EBV East Brunswick Village Display Suite, 127-149 Nicholson Street Brunswick East
Site-specific public commission for Banco Groups new development in Brunswick, revealed late 2018 with Artists in Conversation event April 9th, 2019. 7pm – 9pm
NGV Melbourne Design Week – Jack’s Reloaded: material as memory
EXHIBITION TIMES: Sat-Sun, 23-24 Mar, 10AM-5PM
PUBLIC TALK: Sat 23 Mar, 2-3PM
Curated by Georgia Nowak and Eugene Perepletchikov, Jack’s Magazine is explored through an exhibition that uncovers Victoria’s complex geological and social histories hidden within its bluestone walls.
SPRING1883 2018 – MARS SUITE
SPRING1883 returned to The Hotel Windsor from 1-4 August 2018, as part of Melbourne Art Week, coinciding with the Melbourne Art Fair. The fifth edition of SPRING1883 saw 24 galleries showcasing the best contemporary art from the region and beyond across the four luxurious levels of Melbourne’s grandest heritage hotel, together with In Bloom, in The Project Room and a special presentation by Third Drawer Down.
Location — The Hotel Windsor 111 Spring Street, Melbourne 3000, Australia
Registration — The Hotel Windsor Lobby
SPRING1883 Opening Hours —
Wednesday 1 August – VIP and Media Previews (by Invitation)
Thursday 2 August – 12-7pm
Friday 3 August – 12-8pm – followed by SPRING1883 Artist Party
Saturday 4 August – 12-7pm
SPRING1883 Artist Party
Friday 3 August – 8-11pm, The Grand Ballroom, The Hotel Windsor
FREE ENTRY, DJS & Pay Bar
Victorian College of the Arts Masters Exhibition 2017
Presented by graduating students from the Master of Contemporary Art and Master of Fine Art.
Opening Celebrations Monday 4 December, 6.00pm-8.00pm
Exhibition Dates 5 – 10 December Daily from 12.00pm – 5.00pm
Audiences will navigate a dynamic exhibition beginning in the Margaret Lawrence Gallery and leading into the VCA Art studios.
This exhibition celebrates the students’ artistic imagination, extensive theoretical knowledge and mastery of their practical and technological skills.
Image: Phebe Parisia Shelter disguised as painting (detail) 2017 Remnants of white coated black and navy heavyweight waterproof nylon/ grey heavyweight waterproof fabric (composition unknown); Artline™ permanent felt tip marker, Createx™ airbrush colours, Tenacious Tapes™ black cotton adhesive tape 300 x 700 cm http://www.phebeparisia.com
9 X 5 NOW – Margaret Lawrence Gallery ART150 16 – 25 June 2017
Curator: Dr Elizabeth Gower
Gallery Opening Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 12:00pm – 5:00pm
More than 300 contemporary visual artists have contributed original artworks for the upcoming 9 X 5 NOW exhibition at the Victorian College of the Arts.
The ‘9 X 5’ title references the original exhibition of Impressionist works held at the Buxton Galleries in 1889 which included the work of key Australian Impressionist artists – Tom Roberts, Arthur Streeton, Frederick McCubbin and Charles Condor, all graduates from the National Gallery of Victoria Art School, the founding institution of the Victorian College of the Arts. The artworks were painted on cigar box lids and the title of the exhibition is derived from the dimensions of those works (nine inches by five inches).
The exhibition program also includes artist talks, tours, and a one-day symposium.
9 X 5 NOW is one of the highlights of ART150, a year-long program of events, interviews and expert commentary to celebrate 150 years of art in Melbourne at the VCA and its predecessor institutions – a lineage that began with the establishment of the National Gallery of Victoria Art School in 1867
The pricing of works from the 9 X 5 collection begins at $500, with funds raised going towards the establishment of the ART150 scholarship. Eftpos and credit card facilities will be available on site, for the convenience of those wishing to make a purchase.
Gallery 5 – c3 Contemporary Art Space April 2017
Eliza Dyball, Jeremy Eaton, Kate Golding, Will Heathcote, Shane Nicholas, Emanuel Rodriguez, Vivian Cooper Smith, Nathan Stolz and Siying Zhou
This exhibition brings together the work of eleven artists who are all undertaking research degrees at VCA. Despite working across painting, photography, sculptural and spatial practice, performance, video and animation, there’s considerable conceptual overlap and resonances throughout the group. Working within the heuristic academic environment allows common ground to be embraced in ways not readily available in everyday art practice. This exhibition is an opportunity to explore these shared interests through practice, curatorship and presentation. Rather than simply being a group display of individual artworks, the artists will trace lines and intersections through each other’s work, collaborating or responding, occupying common ground or contesting territory. It is an opportunity to expand learning and practice beyond the limitations of individual research or medium specific outcomes while also providing a space to experiment and develop ongoing concerns.
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.