29-Nov-2008 - 24-Dec-2008
The 2008 CAST Members’ Exhibition was the largest Members’ show to date. The works reflected a diverse array of media, representing a great celebration of this organisation’s growing membership base and continued community support!
18-Oct-2008 - 16-Nov-2008
Nicole Voevodin-Cash, Elizabeth Woods
LANDscapers is a collaborative project between Nicole Voevodin-Cash and Elizabeth Woods that explores the positive outcomes of regionalism. The project investigates the natural environment, site specificity, landscaping, cooking, sewing and aims to push boundaries with both art and audiences questioning ‘what is art?’ and 'what is it good for?'
20-Sep-2008 - 12-Oct-2008
FIONA MACDONALD, THERESE MASTROIACOVO, SPIROS PANIGIRAKIS, BEN. HARPER, BRONWYN CLARK-COOLEE
CURATOR: FIONA MACDONALD // Redrawing brings together five artists who construct forms of repetition in their practices. These repetitions are variously acts of reclassification, reiteration, translation, mediation and amplification. Drawing on a relation to an existing work, these re-productions use this relation to re-propose the model on which they draw.
14-Aug-2008 - 23-Nov-2008
DI ALLISON, TARA BADCOCK, SALLY BROWN, GAY HAWKES, LINDA FREDHEIM, ROSEMARY O'ROURKE, PETER PRASIL, JON WILLIAMSON
CURATORS: PETER HUGHES & MICHAEL EDWARDS // Facture was an exhibition of the work of Tasmanian crafts practitioners who resist the sanctioned production methodologies of recent design and object manufacture and instead sought a poetic fit between making, material and meaning.
09-Aug-2008 - 07-Sep-2008
COLIN LANGRIDGE, ELLIE RAY
In this exhibition, Ellie Ray and Colin Langridge explore notions of the 'fold' within their individual photography and scultpural practices. In isolation they both explored new territory, but when brought together in the gallery Fold allows for interplay of similarities and differences between the works. The connections are both formal and emotive but they are perhaps most evident in a sense of contemplative ambiguity pervading the work – a feeling that gazing at the fall of folded fabric is a memory that is deeply imprinted upon our collective minds.