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Bookshelf

Monthly digital releases of our acclaimed publications.

So Far… eight artists / eight stories (2014)

Published for Arts Project Australia’s 40th Anniversary in 2014, So Far… encapsulates eight stories that follow eight accomplished Arts Project studio artists. The publication, written by Anne Stonehouse with James McDonald, focusses on stories of the artists and their art, and their common, strong commitment to their art practice. These eight artists’ stories, and the images of their work, are a testimony to the role that making art plays in their lives and documents eight examples of genuine inclusion through telling their stories in an honest and straightforward way.

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IT TAKES MORE THAN 140 CHARACTERS TO WRITE A NOVEL ESSAY (2015)

It takes more than 140 characters to write a novel was a 2015 exhibition curated by Dr Vincent Alessi, Senior Lecturer of Creative Arts at La Trobe University exploring the use of digital technologies and the photographic image, paintings, drawings and ceramic objects. The exhibition featured works by both artists who attend the Arts Project studio, and external artists, including Alvaro AlvarezJustin AndrewsPeter Ben, Erica Berechree, Alan ConstableChris O’BrienSimon Finn, and Darren Wardle.

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Listen to the exhibition essay by curator Dr Vincent Alessi (read by Tahney Fosdike). 

 

FEM-aFFINITY Catalogue (2019)

Curated by contemporary artist and academic Dr Catherine Bell, FEM-aFFINITY brings together female artists from Arts Project and wider Victoria whose work share an affinity of subject and process. By situating female Arts Project studio artists alongside other female contemporary artists, the exhibition seeks to uncover shared perspectives and variations on female identity. The exhibition opened at Arts Project Australia in July 2019 and is set to tour Australia over the next two years. The catalogue includes images of artworks as well as words by Ellen Wignell, Sue Roff, Sim Luttin, Catherine Bell and Jacqueline Millner. Supported by NETS Victoria, The Australia Council for the Arts, and The Limb Family Foundation.

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Listen to FEM-aFFINITY catalogue essay If Collaboration is the Method, Activism is the Intention by curator Dr Catherine Bell pp. 19-24 (read by Tahney Fosdike). 

 

 

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