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May 2 @ 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Arts Project Australia, 24 High St
Northcote, VIC 3070 Australia

Let’s Dance Fundraising Dinner – SOLD OUT!

AA IN MAY 2017 WE HAVE OUR FUNDRAISING DINNER 'LET'S DANCE' Our fundraising dinner is a distinctive dining and entertainment experience in our Northcote studio and gallery. The evening will include a tailored three-course dinner by Merricote's Rob Kabboord, matched wines by Delatite Winery and special guest, Charlotte Day, Director, Monash University Museum of Art. Providing entertainment will be the well-loved burlesque performances of Finucane and Smith. We'll also have our raffle in full swing with prizes including; Sofitel Melbourne Classic…

Daniel Pace, Not titled, 2013
on paper, 28 x 27 cm.

Daniel Pace, Not titled, 2013 on paper, 28 x 27 cm.

May 6 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Arts Project Australia, 24 High St
Northcote, VIC 3070 Australia

Opening: Let’s dance

Opening Saturday 6 May from 3pm to 5pm, Let's dance is inspired by a number of Arts Project Australia artists who have explored dance in its many forms, from the discipline of classical ballet to the free form of busting a move. The exhibition considers dance in a myriad of ways; as both a performance on stage and within the relative privacy of one's bedroom; as social courtship; as part of sacred ritual and, on occasion, as a physical form of endurance or protest. Curated by…

Cathy Staughton, Fan Big Grass, 2017, work on canvas, 168 x 153 cm.

Cathy Staughton, Fan Big Grass, 2017, work on canvas, 168 x 153 cm.

May 10 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Guild, 152 Sturt Street
Southbank, Victoria 3006 Australia

Opening: Disparate Lands

As part of CLIMARTE's ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2017 Festival Arts Project Australia is excited to present Disparate Lands. Opening Wednesday 10 May from 3-5pm at Creative Space's The Guild, Disparate Lands considers various aspects and responses surrounding climate change.  Featuring the work of Arts Project Australia artists including Michael Camakaris, Paul Hodges, Miles Howard-Wilks, Chris Mason and Cathy Staughton, the exhibition juxtaposes idyllic landscapes with works of unsettling and contaminated lands. Displaying large-scale works on canvas, the paintings depict the promise of hope, as well as the stark reality…