Exhibition – Connie Noyes

Connie Noyes, her name seems to pop up everywhere for new exhibitions, this time a show in Chicago at the Blanc gallery.


Exhibition – Scott Petrie

Scotts work will be on show at Astro Art in Randwick


Exhibition – “Exchange”

The big Contemporary Visual Art project Amanda van gils has been working on. NOTE! many of these artists are interviewed right here! start searching!


Exhibition – Lisa Lee

Lisa Lee’s next show.


Exhibition – Hazel Dooney

You are invited to a special event hosted by Latrobe Contemporary Gallery at 12pm Saturday the 10th of September, 209 Commercial rd Morwell Victoria.

‘Coffee and Cake with Hazel Dooney’
This will be a rare opportunity for Gippsland students and artists to experience some one-on-one question an answer time with
controversial Australian artists Hazel Dooney who has generously pledged her time to talk in particular about how to establish an independent career using the internet as a means. Hazel will al so stay for the opening at 6.30pm as well as a few of the contributing artists for ‘Dreaming Hazel Dooney’.

please join in this unique experience.

For more Information contact
Steph Shields
Latrobe Contemporary Gallery

More “Peel Your Eyes”

The ‘Peel Your Eyes’ exhibition opened with about 500 in attendance! Some sort of record for this type of exhibition, here’s the write up in the Geelong Advertiser. On daily from 12 – 7pm until the 16th Sept 2011.

© 2011 Geelong Advertiser

Exhibition – Exchange

The latest project from the legendary Amanda van gils EXCHANGE – 55 Contemporary Visual Artists from around the Australia all exhibiting small scale work in November. NOTE! Many of these Contemporary Visual Artists have been interviewed here on the blog!


For the past four years I have organised ‘art swaps’ amongst friends, in the first year there were 12 of us. It is an initiative that has grown each year and this year is the first time the annual art swap will be exhibited. For the Exchange exhibition, each artist will make one work to swap and another one to be available for sale.
Art works range in price from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand and include paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, digital works and a whole host more.
If you can’t get to Maryborough Qld where the show will be you will be able to view (and purchase) works via our ArtWhatsOn site that will be launched in time for the November show. In the meantime you can follow the progress of the exhibition via Facebookand Twitter

Some of you might recall that I raised funds via FundBreak for the Net Work exhibition I curated at the Art Gallery of Ballarat. Fundbreak has changed it’s name to Pozible and I am again raising money for a small catalogue for the Exchange exhibition.
I want you to know that on Pozible I am offering a small selection of my own art works at heavily reduced prices. Only available at these prices through Pozible and only for 30 days.
In addition to my own work there are ‘rewards’ available for even very small donations. To see the ‘rewards’ on offer please go to ‘Exchange’ on Pozible

Cheers Amanda van gils

Exhibition -Peel your eyes

When a pop up gallery gets on steroids it really gets big! 30 Artists, lots of interest and intrigue. Right here in Geelong… well done to Stephanie Tribe and team.

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Exhibition – 100th Gallery

Charles at 100th Gallery would like to invite you to join him and the Artists Colin Topp and Rachel Buse to their new exhibition.


Exhibition – Vexta & Blackart Projects

Vexta and Blackart Projects presents… Across Neon Lights.


Metro Award – Vincent Fantauzzo

Well Done to Vincent Fantauzzo


Exhibition – Matthew Johnson

Block Projects Presents – Matthew Johnson


Exhibition – Kate Shaw

Nellie Castan’s Gallery will open Kate Shaw’s Exhibition this week.

12 River Street South Yarra.


Exhibition – The New Field

Stephen Nall of Dickerson Gallery Fame is popping up in all sorts of places, this time as a co director of a gallery in Franklin Street in Melbourne – The Dark Horse Experiment. I had a thought he wouldn’t be out of the Visual Art game for long.


Exhibition – Capriccio

Rod Gray, Brendan Taylor and team… are at it again, this time bigger and better! All new… you get the idea, come and join the fray! Again at Red Gallery.


Exhibition – Jdubb Watt

La Trobe Contemporary Gallery does it again, this time with  Jdubb aka James.


Exhibition – Adam Lee

Adam Lee does it again… At Motorworks Gallery in South Yarra.

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Exhibition – Aaron Baltetsch

Made in Geelong are forging forward, more Artists showing, more interest growing… I guess some would call it a project space. Anywho here’s the latest offering from Aaron Baltetsch.


Charles Desira – Exhibition

Every now and then an exhibition comes along which surprises you, in this case an old art buddy has emerged from the fog and is having a show! Good work Chuck! 🙂


Exhibition – Young Guns




20th – 26th JUNE 2011

Following the success of Sam Leach’s sell-out Platonia in Mayfair in September 2010 and Kieran Anthill’s Falling Horses in Chelsea last month, This time it’s the Young Guns Summer Show Monday 20th to Saturday 26th June at Gallery Maya, Notting Hill.

From Jane Fontane’s screenprint superheroes, Vexta’s figurative street art and even Linton Meagher’s striking creations with bullet casings and scalpels this show captures the vibrancy and diversity of youth and demonstrates the breadth of talent emerging in Australia.

Curating the exhibition, Jonathan White, explains “Each one of these artists is unique and exciting and is pushing boundaries. Each one has a story to tell.


2The Exhibiting Artists are…

Jane Fontane

Zoe MacDonnell

Juz Kitson


Anthony White

Erin Smith

Linton Meagher

Exhibition – Alvina Bishop-Edwards

The Latrobe Valley Contemporary Art Gallery Presents the work of Alvina Bishop-Edwards

alvinas-showLatrobe Valley Contemporary Art Gallery Presents a show by Alvina Bishop – Edwards.

Exhibition – MARS

Mike Nicholls – Tony Spence at MARS – Melbourne Art Rooms


Exhibition – Tony Lloyd

Tony Lloyds work on show at Block Projects


79 Stephenson Street
Richmond 3121
PH: 03 9429 0660


Open Wednesday-Friday 11AM-6PM
Saturday 11AM-4PM

Gallery open day – Albert St Galleries

Albert Street Galleries should attract another great crowd for this years open day, perhaps even more than the Collingwood galleries open day recently. Great works, great galleries… devour!



Exhibition – Ghost Patrol

Ghost Patrol – more quirky goodness in this show…



New Melbourne Gallery – Fehily Contemporary

Fehily Contemporary opens in Collingwood

The launch of Fehily Contemporary in Collingwood this month adds to Melbourne’s art scene. The gallery will represent a diverse range of artists and should be a refreshing and innovative space to enjoy the fascinating world of contemporary art.

Situated in a large converted warehouse in Glasshouse Road, the gallery comprises two flexible exhibition spaces – the street level Glasshouse Gallery, featuring an outdoor atrium, and the more intimate first floor Loft Gallery.

Fehily Contemporary has been created by Director Lisa Fehily and her husband Ken, both passionate patrons of contemporary art.

“Art has been a central and enriching part of our lives,” Lisa said. “The gallery allows us to share that with a wider audience by creating a platform for the exploration of contemporary art. We want a place that encourages discussion, education and debate, and allows others to begin or continue their journey with art without having to feel awkward.”

Fehily Contemporary launches with 17 represented artists, including the environmentally focused Ash Keating, large-scale collage artist Sally Smart, New Zealand sculptor Gregor Kregar and Indigenous collective proppaNOW.

The year-round program will include parallel exhibitions running simultaneously across the two gallery spaces, ensuring the mix of works on display is constantly changing. New programs aimed at nurturing new generations of collectors and curators are also being developed, together with a sprinkling of music and performance.

“We want to offer a different way of presenting art that will inspire new and experienced art lovers alike,” Lisa said. “We’re not only offering an accessible path for new collectors, we’re hoping to change some established perspectives – we’d love to make Baby Boomers feel just as comfortable as Gen Ys with our contemporary art program.”

Fehily Contemporary opens Thursday, 12 May with its inaugural exhibition Introducing… Our Artists. The exhibition will feature new and recent works from many of the gallery’s artists and will run to 4 June.

Fehily Contemporary Visual Artists

Belle Bassin
Graham Brindley
Nick Devlin
Angela Ellsworth (US)
Brett Graham (NZ)
Ash Keating
Veronica Kent
Gregor Kregar (NZ)
Richard Lewer
Ricky Maynard
Scott Miles
Sonia Payes
Patrick Pound
Lisa Reihana (NZ)
Sally Smart

Fehily Contemporary
3a Glasshouse Road
Collingwood  VIC  3066

Gallery Hours:
Wed – Sat 11am – 5:30pm

(03) 9017 0860

Exhibition – Johnnie Dady – Lisa Andrew

Johnnie Dady – An Uncertain Object

Lisa Andrew – New Works 2011

Opening Night
Wednesday 11 May, 6pm – 8pm



12 May – 7 June, 2011

Exhibition – Paul Lorenz


Interviewed here, Paul Lorenz is clearly a stand out performer when it comes to having his work in multiple shows. This time at DM Contemporary in New York.

Exhibition – Susan Hall

Susan Hall’s new Exhibition at La Trobe Contemporary Gallery Morwell Victoria.


Exhibition – Kill Pixie and Blackartprojects

Mark Whalen (Kill Pixie) in an exhibition called White Out for April 1st 2011



Exhibition – Susan Buret

Susan Buret’s Latest exhibition.Loft Gallery Bowral NSW


Exhibition – Nicola Moss

Diamonds in My Eyes – Solo exhibition at Salt Contemporary Art Gallery, 33-35 Hesse Street, Queenscliff, Victoria.
Dates: Saturday 16th April to Friday 6th May 2011.
Opening drinks with the artist on Saturday 23rd April at 2.30pm.
‘Diamonds in My Eyes’ features paintings that represent what I see as treasures. The magical, teaming with life landscapes that capture my imagination. With diamonds and trees both essentially being carbon, I wonder if stately trees could be the bling of the future?



A delicious addition to the art scene


This is a rather neat addition to the art scene in Geelong Victoria, I like this sort of initiative and I think it’s worth a look!

Exhibition – Elements of Australia

This looks like a big show with Kerrie Warren, who has been interviewed here.

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Open! – Post Industrial Design

The opening has arrived for Mary and Jos at Post Industrial Design. All the best with the shop and gallery guys!


Exhibition – Exchange

Amanda van Gils has been busy of late, being part of yet another Contemporary Visual Art Project. Check it out and well done Amanda! (again…)

Art Exchange

A big exhibition of small scale work. Taking the ‘artist swap’ concept one step further, Exchange features art works by approx 50 contemporary artists – each artist is contributing one piece to swap with another artist in the exhibition and another piece that will be available for purchase. Both artworks by each artist will be on display diuring the exhibition.

A diverse range of painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, photography and more, from artists in regional and metropolitan areas of Queensland, NSW and Victoria.

Gatakers Artspace
331 Kent Street
Maryborough, QLD Australia
Dates to be announced

Exhibition – Dianne Tanzer

One of the first off the rank for this year. Unclassified, Co-curated by Gillian Brown


Exhibition – Fresh


Renewal – Post Industrial Design

Some of you may recall the team from Post Industrial Design and the great little shop they had a for a few years in Church St Richmond Vic. Back then they sold a stunning range of one off home wares, quirky design pieces and Artworks of all kinds.

Jos Van Hulsen setting up the new space

Jos, checking out the soon to be refurbished space.

Jos and Mary Van Hulsen have decided to bring back some of the old stores charm, eclectic and quirky artistic goods to entice a whole new range of arts and decorative craft devotees along the way, no doubt many of the older devotees will be there in force too.

Based in Barkly St West Footscray the intrepid duo are just starting to refurbish a 1 1/2  sized shop space to be a mecca for those wanting the artistic, well crafted and locally produced items. It will also boast a small exhibition space which at this stage will be a rental space.

Mary said, “It’s time to revive the shop, and now it’s closer to home we will have more time to create objects, source artefacts, encourage local artisans and the like to be a part of what is fast becoming an arts region on it’s own.”

Jos Van Hulsen is a contemporary artist of some repute with a number of exquiste exhibitions to his credit, a placing in the Helen Lempriere sculpture exhibition a few years back and an exhibitor as part of the Lorne Foreshore Sculpture show in 2009. His commissions for artistic gates and restaurant interiors can be seen far and wide.

One of Jos’s works from his recent Moth Series.

If you produce “Artefacts” in the western suburban region of Melbourne Victoria, then consider contacting them via their website and have a chat to see if they can take on your works (Hey you can only ask!)

We wish them well in their endeavour and hope the region boasts as many Art Buyers as it does Art Producers.

Alleyway arts… Geelong

If you are looking to exhibit in a group setting and live in and around Geelong then this could be for you. Alleyway Arts. Feb 19th in Lt Malop Street Geelong

Dreaming Hazel Dooney

The Artist In Public, The Artist As Muse.

Latrobe Contemporary Gallery, is pleased to announce it is now inviting submissions for a group exhibition inspired by the online persona of controversial Australian artist and feminist provocateur, Hazel Dooney.
Those who follow the many interviews on this blog will probably know about the interview Hazel did with us way back at the start. Of course her own blog is something to wrestle with as well.

Provisionally titled Dreaming Hazel Dooney, the exhibition will open on Friday, 6th May, and run until Thursday, 19th May, 2011 at the LaTrobe Contemporary Gallery, 209 Commercial Road, Morwell, Vic. 3840.

Works can be in any medium, including sculpture, photography, video (of any length) and even performance art and fashion. The content has, simply to reflect, amplify, interpret, deconstruct, critique or objectify any aspect of Haze Dooney’s ideas, art, persona, public statements, or personal narrative as they are transmitted in her art, blog, social media presences and the press.

There are many sides to Hazel Dooney.

There is the Hazel Dooney who lives an hermetic, rigidly routine existence painting large works depicting sexy action-figure-like
über-women inspired by advertising and entertainment media.

There is the Hazel Dooney who exists as a character in an ongoing online narrative, at once intellectual and intimate, whose words and images limn, in discomforting detail, a complicated life in which art, art business, sexuality (and just plain sex), pscyhological trauma, social mobility, family, money and a measure of fame are always in stress.

There is the Hazel Dooney created, for better or worse, in others’ imaginations and whose art and persona inspire very strong reactions – and emotional relationships – among  a diverse group of individuals worldwide.

Whatever one thinks of the art or the artist, there can be little argument responses to either or both are often extreme.

In the first instance, a digital image/video of the submitted work – or works, as more than one will be considered, must be emailed along with biographiocal information to both Steph (stephshields@live.com) and Hazel Dooney (dooneystudio@gol.com) before the 31st January 2011. The artists whose works are accepted will be advised within two weeks. They will then have to undertake to ship their works to the gallery in time for the works to be laid out and displayed on the 1st May 2011.

The logistics and cost of shipping works to and from the gallery is the responsibilty of each invited artist. The gallery will assume no liability for loss or damage. Unless the gallery is otherwise advised, the works will be offered for sale under the gallery’s usual terms, the details of which will be emailed in the form of an agreement as soon as the work is accepted for the exhibition.

For further information, please contact Steph Shields LaTrobe Contemporary Gallery on 0403341664

Exhibition – TLF Network

This is the culmination of many Artists work and a big event for the curator Amanda van gils it should be well worth the travel to see the show.

Join the team in Ballarat for the opening and share in the spoils of their toil.

Thanks to Ailey Ball for the photo.

Thanks to Ailey Ball for this photo..

Many of these Artists have been interviewed here, or soon will be! Go and check out what the Artists are saying, see their work and explore what makes them tick…


Exhibition – Christopher Langton


12 Criterion St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia  |  T +61 3 6231 3151

What’s your Criterion?

Exhibition – Yaarl

For lovers of indigenous Visual Art in the Gippsland region of Australia.


Exhibition – Sue Ninham

Sue was interviewed here a while back, her new exhibition is entitled Orb


It is an exploration of what it is to be caught between.
Exhibition opens: 6-8pm
Exhibition closes: Tuesday, 23 November 2010
Location: Loft Gallery, Level 1, 253 Johnston Street, Abbotsford 3067
Contact: Amanda 0403 996 579 or Scott 0424 974 518
Email: loft_gallery@me.com

Exhibition – Vin Ryan

Vin was interviewed here and now has an exhibition at Anna Pappas Gallery in Prahran Vic All the best with the show Vin!

Endless Days – Vin Ryan


‘I’m sitting at the table one night after dinner, staring at the empty plate in front of me. All that’s left is a thin film of pesto and a series of expressionistic scrapings left by my fork. I was never one to leave food on my plate.

I’m fascinated by these simple gestures, these simple abstract impressions of modest, everyday gratification. For the last five years or so most of the work that I’ve made has concerned itself with these sorts of gestures. That is accidental, unintended or arbitrary gestures that are imbedded in our culture, imbedded in our everyday routine, imbedded in our environment; gestures that we usually never notice.

That empty plate and the residue, which was scraped, arranged and left behind on it, has been the starting point for this body of work. Every evening I document the residue left behind on plates, bowls and glasses by myself, my partner and my two year-old son.

On one level they reveal almost nothing. They don’t necessarily tell you much about what any of us might have been thinking or feeling whilst eating these meals. They reveal almost nothing about the conversations, which we might have had around the dinner table. All that is left is aesthetic formalism – Abstraction if you like.

I’m happy for people to view these works on an aesthetic, formalist level if they want to. But I suspect thinking abstractly about these individual plates and bowls inevitably leads the mind to thinking about the universal nature of the ritual, which has just taken place. The raw material for this work is inescapable. We all have a relationship with food, which is both personal and universal, cultural and political. I hope these works will create a space to reflect on this relationship.’

Vin Ryan, 2010

Exhibition – Kerrie Warren and Dragi Jankovic

In the West Gippsland art centre at Warragul Vic, two Contemporary Artists came together to produce a stunning show recently, I was fortunate enough to interview Kerrie Warren about the exhibition she shares with Dragi Jankovic. Enjoy…





Kerrie this exhibition is awesome… what was the inspiration for it?
A couple of things came together to create this opportunity, our Arts and Cultural Officer Karen Whitaker-Taylor moved into the West Gippsland Arts Centre to manage incoming exhibitions.  When I heard that she was calling for proposals, I quickly put one in as it has been a number of years since exhibiting major works in my own region.  Later in the year I’ll be busy with Art Sydney, so the timing worked beautifully!

Due to the open space, I asked ceramic artist Dragi Jankovic to exhibit with me in a joint show.  Dragi was just about to take off to Korea on a ceramic arts project and the timing worked well for him too.

You and Dragi go a long way back is this the first time you have exhibited together on this scale (or any scale for that matter.)
Many years ago (approx 17) Dragi was my teacher when I studied for my Diploma of Art in Ceramics but we connected again a few years ago when I invited Dragi to share a space at Art Melbourne with me.  We could clearly see a harmony between our pieces and so did the public.  We received so many positive comments about how it worked together.

Is the work interconnected in some obvious way the viewer will pick up?
No.  Dragi and myself didn’t sit down and plan the concept of the show.  We are both dedicated passionate artists however and I think it connects on that level.  When we installed the work it was truly an amazing experience and we had onlookers…. I would hang a painting and Dragi would place a plinth and a piece of his work…. it seemed every piece had been planned to sit beside my work and vice versa!

The pieces actually sing in ‘harmony’ and the staff at the Arts Centre stood back quite amazed.  To be honest I think we were too, it really appears to be carefully ‘thought out’!  It is a very powerful experience to walk into.

You have done Ceramics yourself, I hear you are getting back into it is that right?
Yes!  I’ve just finished renovating my studio and now I have another area where I’ve set up ceramics.  I wondered if after more than 10 years I could still ‘throw a pot’ and I can!  Years ago as a young artist I had to make a decision to go one way or the other as I had a lack of space and money.  I was becoming quite engrossed in my works on canvas and decided to sell my kiln and clear the space in order to expand my ideas.  I’ve missed ceramics and sculpture being a part of my life and now I am in a position where I can integrate them back into my practise.

Your style has altered a bit over the years from strict borders and masking taped lines to what I will call a “fully organic” open slather approach. Within that, have you seen an evolution of your style?
Yes, I had to grow to where I am now through experience.  I began life as a ‘traditional’ artist and therefore had many blocks to break through to ‘abstract expressionism’.  I followed instincts and felt the pull over time.  Thus there was my geometric period (approx 2001 – 2004) where I explored straight lines and ‘abstract expressionism’ contained within lines (blocks).  It was as if I would allow myself to play within a designated area only.

Well playing within the blocks became the most interesting and fascinating experience, originally seeded by my previous studies in Transpersonal Art Therapy where we would work on the floor.  In early 2005 I looked back at my work and vowed I would never put another straight line on my canvas again, I was ready to indulge myself completely!  It was only through other people referring to my work as ‘Pollock’ style did I then begin to study him myself.  I became intrigued because he had ‘grown’ to that place of abstract expressionism from his own roots, and I had experienced the same.

I have only seen your old studio, the new one you recently completed, does it make a difference to the way you work?
Oh yes!  My new studio is just amazing!  I have a separate ‘splatter studio’ which you can imagine is a necessity… I have a clean area where I stretch canvas, varnish, photograph etc… and a ceramic studio, kiln shed and carport for loading.  It is like a promotion really!  It allows me to operate in a more professional sense and is not connected to our home.  The studio has a separate driveway and parking area and we are now landscaping and building paths…  I think I have a fishpond on the way too!

Your energy and enthusiasm for your work and the promotion thereof is incredible, to me you are a shining light for very active marketing. Is there a reason for that? and does it come easily…

Steve, I’m really happy you feel that coming through.  I suppose I feel absolutely ‘driven’, I always have.  There is always so much to do and so little time…  The energy and excitement is initiated through my work and extends through all things.  While the paint is drying I’m busy with promotions because the energy is always there.  That is partly why I’ve brought ceramics back into my practice, I simply have so much energy for my work and I experience the same in various materials.  I don’t work with a preconceived idea and I think this creates an ongoing excitement for what I do.  Every day is like Christmas in the studio.  It must seem crazy I suppose but I’m always expecting the unexpected… and that is damn exciting!

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Exhibition – Net Work the TLF Exhibition

Net Work: the TLF Exhibition by Amanda van Gils – fundbreak.com.au



Net Work: the TLF exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ballarat December 2010 / January 2011 One forum. Thirty-eight artists. Over 100 pieces of art. A museum exhibition with big impact. An exhibition of the work of 38 artists who…

A big show folks, with so many contemporary Artists on show it will be well worth getting to!

Here’s more vital information…

1. Many of the Artists have been interviewed here, on Steve Gray’s blog Art Re-Source! Take a look!

2. Net Work: the TLF exhibition

I am so pleased to be able to finally share with you the details of a truly exciting project, which is nearing it’s public presentation.

For well over a year Amanda van gils been working on developing a large and diverse exhibition of contemporary art. This is the first major exhibition she has curated and she has been fortunate enough to attract a number of very talented artists for the exhibition. “I feel especially blessed to have been offered the premium space at Australia’s oldest and largest regional gallery, the Art Gallery of Ballarat. Amanda said.

The exhibition Net Work: the TLF exhibition will be the feature exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ballarat over Summer, opening on December 11th and continuing to 30th January.

Net Work will be a BIG exhibition……38 artists from 4 States, over 120 meters of wall space (plus a vast amount of floor space), over 100 works of art, all in the biggest regional gallery in Australia. Oh yes and an expected audience of 5000 visitors…. so you can imagine how excited Amanda is!

Supporting this exhibition…
How can you support it?
  • Naturally if you are near Ballarat between the 11th December and 30th January it is hoped you can make time to visit the exhibition. We hope too you will pass the word along to your friends and colleagues who you think might be interested. Having the exhibition viewed and sharing the artwork is really what it’s all about.
But an exhibition like this also requires a lot of time, energy and finances. Currently we’re trying to raise the funds to cover freighting 100 art works from 4 States to Ballarat for the exhibition, and printing a full colour catalogue which will be available in December. We have put together a couple of fundraising options to ensure any supporters get back something for their assistance… other than our gratitude and a wonderful warm feeling.

Firstly, we are able to accept tax deductible donations via the Australian Business Arts Foundation (AbaF) , so come tax time you can legally claim your support as a tax deduction and it costs you nothing. Donations over $2 are tax deductible (excluding family members of participating artists). More information is available from the abaf website.

Or if you’d like a more tangible reward, we are also listed on “Fundbreak” where you can choose an amount to donate and receive gifts in exchange for your support (not tax deductible). Our gifts include postcards, catalogue and even art works, depending on the level of support you choose. Fundbreak is fairly simple. We currently have 43 days to meet our goal. If we don’t achieve it, all money is returned to the donors.

If you are able to support us financially and/or by passing along information about this exhibition, The Curator and the Visual Artists in the exhibition, will be most grateful. Names of financial supporters can be added (with your permission) to a special Supporters page on our website.

You can find out all more about the exhibition on our website: http://www.networkexhibition.com The website includes a wonderful essay by writer and artist Robert Hollingworth. There is news, information about the show, our sponsors and opportunities for people to support the exhibition. And of course there is art. The website includes an artist page for each artist in the exhibition.

Kind Regards


Amanda van Gils
Net Work: The TLF Exhibition
0428 327 181

Exhibition – are you obsessed?

An exhibition by TAFE students in Gippsland Victoria.


Exhibition – Jennifer Goodman

A new exhibition at John Buckley Gallery – Albert Street Richmond Victoria


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