Judges have selected an exciting collection of 21 artworks which will form the finalist exhibition of the $5,000 All Connections to Unley Art Prize.
The City of Unley invited South Australian artists, of all ages and career stages, to create artworks for entry to the All Connections to Unley Art Prize. The prize is for works to the theme of connection to the City of Unley.
Along with the major prize of $5,000 on offer to the overall winner, there is an Elected Members Choice Award of $500 to be awarded to the finalist selected by the City of Unley's Elected Members.
The judging panel, made up of Alice Clanachan of the Art Gallery of South Australia, Peter Hughes, Councillor for Fullarton Ward and Matthew Ives, City of Unley’s Cultural Development Officer, selected the finalists to be exhibited at the Hughes Gallery, Fullarton. They will announce the overall winner at the finalist exhibition launch on Friday 7 June 2019.
Held every Tuesday from 7 May – 11 Jun 4.15pm – 6.15pm
This exciting new short course is ideal for teenagers (aged 13–17) who want to extend their artmaking experience. Emerging artist Alex Beckinsale will introduce participants to a range of materials and strategies for making drawings.
A2 sketch pad, 4 sheets A1 cartridge paper, 1 sheet mid-grey Canson paper, selection of pencils (eg 2B, 4B, 6B), willow and compressed charcoals, 1 Conte - White, blade or sharpener, white plastic eraser, kneadable eraser, masking tape, measuring stick (dowel).
Adelaide Hills YAC and h.ART are pleased to announce the second edition of their Youth Week exhibition event and hope that you are able to join us.
The exhibition will be held in an exciting new emerging arts venue within the State Heritage Listed Onkaparinga Woollen Mill in Lobethal.
Official Opening: Sunday 14th April 2019
Join artists Alex Beckinsale and Bernadette Klavins these Summer Holidays for two days of art making at Adelaide Central School of Art.
Hosted in our award-winning campus, our annual Summer Sessions program is for teenagers aged 13 – 17. Rotate your way through two specialised workshops based in drawing and sculpture.
Dates and times
Saturday 19 – Sunday 20 January 2019, 10 am – 4 pm
$190 – All materials included
BYO Lunch. Morning and afternoon tea will be provided.
Join Adelaide Central School of Art these school holidays for two days of art-making. Winter Workshops are for teenagers aged 13 – 17.
Dates: 14 - 15 July 2018
Times: 10am - 4pm
Cost: $190 - All materials included. Light refreshments will be provided. BYO lunch.
Suit: 13 - 17 years. Maximum 20 places
Learn new skills and techniques as you rotate your way through two different workshops based on oil painting and large-scale drawing.
Figure Drawing with Alex Beckinsale:
Experiment with figure drawing as you work from a costumed life model using a range of materials and surfaces.
Oil Painting with Luke Thurgate:
Get back to basics with this oil painting workshop. Learn about materials, tonal values and brush handling as you paint a still-life set up.
120 finalists. 3 locations. June 16 to July 22, 2018.
Join us as we celebrate 20 years since the Fleurieu Biennale Art Prize was established by David Dridan, Greg Trott and Tony Parkinson with the support of major wineries in 1998. This year, David Dridan has agreed to be our patron.
Artists were asked to respond to the theme 'Sense of Place' resulting a variety of mediums and artistic approaches.
With exhibitions in McLaren Vale and Goolwa what better reason to stay and give yourself time to explore all that the Fleurieu Peninsula has to offer. Enjoy the arts, wine, and great local produce. The Fleurieu Peninsula offers beautiful vistas from rolling hills to pristine beaches.
1. The McLaren Vale and Fleurieu Visitors Centre
796 Main Rd, McLaren Vale SA 5171
Open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday
10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday
2. Fleurieu Arthouse
Hardys, 202 Main Road McLaren Vale SA 5171
Open daily 11am to 4pm
3. Signal Point Gallery
The Wharf, Goolwa SA 5214
Open 11am to 4pm Monday to Friday
10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday
The biennial Percival Portrait Painting Prize is North Queensland’s own portrait competition.
Having begun in 2007, The Percivals is an open competition for artists. While showcasing the outstanding and innovative work currently being produced by Australian artists, the competition has also given many emerging artists an opportunity to engage with portraiture and share their expressions of themselves and those close to them.
You have been invited to a D&D exhibition! Wonderful artists from lands near and far have made wild wondrous works depicting bravery, daring & practical information for a would be adventurer.
Do you attend?
Featuring wonderful artists such as, Roy Ananda, Bodie Hartley, Mitch Hearn, Owen Heitmann, Art ByFranklin, Jake Holmes, Elizabeth Marruffo, Alex Smith, Ruby Trumble, David Waldie, Campbell Whyte, Anthea Wright, George Rex Comics and many more!
Friday April 27th
Allow us at Collective Haunt Incorporated to invite you to the opening of our inaugural exhibition, Haunt Volume One! Collective Haunt Inc. is Adelaide’s newest artist run initiative, comprised of artists’ studios and gallery space. Located on the Norwood Parade, Collective Haunt is focused on supporting a diverse range of artistic talent through our studios and exhibition program.
: ALEX BECKINSALE : CAROLYN CORLETTO : LUCIA DOHRMANN : KATE DOWLING : ZOE FRENEY : SUSAN HAMILTON : JAMES HOLDSWORTH : BERNADETTE KLAVINS : LISA LOSADA : JESSIE LUMB: TOM MAGUIRE : PETER MCMILLAN : EVY MOSCHAKIS : JANE SKEER : ANNE STEVENS : JESS TAYLOR : SARAH TICKLE : SAM TREVASKIS : HERMIONE TWYCROSS : SONYA UNWIN
Show runs from the 22nd of March to the 7th of April.
COLLECTIVE HAUNT INC. OPENING HOURS
The exhibition, Fragments, explores specific themes of Identity through the lens of three different artists: Riaghan Waters, Thomas Readett and Alex M. Beckinsale.
The exploration of how our personal identity is shaped by influences such as the knowledge of our ancestors and their cultural narratives. How psychological issues we battle in our own heads can lead to illness and mould the way we express ourselves. Works based on a range of old snapshot photography investigating the quiet and occasionally eerie moments, that these images capture.
'Near and Far' is a collection of works by three emerging South Australian visual artists, Alex Beckinsale, Seirian Kitchener and Lisa Losada. The exhibition engages with personal viewpoints of the familiar and the unexpected, and recontextualises the everyday – using everything from found images to experiences in nature, the artists move from the personal and intimate, to the limits of the horizon. The exhibition is a discourse on how we access the familiar world, reexamine it, and re-present it through close observation and care.
In this exhibition, Alex M. Beckinsale presents a body of work which focuses on a unique series of photographs held within the photographic collection of the Unley Museum.
These works present the viewer with a peculiar mixture of the romanticised past, and the excessively banal. The figures Beckinsale has chosen to depict are caught in a continuous state of everyday anticipation; forever waiting, watching, for a bus that will never arrive.