10:00 pm to February 12, 2013 10:00 pm
To coincide with the two year anniversary of the 2011 Queensland floods, local artist Deb Mostert brings stories of loss and redemption into focus in Recovery: The Flood Objects Project.
The exhibition consists of a series of still life paintings based on items salvaged by Goodna, Ipswich and Brisbane residents and explores the sacredness of everyday objects as a measure of memory and value in our lives. Read more
Kate, Chelmer (after Cotan) 2012
Oil on board 46 x 62cm
Photo: Carl Warner
The Australian Future Foods Lab is an artist collective that seeks to re-ignite tastebuds and the cultural imagination in support of emerging and sustainable food systems.
An initiative of Carbon Arts together with Round Angle Studio and artist Steaphan Paton, the Lab invites innovation and experimentation through unique collaborations involving artists, scientists, chefs and the food industry.
Our focus for early 2013 is native foods that support biodiversity and celebrate the traditional knowledge of Indigenous Australians. Two events with artist Janet Laurence kick off our activities in February.
More information http://www.carbonarts.org/projects/the-australian-future-foods-lab/
Ever wondered what happens to your body when you are exposed to Radiation?
Radiate is a factual motion graphics animation taking people through the concept of radiation, the science, its effects on the human body and an overview of how and which industries produce it.
The artists working on this project are Sam Hoffmann, Paul Kalemba and Nicky Forster. The director Sam Hoffmann will be responsible for the look, narrative and the process. His creative company 4pillars works on education, sustainability and media arts projects throughout Australia. The artist Paul Kalemba will be providing a slick visual style and his amazingly skilled animations. Nicky Forster is an academic, sound designer and writer. She will be creating a sound piece to co-incide with the visual work.
Overseeing the project will be Cat Beaton. Cat has tirelessly worked on Education campaigns across Australia about the Nuclear Industry.
Radiate is seeking support to create the animation video. For more information http://www.pozible.com/index.php/archive/index/11171/description/0/0
Summer has arrived and it’s time to enjoy Zoo Twilights live at Melbourne Zoo. The Zoo has invited some of the best local musical talent to join in the fight against wildlife extinction. See your favourite artists perform live every Friday and Saturday night from 25 January to 9 March 2013.
Gates open at 5.30pm and concerts commence at 7.00pm. Selected animal exhibits will also be open after hours. Book tickets online below or phone 1300 966 784. View full Zoo Twilights terms and conditions. All ticket proceeds help Zoos Victoria fight wildlife extinction.
January 9, 2013 2:00 am to February 24, 2013 2:00 am January 9, 2013 2:00 am to February 24, 2013 2:00 am
Artists are invited to participate in the Healing the Bay exhibition at Gasworks Art Park
Inspiring concern and action for the health of Port Phillip Bay raising awareness within the wider community.
Works in a number of media may refer to phenomena that are putting pressure on our bay,
Reflections on our future, the changing face of climate change or beauty and significance of what we now have and need to preserve.
Exhibition Location : GASWORKS ARTS PARK, 21 Graham Street, Albert Park, 5th February – 24th February 2013
More information http://www.planetaryhealingartists.blogspot.com.au/