UPCOMING

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS


Our 2019 season was launched in January and our season brochure is available from the paranaple arts centre, or you can download the 2019 paranaple Season E-Booklet here.


MAIN GALLERY

As far as the eye can see

8 June - 28 July 2019

As far as the eye can see celebrates celebrates the contemporary topography of both landscape and printmaking. The exhibition challenges these doubly conventional themes through the work of twenty-two Australian artists whose work reflects the breadth and depth of print practice in Australia today. The artists express their individual relationships to the land through a variety of print media, describing both the vast scale and the intimate detail of our diverse natural environment and portraying Australia’s unique and varied geography.

Featuring Antonia Aitken (TAS), Raymond Arnold (TAS), G. W. Bot (ACT), Susanna Castleden (WA), Jan Davis (NSW), Gary Jolley (NSW), Locust Jones (NSW), Martin King (VIC), Judith Martinez (NSW), Clyde McGill (WA), Helen Mueller (NSW), Alice Nampitjinpa (NT),
Dorothy Napangardi (NT), Daniel O’Shane (QLD), Janet Parker-Smith (NSW), Julie Paterson (NSW), Olga Sankey (SA), Gary Shinfield (NSW), Rochelle Summerfield (NSW), Chris Tobin (NSW), Judy Watson (QLD) and Freedom Wilson (NSW).

A Blue Mountains City Art Gallery touring exhibition. This exhibition is supported by the Visions regional touring program, an Australian Government program aiming to improve access to cultural material for all Australians.

Image: ROCHELLE SUMMERFIELD Lost 2016, pigment print on archival paper, 89 x 113 cm. Courtesy the artist.

 

 

On Belonging(s)

Artists: Alex Davern, Liam James, Amber Koroluk-Stephenson, Jessie Pangas
Curated by Erin Wilson


3 August - 22 September 2019

On Belonging(s) brings together four Tasmania artists who are exploring how we attach value to objects, and the role they play in the stories we tell about ourselves, both individually and communally. On Belonging(s) is a reflection on how we construct our identity, connect ourselves to place and engage with our possessions, both nostalgically and idealistically, as extensions of the self.

Image: Jessie Pangas, Inhabit, 2018. Soil, found armchair and curtain. IMage by Lauren McKinnon Photography.

 

 

LITTLE GALLERY

10 Objects - 10 Stories: Celebrating Community Collections

25 May - 21 July 2019

The 10 Objects – 10 Stories: Celebrating Community Collections exhibition has been curated by Arts Tasmania’s Roving Curators. It features 10 selected objects and their accompanying stories from various small museums and collections around the state and aims to celebrate the important role that the community museum sector plays as storytellers and custodians of our state’s unique cultural heritage.

Image: Tricycle, c.1900 from the collection of the West Coast Heritage Centre, Zeehan

 

 

Threads of Childhoods Past: Jennifer Frost & Jan Larcombe
Devonport Regional Gallery Emerging Artist Program - The Little Gallery

27 July - 1 September 2019

Two artsists with a shared childhood growing up in the remote area of Trowutta in th efar North West coast of Tasmania in the 1950s and early 1960s have created artworks based on their reflections of that time.

Exploring types of memories and their strong connection to family, place and values was central to the creation of these works.

This exhibition will also invite the viewer to engage with fragments and senses of their own childhood memories.

 

Image: Curiosity Cabinet, 2019, Jennifer Frost 

 

 

 

UPPER GALLERY

Uncanny

8 June - 25 August 2019

Uncanny brings together works from the DCC Permanent Collection that have strange, mysterious and unsettling qualities. Whether through humour and hyperbole, or ambiguity and unease, these uncanny works raise more questions than they can answer.

Curated by Erin Wilson.

 Tom Samek 1976

Image: Tom Samek, Australian Summer Smile 2, 1976, etching. DCC Permanent Collection.  

 


 

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