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NEWS / 26 May 2020
Mapping Our Own Future
A weekly series of virtual exhibitions curated from our stockroom
Japan and Mash 
Online Solo Exhibition

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Rebecca Scibilia (b 1980) is a Melbourne-based artist who utilises a variety of media for her works, sourcing her imagery from a range of popular culture items. 

In her solo, Scibilia weaves depictions of journeys in Japan, characterised by bold texta colour and assured pattern making which maintains an evocative balance of vibrating energy and personal reflection.

Scibilia has been a regular studio artist at Arts Project Australia since 1999 and her work is held in the Leeuwin Estate Collection in Western Australia and private collections Australiawide.

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APA artists in conversation with Australia's leading artists and art professionals

Anthony Fitzpatrick on Bronwyn Hack

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In this video Anthony Fitzpatrick, Curator at TarraWarra Museum of Art, discusses how he came to know the work of Bronwyn Hack, a painter, printmaker, ceramicist and textile artist who has worked in the studio at Arts Project Australia since 2011. He reflects on the experience of curating Hack’s ‘body pieces’ for the 2017 exhibition Faraway, so close, and why he finds Hack’s art practice to be both important and poignant.


 
Melbourne Art Fair x Ocula 
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Arts Project Australia is proud to exhibit 7 artists as part of the Melbourne Art Fair and Ocula’s Viewing Rooms.

The works of Will Murray, Adrian Lazarro, Anthony Romagnano, Paul Hodges, Ruth Howard, Rebecca Scibilia and Warren O'Brien, spanning painting, drawing, soft sculpture and ceramics, present a dialogue in line with contemporary feelings of solidarity and absence. Split between abstract and figurative works, the artists relate to individual and collective humanity and draw the mind to a lost familiarity with the world, reminiscent of spaces near and far.

Viewing Rooms are live 3 June through to 7 June 2020. 


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All artworks are available for sale. 60% of sales go to directly to artists and 40% of sales go to APA to support our studio and artists. All artworks can either be mailed or stored safely. Limited collection times available. 
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