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MONSTROSITY GALLERY: Monstrosity’s new group show ‘Creature Featur’e is
like entering a very funky house of horrors.
NGV INTERNATIONAL: If you have never seen a Gustave Moreau, here is a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience, in depth, the work of an artist regarded by many as amongst the important visionaries mediating the transitional between the end of French Academic Painting and the rise of the Modern.
MELBOURNE ART FOUNDATION is inviting nominations for the Melbourne Art Foundation Awards for the Visual Arts, next held in 2011.
NAVA: At this time of the year a whole new cohort of expectant graduates are hatching as emerging artists. Many students will find ways not to leave the safety of the teaching institution by enrolling in higher degrees not only to increase their academic skills, but importantly to maintain access to the studio space and equipment provided by these institutions.
ACMI: Focussing on a selection of Disney’s adapted works, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image’s (ACMI) latest exhibition, 'Dreams Come True: The Art of Disney’s Classic Fairy Tales' is a testament to both the studio’s industrial accomplishments and sociological influence.
GOLD COAST ART PRIZE: 2010 Stan and Maureen Duke Gold Coast Art Prize Winner Announced
VISUAL ARTS: Writing proposals for exhibitions is one of the most important parts of your art practice. Knowing how to sell yourself and tell others about your work can be tricky.
SCULPTOR: McClelland Sculpture Award winning artist/sculptor Louise Paramor, wanted to be a chef when she was eight years old, but by 17 had her sights set on the arts.
Nillumbik Shire is a cradle for the creative souls. Visual artists, culinary masters and wine connoisseurs alike find this woodsy mountainous region inviting and nurturing. The region is a stone’s throw from civilisation, and yet with an unexpected turn onto a dirt road, one would swear to be hundreds of kilometres out in the bush.
ADEC: Artist Ian Chong had “no idea at all” that he was creative during his 20 odd years as a plumber. But when a diagnosis of adult onset muscular dystrophy left him wheelchair bound, he found he had quite the knack for painting.
MCCLELLAND SCULPTURE AWARD 2011: Melbourne based artist Louise Paramor is the winner of the prestigious acquisitive McClelland Award 2010 announced on Sunday 21 November 2010.
RMIT UNIVERSITY: Artist Sam Leach, winner of this year’s Archibald and Wynne prizes, has been named RMIT University’s Alumnus of the Year.
ARTS PROJECT AUSTRALIA: Thérèse Rein to become Patron of Arts Project Australia
SYNGENTA PHOTO PRIZE: Syngenta announces Photo Prize 2010 winners, 3800 submissions from 87 countries, with winning entries from Australia, Hungary and Spain.
THE LIGHTHOUSE FOUNDATION: The Lighthouse Foundation is inviting art lovers to join them in supporting homeless young people in Victoria
MUMA: The Monash University Museum of Modern Art opened its Caulfield gallery late last month and the guests - academics, artists and curators were clearly delighted.
VISUAL ARTS: Dr Lisa Anderson is a visual artist specialising in public art and intimate images travelling to London to open her show 'The Ends of the Earth' courtesy of the Australian High Commissioner. In her third installment for ArtsHub we follow her back to London and some of the world's greatest galleries.
MCCLELLAND SCULPTURE SURVEY AND AWARD 2010: The winner of the prestigious McClelland Sculpture Survey & Award 2010 will be presented by Dame Elisabeth Murdoch AC DBE and Neil Balnaves AO on Sunday 21 November, 3pm at McClelland Gallery + Sculpture Park.
MCCLELLAND SCULPTURE SURVEY & AWARD 2010: Artist Laura Woodward is one of 34 finalists in this year’s McClelland Sculpture Award, an acquisitive outdoor sculpture award worth $100,000. The winner will be announced on Sunday 21 November, 2010.
THE JAPAN FOUNDATION: Taking home the Japan Foundation New Artist Award for 2010, Kath Fries of NSW has been announced as the First Prize winner of this year’s facetnate! program, an initiative by the Japan Foundation, Sydney, designed to support emerging visual artists.
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