Trudi Curtis, director of Hobart’s Colville Gallery, discusses curating the new ‘Works on Paper’ exhibition (10-22 May).
James Noonan interviews artist Heather Hesterman about her new show ‘survey:multiples’ and her recent “edulab” at Shepparton Art Museum (SAM).
Artists Wayne Viney and Stephanie Jane Rampton discuss the show ‘About the Land’ at Australian Galleries, featuring eight contemporary artists whose common approach towards printmaking processes reveals remarkable diversity of expression. Positioning landscape as the central subject in their practice, each artist communicates their individual perspective and unique technical expertise through a shared source of inspiration.
Castlemaine Press is holding a big steamroller press event this Sunday as part of the Castlemaine State Festival. Melissa Proposch discusses it.
Michelle Zuccolo discusses the work of Pam Hallandal and other artists in the group exhibition Paper Walls at Glen Eira City Gallery.
A new exhibition at Parliament House, Canberra, surveys the history of the Print Council of Australia print collection.
Lisa Slade and Maria Zagala discuss the Art Gallery of South Australia’s recent showing of the National Gallery of Australia’s ‘Picasso: The Vollard Suite’, showing at the Art Gallery of Ballarat until 28 April.
Artist Richard Harding explains how ‘Spin me Out’, the latest iteration of his ‘Pinkwashing’ project, connects with previous exhibitions. ‘Pinkwashing’ is at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre until 3 March.
Featured artist Lisa Sewards discusses her contribution – among 50 other artists, with 200 works – to the ‘Editions 2019’ show, the annual print-focused gala event at Tacit Galleries in Collingwood. Opening tomorrow, Wednesday 13 February, 6.30-8pm, and show on until 24 February.
Curator Brenda L. Croft discusses the exhibition Still in my Mind at Charles Darwin University Art Gallery.