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brigid hanrahan, not titled 2012, work on canvas, 62 x 74 cm (detail)
 
FAMILIARITY, FABRIC & FANTASY

Familiarity, fabric and fantasy are the upcoming themes at Arts Project Australia. Having launched our AUSTRALIANA collaboration with National Gallery of Victoria and Third Drawer Down as well as our first edition of Collector's Corner, we're now getting ready to launch two new exhibitions; The song till the end and Home & the fabric of the familiar.

In other exciting news, Amani Tia and Patrick Francis are participating in the Bundoora Nebula Residency program, while both Alan Constable and Julian Martin have recently exhibited in New York and received incredible reviews. We've had Charlotte Day, director at MUMA, visiting the gallery to curate her upcoming exhibition at Arts Project Australia and, for interested Sydney-siders, you can currently catch Patrick Francis's work at Robin Gibson Gallery. Read below to find out more!

 
 
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THE SONG TILL THE END

Opening Saturday 18 March from 3pm to 5pm is Laura Sheehan's first solo show The song till the end. The show explores Sheehan's personal experience alongside her interest in fantasy, music and animation.

 
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HOME & the fabric of the familiar
Also opening Saturday 18 March is Home & the fabric of the familiarBased on a sense of safety, comfort and belonging, the exhibition explores our universal desire for sanctuary through memory and personal response. 
 
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AMANI TIA & PATRICK FRANCIS GAIN BUNDOORA RESIDENCY

Amani Tia and Patrick Francis are participating in the Bundoora Nebula Residency, a rare creative opportunity that provides a month-long studio space for the artists to produce an original work.

 
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PATRICK FRANCIS BUNDOORA HOMESTEAD SOLO SHOW

Patrick Francis is currently exhibiting his solo show Portraits Remastered at Bundoora Homestead, with the exhibition displaying Francis's historical and celebrity portraits and continues until 30 April.

 
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AUSTRALIANA Collection

We've collaborated with National Gallery of Victoria and Third Drawer Down to produce AUSTRALIANA, a collection of artist-designed wares featuring Arts Project artists, available at NGV and at Arts Project.

 
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COllector's Corner #1

Did you catch our first edition of Collector's Corner? Collector's Corner is a series of interviews with avid art collectors and for our first edition we caught up with Clive Scott, Manager of Sofitel Melbourne.

 
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JULIAN MARTIN NEW YORK SHOWING
Julian Martin's  works were recently shown at the Fleisher/Ollman booth at NY's Independent Art Fair alongside the Fleisher/Ollman booth at The Armory Show.  
 
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ALAN CONSTABLE ALSO IN NEW YORK 
Alan Constable's ceramic cameras have recently exhibited at DUTTON gallery in New York and were shown (thanks to DUTTON) at NADA New York.
 
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PATRICK FRANCIS AT ROBIN GIBSON
Patrick Francis's work is currently on show at Robin Gibson Gallery in Sydney. Patrick has been included in a group exhibition entitled Yellow which ends 29 March 2017.
 
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STUDIO SEEKS DIGITAL VOLUNTEERS
Our studio is seeking volunteers for our digital art program on Tues and Wed mornings. If interested, or for more information, please click 'volunteer' below.
 
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ARTISTS FOR SATURDAY PROGRAM
Our Saturday Recreational Studio Program has extended and we're seeking artist applications for our new afternoon session which runs 1pm-3pm.
 
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HAVE ANY OLD TELEPHONE BOOKS?
Our studio would love your old telephone books for their printmaking program. If you have any floating around that you no longer need, please drop them off!
 
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