Bio-Tech Evolution: Engagement with the Non-Human


Call for Submissions for Exhibition closes 4 November 2011 This exhibition will be used to examine interactions between humans, technology, and biology, with the aim of re-invigorating the social, cultural and environmental value of non-human life. Artworks that contain / deal with “wet biology” are encouraged, ethics /quarantine clearance must also be confirmed if this is required.  The exhibition will be held at the Spectrum Project Space, Edith Cowan University in Perth, Western Australia. Please email word documents and Jpegs  to Donna Franklin at donna_franki@yahoo.com,  including an Artist Statement, 300 word Biography, contact details and a photograph of proposed work or previous workt for further information.  The Exhibition will run for two weeks in either May or June 2012.
http://www.sca.ecu.edu.au

Making Sense, Craft Victoria.

October 12, 2011 11:00 am to October 15, 2011 11:00 am

Making Sense combines the work of artists Jasmine Targett and Debbie Symons. The works highlight the Antarctic region as a sensitive indicator of global change. Fearlessly the artists search for understanding the history of changing environmental conditions, presenting insight into mapping the forecast for tomorrow.

Tomorrow LandJasmine Targett’s luminescent series Life Support Systems uses NASA space suit helmet glass to discuss the history of monitoring the Earth’s Atmosphere and today’s attitudes towards Climate Change: the forecast for tomorrow. Deceptively beautiful the works examine alarming environmental data and the sublime beauty of impending decay.

Debbie Symons’ work is politically charged, discussing the moral and ethical consequences of ecological decisions. Symons’ drawing and video works explore the historical, political and environmental predicament of the Antarctic and its waters. The works chart the effects of environmental change on the 60 migratory species that rely on this region.

Making Sense at Craft Victoria & Federation Square Urban Screens, till October 15th, 2011.

Elizabeth Kelly: Tangerine Gold – closes 16/01/11

October 22, 2010 to January 16, 2011


Elizabeth Kelly, a Canberra-based glass artist, presents a range of recent work that combines exquisite skill and beauty with a deep concern for environmental sustainability.
When: Exhibiton closes 16th January
Where: Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, National Art Glass Gallery
Cost: Free

Reverse Garbage End of Year Fundraising Extravaganza

December 4, 2010

You are invited to a very special fundraiser for Reverse Garbage. Funds raised will go towards the purchase and fit out of a new home for RG! Live music by Ichabod’s Crane, Baron Field and DJ Offig.

An auction of iconic Reverse Garbage Barrels decoraged by artists and filled with goodies from West End businesses; artwork made from salvaged materials by local artists and designers on sale just in time for Christmas; finger food feast by Saledesign; a cash bar with beer and local wine supplied by Bent Road Winery.

296 Montague Rd, West End, Brisbane. $15 pre-paid, $20 at the door. Tickets available from Reverse Garbage or by credit card over the phone on 07 3844 9744 See Reverse Garbage’s website here.