to start the year 2015

2 – 20 Feb

Ways of Being

Portraits of and/or by selected members of staff at Central Institute of Technology, with a focus on the charms of our Creative Industries team. Come and get to know us and our ways of being. Open M-F only .

 

Darren Mok by Darren Mok _ Permaset screenprint on canvas 2012 30x30cm SMALL Neil Fernandes 1976 Marnie Watson portrait by Olga Cironis Robyn Alexander by Darren Mok_Permaset screenprint on canvas 2012 30x30cm

we don’t usually publish images without captions but we invite you to speculate upon  these portraits of Central staff

 

19 – 28 Feb

Foto-Central

An eclectic mix of photographic work from the lecturers and technical support staff of Central’s Photography department.  Open Thu/Fri  12 – 6, Sat 12 – 4 and by appointment.

 

Julian Tennant, Nyaungshwe longboats, Myanmar

Julian Tennant, Nyaungshwe longboats, Myanmar

9 March2 April

Between the Sheets: Artists’ Books Exhibition 2015

Gallery East present artists’ books from Australia, Europe, UK, Zimbabwe, USA and Asia. Printmakers, photographers, wordsmiths, textile artists, painters, sculptors and digital artists employ both traditional and contemporary art practices to create personal and universal takes on this most fascinating of art forms.

 

Kathy Aspinall Charlotte's Rose#2

Kathy Aspinall Charlotte’s Rose#2

Fri 20 March – Wed 1 April

Absorption by Andrew Mulvey

Time is compressed into a single moment and movement is rendered mute through long exposure in the search for simplicity in a series of minimalist black and white photographs of the Australian landscape.  Open Tues – Fri 3 – 7, Saturday 12 – 4

 

Andrew Mulvey, Elephant, Meelup Beach, Western Australia

Andrew Mulvey, Elephant, Meelup Beach, Western Australia

ADVANCE NOTICE – Saturday 18 April

Revealed – Emerging Aboriginal Artists from WA

Gallery Central is delighted to be co-presenting this exhibition, plus a spectacular Aboriginal Art market at the Urban Orchard and a Symposium/Professional Development program that brings together over 50 Aboriginal artists and arts workers from across the State.

Revealed is funded by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts; the Federal Government and Central with support from the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority

happy Mangkaja sales mob

happy Mangkaja sales mob

2015 Revealed

http://revealed.net.au/home

 

Exhibition 18 April – 9 May 2015

Open Mon to Fri 10-4.45pm and Sat 12-4pm

Gallery Central, Central Institute of Technology, 12 Aberdeen St, Northbridge

The Revealed exhibition showcases art by emerging Western Australian Aboriginal artists, across a variety of artistic mediums and with a diverse range of styles. The majority of these artists come from regional and remote areas of the State, ranging from Kalumburu in the far north, to Albany in the south.  Artworks are for sale and admission is free. The income and exposure for the artists on show develops their art practice and provides a real contribution to regional and remote livelihoods.

P: 9427 1318   E: gallery@central.wa.edu.au     www.gallerycentral.com.au

 

Public Symposium Friday 17 April 2015    1 – 5pm

State Library of WA Theatre, Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge

Featuring a line-up of speakers, ranging from key industry figures through to remote area artists, thrashing out some current issues and celebrating some unique artistic achievements – lots of good stories from out bush!

Admission free.
RSVP is essential: dsdadmin@dca.wa.gov.au

 

Art Marketplace Saturday 18 April 2015     12 – 7pm

Urban Orchard, Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge

Aboriginal art centres display and sell an exciting range of work directly to the public, while sharing the stories of their art and communities.  Twenty five Aboriginal-owned art centres from across WA will have stalls where visitors can buy art from the people who make it. The festival atmosphere of the Marketplace will be enriched by music, film and art-making. Admission free.

Schedule of free activities to be announced early 2015.

TESSELLATION STREET PROJECT by Trevor Richards

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Perth Artist Trevor Richards has applied his striking designs to the windows of five old shopfronts on Beaufort Street between Aberdeen and Newcastle, adjacent to Central Institute.
 
The Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority and Gallery Central have commissioned Richards to create a strip of geometric designs linking the spaces and enlivening the disused shops. Richards completed the first shop window in early 2013 with a design derived from a floor tile pattern discovered at the New Norcia Hotel, formerly a Benedictine Hostel.  All the designs are inspired by mosaic tile patterns from churches and other buildings around the world.

 

MRA

 

www.mra.wa.gov.au