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Arts Project Australia

Everyone’s heard of a dragon

Everyone's Heard of a Dragon

Arts Project Australia is excited to announce that Terry Williams will be included in Craft Victoria’s end-of-year exhibition Everyone’s heard of a dragon.

Guest curated by artists James Lemon and Bobby Corica, Everyone’s Heard of a Dragon explores the profound impact of fantasy and material practice as tools for navigating one’s experiences. This charged realm, situated between the truths of our immediate reality and the expansive realm of possibilities, shapes our surroundings, offering solace and imbuing the world with meaning.

Materiality plays a pivotal role in shaping both fantasy and truth. It demands meticulous attention and immersion, serving as a bridge that connects things that were, things that are, and some things that have not yet come to pass. What joys can we toil, passing threads between our fingers or simply bringing a vessel to the lip to sip? Everyone’s Heard of a Dragon invites artists, designers, and craftspeople to consider our shared obsessions with materials and how they can affirm and expand our unique stories.

To paraphrase Ursula K. Le Guin: If imagination is the instrument of ethics, what forms shall our melodies take?

Everyone’s heard of a dragon will open at Craft on Thursday 16 November, 6-8pm.

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  • Wheelchair accessible

Craft is wheelchair accessible, with a wheelchair-accessible bathroom. For those with limited mobility, Craft’s premises have a lift which takes you to our opening space.

Please note that the laneway to Craft has a sloped surface.

Craft also welcome guide and assistance animals in the gallery.

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