The artists who practice from the Arts Project Australia studio are continuously exhibiting their work at galleries throughout Melbourne, Australia and internationally. See where you can catch Arts Project artists throughout May and June 2017.
Disparate Lands | ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2017 Festival | The Guild
27 April – 1 July
In Disparate Lands, artists Michael Camakaris, Paul Hodges, Miles Howard-Wilks, Chris Mason and Cathy Staughton explore various perspectives on climate change. Idyllic landscapes are juxtaposed with works of unsettling and contaminated lands. Presented by Arts Project Australia in partnership with CLIMARTE and curated by Sim Luttin and James McDonald.
Smallworks Art Prize 2017 | Brunswick Street Gallery
12 May – 2 June
The Annual Small Works 2017 Art Prize is currently on display and features the work of Chris Mason, Matthew Gove, Jodie Noble and Fulli Andrinopoulos.
Wangaratta Art Gallery Contemporary Textile Award 2017
3 June – 6 August
Terry Williams‘ soft sculpture work has been chosen as a finalist in the Wangaratta Art Gallery Contemporary Textile Award 2017. Known for his soft sculpture creations, Williams’ career reflects a diverse exploration of materials and techniques. His oeuvre reveals an ongoing fascination with UFOs, science fiction, anthropomorphic creatures, people and industrial and domestic settings.
Victorian Craft Awards 2017 | Craft Victoria
3 June – 8 July
Congratulations to Alan Constable, Terry Williams and Chris O’Brien who are all finalists in the Victorian Craft Awards 2017. The Awards, presented by Craft Victoria, is Victoria’s largest biennial exhibition of craft artists, showcasing excellence and innovation across all mediums.
The Museum of Everything Australia | Museum of Old and New Art (MONA)
10 June 2017 – 8 July 2018
Come June, MONA will play host to an astonishing exhibition of art objects selected and curated by The Museum of Everything—the world’s first wandering institution for the untrained, unintentional, undiscovered and unclassifiable artists of the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries. You can find works by Julian Martin, Terry Williams, Alan Constable and Chris Mason.