31 October 2018
Borrowed Time, open until Sunday 2 December, brings together new and recent works by leading contemporary Australian and locally based artist Laith McGregor, focusing on the themes of time and labour.
For McGregor, time is both a subject matter for his work, as well being a tangible measure of the artist’s labour.
24 October 2018
Kirstie Rea, Tending Light Fields – A 20 Year Survey is a curated selection of works from Canberra based artist, Kirstie Rea, an exciting exhibition showcasing the works from one of Australia’s most celebrated artists working in glass. The works included in the show provide a condensed snapshot of how Rea’s visual language has developed and strengthened over time to an eloquent mastery of capturing the intangible aspects of human connection and experience of place to the natural world.
16 October 2018
Arts Northern Rivers is pleased to announce we have been successful in securing $45,000 from the Department for Communications and the Arts’ Indigenous Languages and Arts Program for our region-wide Indigenous arts project Art on Bundjalung Country.
Arts Northern Rivers’ Executive Director Peter Wood said, ‘at the heart of this project is a desire to address particular issues facing Indigenous artists in our region. These issues include access to peer delivered skills and professional development initiatives as well as opportunities to have work exhibited.’
16 October 2018
On Friday 9 November Arts Northern Rivers and Lismore Regional Gallery will present a conversation with NAVA’s Executive Director, Esther Anatolitis on best practices for artists at the Lismore Regional Gallery.
The free event will cover NAVA’s work in best practice, advocacy and building the capacity and courage of artists in Australia with time for Q&A.