Rebecca Delange – Betra Fraval – Will Heathcote – Ben Taranto
Exhibition runs from:
21st September – 16th October 2016
Wed – Sun, 10am – 5pm
OUT SIDE IN
Seventh Gallery, 155 Gertrude St, Fitzroy
Opening Wednesday May 4th, 2016 6pm
This exhibition will run from the 5th May until the 20th May, 2016
Curated by Della Butler and supported by the Yarra City Council this show will present new work developed this year.
Visceralis a group exhibition curated by Aimee Board
George Patten Gallery
Level 2, Union House, University of Melbourne (Parkville)
Artists: Ruben Bull-Milne, Hillary Dodd, Yumemi Hiraki, Alexandra Walker and Will Heathcote
Closing Event: Wednesday 9th March from 5-7pm
Exhibition will be opening from February 22 until March 11, 2016.
Hawthorn Studio and Gallery, 635 Burwood Road, Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Opening October 11, 2014 6pm
Hawthorn Studio and Gallery presents work by a cross section of Australian artists that investigate various approaches to the landscape.
Exhibition running from 11 OCT – 1 NOV
Craft Victoria Presents New Work by Will Heathcote
20° S 135° E
Opening 6pm Thursday 19 June 2014
Showing from 20 June to 26 July 2014
In Gallery Three, Craft 31 Flinders Lane Melbourne
Will Heathcote’s exhibition 20° S 135° E navigates and disrupts common conceptions of wilderness.
Through actions, sculptural intervention, site specific casting and photography, Heathcote aims to physically explore the territory between controlled and uncontrolled environments unearthing a wealth of loaded material in typical projections of the outback.
20° S 135° E is the primary outcome of a broader self-directed residency program in various locations throughout regional Australia. Working from a cattle station in central Northern Territory, 20° S 135° E presents a physical engagement with a specific piece of land in Australia’s centre – mapping, moulding and casting it into an entirely new state of being.
Hannah Raisin and Will Heathcote: Bark & Bristle
Friday 21 March – Saturday 12 April
Hannah Raisin and Will Heathcote’s exhibition Bark and Bristle playfully ponders the complex and diverse relationships between people and their surroundings. The work aims to physically explore the territory between controlled and uncontrolled environments, identifying a wealth of material in typical projections of the Australian outback. Operating both collaboratively and individually the artists will showcase a body of new work developed during recent months spent working in the broader Alice Springs region.
Hannah and Will will also be undertaking a Travelling Artist Studio Residency at Watch This Space during their exhibition dates. Hannah and Will’s project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
See http://www.wts.org.au for more information.