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COLOUR AND FANTASY: Australia’s First Colonial Art Potters 1896-1910

11 Jul - 1 Sep, 2019

In the nineteenth century, Brunswick was the centre of Australia’s pottery manufacturing and was accordingly dubbed “Australia’s Little Staffordshire.” The exhibition focuses on three key figures from this period; The Ferry brothers, William and Graham, and Richard Sturrock. This trio’s loose collaboration produced exceptional wares from 1896 to 1910 of a type never before seen in...

AUNTY FRANCES GALLAGHER | GUNDITJMARA COUNTRY

13 Jul - 1 Sep, 2019

Bundoora Homestead Art Centre is honoured to present a restrospective exhibition by Aunty Frances Gallagher. Aunty Frances is a respected Elder who was born in Bendigo in 1926 and is proudly from the Gunditjmara people of Western Victoria. Aunty Frances studied at RMIT and received her Diploma at the age of 87. Within her landscape depictions of her Gunditjmara tribal lands, and ancestral...

JON BUTT | COLLIDER

13 Jul - 1 Sep, 2019

Collider is a site responsive video work that investigates physical and conceptual notions of landscape as matter and phenomena. Using video sequences and discreet sculptural interventions, this exhibition places Bundoora Homestead within a shifting scale of material territories, molecular energies and entropic disorder. Collider includes both abstracted and live video sequences shot...

SEAN MILES | MIDSUMMA ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

13 Jul - 1 Sep, 2019

In partnership with Midsumma Festival, Bundoora Homestead is delighted to host artist Sean Miles as our 2019 artist in residence. Sean Miles (Ngāti Raukawa) is a cute queer trickster artist and performer living and doing their mahi as an uninvited guest in unceded Kulin nation territory. Their multi-disciplinary art practice spans across performance, photography, video, sculpture and...

VICTORIAN QUILTERS | ONE STEP FURTHER

13 Jul - 1 Sep, 2019

One Step Further is a collection of new work created by leading textile artists of Australia and New Zealand. This exhibition of contemporary and innovative textile art pushes the boundaries of colour, texture, line and shape to explore many different issues and themes important to the featured artists. This prestigious biennial exhibition is organised by Victorian Quilters Inc. who...

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