Exhibitions

Featured Exhibitions

May 7, 2021Jun 26, 2021

Breaking Boundaries
Group Show

Opening at Byron Bay's Lone Goat Gallery, Breaking Boundaries features eight Northern Rivers Creative artists who challenge boundaries between the arts, creative practice, society and culture in regional Australia.

May 5, 2021Jun 27, 2021

Culture Vultures
Group Show

Culture Vultures is a group exhibition by four artists from REDinc. supported Art Studio, based in Lismore. These four artists explore concepts of culture inspired by their cultural heritage, popular culture and community.

Jun 26, 2021Jul 17, 2021

Walk Draw Map Tent
Claudie Frock and Renè Bolten

Walk Draw Map Tent is a community art project that has connected children and young people with the natural environment around them. Collaborative works from this 8 month-long project will be showcased at Elevator ARI.

May 5, 2021Aug 8, 2021

Max Dupain | Australian Modern

Max Dupain pioneered a Modernist approach of high contrast, sharp focus, dramatic angles and creative compositions, departing sharply from the sentimentality of soft focused and nostalgic post-colonialism.

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Jun 3, 2021Jun 22, 2021

Moving On
Group Show

Moving On is a group exhibition reuniting Southern Cross University Art & Design graduates of 2020 showcasing their artistic direction post graduation.

May 7, 2021Jun 26, 2021

Breaking Boundaries
Group Show

Opening at Byron Bay's Lone Goat Gallery, Breaking Boundaries features eight Northern Rivers Creative artists who challenge boundaries between the arts, creative practice, society and culture in regional Australia.

May 5, 2021Jun 27, 2021

Remembered Felt Imagined
Group Show

Three artists, three different modes of experiencing and expressing, highlighting that within our difference, lies our common ground.

May 5, 2021Jun 27, 2021

Culture Vultures
Group Show

Culture Vultures is a group exhibition by four artists from REDinc. supported Art Studio, based in Lismore. These four artists explore concepts of culture inspired by their cultural heritage, popular culture and community.

May 5, 2021Jun 27, 2021

Map of Water
Rebecca Cook

Rebecca Cook plays in the space between the seen and unseen. She says of her work, “each print is an individual skin, like the imprint of a persons story on their body." Rebecca is the recipient of the 2019 Byron School of Art ( BSA) Graduate Award.

May 5, 2021Jun 27, 2021

Title (3)
Katie Cross

Reactions are shaped by acquired knowledge and experience. The layers in these works represent how at different times, past experiences and emotions will resonate more than others.

Jun 25, 2021Jul 8, 2021

"The Dress"
Neil Matterson

The dress, historically, has been associated with the female body. This collection of paintings of the mainly dressed female form references the elaborate dresses of high society of the eighteenth century with an added touch of whimsy and fantasy.

Jun 26, 2021Jul 17, 2021

Walk Draw Map Tent
Claudie Frock and Renè Bolten

Walk Draw Map Tent is a community art project that has connected children and young people with the natural environment around them. Collaborative works from this 8 month-long project will be showcased at Elevator ARI.

Jun 19, 2021Aug 1, 2021

CVIAA
Group Show

The CVIAA started in 2007 and is a biennial art award. The first prize $5,000 is acquisitive and the winner is invited to present an exhibition

Jun 12, 2021Aug 1, 2021

The Heroine Paint
Group Show

This exhibition brings together the work of Amber Wallis and Kylie Banyard, highlighting their visions of painterly utopia. Their work pays homage to American Abstract Expressionism of the 1940s and 50s, which strove towards an alternative image for art and painting.

May 5, 2021Aug 8, 2021

Max Dupain | Australian Modern

Max Dupain pioneered a Modernist approach of high contrast, sharp focus, dramatic angles and creative compositions, departing sharply from the sentimentality of soft focused and nostalgic post-colonialism.

Jul 9, 2021Aug 21, 2021

Place
Charmaine Davis

Charmaine Davis is a Goori Woman who is descended from the Gumbaynggir and Bundjalung Nations. Inspiration for her artistic creations are attributed to her culture, homelands and family. Charmaine is a member of Boomalli Aboriginal Artist Co-op

Jun 30, 2021Aug 22, 2021

The Widening Gyre
Alex Mankiewicz

Two series of paintings reflecting upon the crises of our present moment – Covid-19 and the environmental and societal stress present before the virus appeared. Countering fear and anomia - the sense that social order is collapsing - both series

Jun 30, 2021Aug 22, 2021

2020 Graduates & Program Relaunch
Group Show

After their studies were disrupted by Covid-19, graduates from Southern Cross University’s Art & Design program shine in this exhibition, highlighting the University’s affiliation with some of the most promising contemporary artists in NSW.

Sep 22, 2021Sep 28, 2021

Brunswick Nature Sculpture Walk 2021
Group Show

This September Brunswick Heads comes alive showcasing the talents of over 40 Sculptors, working in various mediums. This FREE week-long exhibition is being held during the Spring holidays and offers community workshops working closely with artist.

Aug 25, 2021Oct 17, 2021

Oriel
Zen Staff

A collection of textural works inspired by local surrounds and satellite imagery, exploring how we perceive patterns, digitally and physically. Zen Staff is the recipient of the 2020 Byron School of Art Graduate Award.

Aug 25, 2021Oct 17, 2021

The Making of Impossible Things
Group Show

A behind the scenes look at the arts of dance theatre. An art in which choreography, music, costume, projections, and lighting combine in an alchemical way to transport an audience through a story without words.

Aug 25, 2021Oct 17, 2021

Slow Light. Slow.
Colleen DaRosa

Colleen studies of the impact of ‘slow’ light. The way natural ambient light constantly changes an object. She highlights the translucence and lustrous quality of various surfaces.

Aug 25, 2021Oct 17, 2021

Vitality
Jolene Maleficent + Kelly-Ann Oosterbeek

‘Vitality’ is the coming together of two distinct bodies of work developed under the premise of, collaboration in isolation. The final works are an unveiled flow of the narrative of positivity and harmony in uncertain times.

Oct 20, 2021Dec 12, 2021

BAM Art Prize 2021 Finalist Exhibition
Group Show

The BAM Finalist Art Prize exhibition promoting awareness of the arts in the Northern Rivers by presenting a national art prize within the region. The Finalist Exhibition showcases finalist artworks shortlisted for the 2021 prize.

Oct 20, 2021Dec 12, 2021

This is Nothing New
Gala Jane

Recipient of the 2020 SCU graduate art prize. Gala continues her study and self-reflection of sexism and assault that is so prevalent in our society. She combines found objects and text to empower, call out and open a dialogue with the viewer.

Oct 20, 2021Dec 12, 2021

Playing House
Amy Meng

Meng situates the bishoujo within the world of kawaii and domestic labour. Synthesizing elements of manga, video games and craft, she scrutinizes assigned female roles consequent of the accelerating infantilisation and pornification of society.