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​Arts Project showcases exhibitions at Arts Project as well as in national and international venues.

Upcoming Events

Adrian Lazzaro Ferrari Fasting Cars 2019

Adrian Lazzaro. Ferrari Fasting Cars, 2019

June 30, 2020 @ 8:00 am - January 8, 2021 @ 5:00 pm

Mapping Own Own Future

Mapping Our Own Future is a weekly series of solo and group virtual exhibitions curated from our stockroom. An extension of our gallery to a virtual space, the series offers a place to connect with APA artists from home.
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July 6 @ 8:00 am - October 1 @ 5:00 pm
Gallery of Everything, 4 Chiltern St
Marylebone, London, W1U 7PS United Kingdom

The Deep @ Gallery of Everything – EXTENDED DATES

The Gallery of Everything presents THE DEEP - an exploration into the vocabulary of two non-verbal artists working in the contemporary sphere. Julian Martin and Terry Williams are longstanding members of Arts Project Australia. Their respective practices, nurtured at this ground-breaking Melbourne institution, evidence how atypical art-makers mesh seamlessly into the widest cultural circles. Image | Terry Williams, Untitled, 2014, thread, fabric, 105 x 110 x 30 cm, 41 3/8 x 43 1/4 x 11 3/4 in

August 1, 2020 @ 8:00 am - October 23, 2021 @ 5:00 pm

Mark Smith @ Tensions 2020 Tamworth Textile Triennial National Tour

Arts Project Australia's Mark Smith has collaborated with Australian Tapestry Workshop's Dell Stewart on an artwork showing in the Tamworth Textile Triennial.  Tamworth Textile Triennial is held every three years, it showcases the best of textile art from across the country, attracting artist participation from all states in Australia. Tension(s) 2020: Tamworth Textile Triennial has been curated by Vic McEwan creating an important record of the changing nature and progress of textile practice from a national perspective. Tension(s) 2020: Tamworth…

September 10 @ 8:00 am - September 24 @ 5:00 pm


At a time when creativity is more critical than ever, why do we still have to work so hard to justify why art is important? We know art has an extraordinary impact on our lives – the community tells us, studies tell us and the economy tells us. The jury is in and it’s a no-brainer: art matters and is too important not to share. Featuring work by Arts Project artists Michael Camakaris, Samraing Chea, Bronwyn Hack, Michael Licenblat, Eden Menta, Lisa Reid, Cathy Staughton and Terry Williams. Visit the…

September 12 @ 8:00 am - November 7 @ 5:00 pm
Summertime, 145 Ainslie Street
Brooklyn, NY United States

Emily Dober @ Fair Vanity

Art Project Australia’s Emily Dober is pleased to participate in Summertime’s Fair Vanity, an exhibition guest curated by Lisa Slominski, in Brooklyn, New York. From sheltering in place to nationwide protests, identity in our current contemporary culture has become both physical and virtual, as well as personal and communal. Fair Vanity creates playful pushes and thoughtful pulls between art and design; abstraction and figuration; vernacular culture and formality. How does the way we choose to identify ourselves differ from other’s…

September 17 @ 8:00 am - October 1 @ 5:00 pm

Robin Warren Solo Mottled Images @ Arts Project Australia Online

Robin Warren's current virtual exhibition Mottled Images presents work created in the Arts Project Australia studio from 2017-2019. A few years ago, Warren moved from Perth to Melbourne to build his practice at Arts Project. In non-COVID times, he gets to work alongside his contemporary peers and tap into broader resources that enable him to take his career in new directions. Visit the exhibition. 

Kaye McDonald, Not titled (flowers in a vase), 2009, 36 x 29 x 8 cm

September 23 @ 8:00 am - October 4 @ 5:00 pm
7 Clovelly Road, 7 Clovelly Road
Randwick, NSW 2035 Australia

Kaye McDonald and Kate Knight @ The Vase and Flower Show

Arts Project Australia's Kaye McDonald and Kate Knight are showing at The vase and flower show, a ceramics and floral arrangement exhibition curated by Sassy Park at 7 Clovelly Road from Monday 21 September to Sunday 4 October. This year we have spent more time at home than maybe ever before.  Nature in the form of flowers and foliage, brought into the house bring us solace and small joys. The vase and flower show plays with the idea of the domestic ‘vase of flowers’. 20…