31 March, 2009
Subject Index - January 2009
Subject index - January 2009
Subject Index - February 2009
Southern Exchange - Hong kong
Studio Apart - Amsterdam
Swifty - Melbourne
Bron (source) - Amsterdam
match box projects - sydney
roslynoxley9 - Sydney
Andy and Oz - NGA
Intempéries - São Paulo
Southern Exchange - Hong kong
Impressionist Prints - NGA
Picasso Prints - Rex Irwin Sydney
st.peters 2.0 - Sydney
St Peters Sydney
Sydney Graffiti article
Recoat - Glasgow
MAY’S Lane Street Art Project
Australian Stencil Art Prize
Ruban Rat - Sydney
ABC on Graffiti
Drawing - Manifest OHIO
OH REALLY MAGAZINE
Mikosa - Amsterdam
Nick the Stripper
lcbeats & Mays
Galleries - London
Fair Use images
Grants and Funding
Make it Happen - WA
QUT Art Museum Resources
Australia Art Links
Online TV Links
27 March, 2009
Southern Exchange presents at
Amelia Johnson Contemporary
Award winning female aboriginal artists from the renowned Peppimenarti and Papunya Tula communities
1 – 20 April 2009
Amelia Johnson Contemporary
6-10b Shin Hing Street, NoHo, Hong Kong
2 April 2009, 6-9pm
Southern Exchange facilitates cultural exchange activities between people and projects located within and between the traditional and contemporary cultures of Australia, South Africa, and North Asia. We focus on the visual arts and crafts, and work with projects, artists and craftspeople whose work positively contributes to their communities in a sustainable way.
Southern Exchange designs and delivers exhibitions, projects and special commissions to connect people in new and exciting ways. In this way, we aim to enhance mutual understanding through creatively engaging, informative activities.
Hany Armanious – Uncanny Valley, 2009
(Closing 18 April, 2009)
(off Hampden Street)
Paddington NSW 2021
Callum Morton – Wall to Wall, 2009
Juliet Darling – A Pair of One, 2009
John Firth-Smith – John Firth-Smith, 2009
Group Show – Lucky Town - James Angus, Hany Armanious, Tony Clark, Bill Culbert, Mikala Dwyer, Rosalie Gascoigne, Fiona Hall, Lindy Lee, Linda Marrinon, Michael Parekowhai, Julie Rrap, Rohan Wealleans
Patricia Piccinini – Patricia Piccinini, Related Individuals, 2008
Jacqueline Fraser – Jacqueline Fraser - MAGIQUE
Nell – All The Way, 2008
Nyapanyapa – Once Upon a Time, 2008
Tracey Moffatt – Tracey Moffatt, First Jobs Series, 2008
Newell Harry – Newell Harry, Fish or Cut Bait?, 2008
Melbourne Art Fair – Melbourne Art Fair, 2008
Imants Tillers – Imants Tillers - The Tears of Things, 2008
James Angus – James Angus, 2008
Dale Frank – Some Boring Paintings, 2008
Art Basel – Art 39 Basel, 2008
Bill Henson – Bill Henson, 2008
23 March, 2009
Jennie Jackson is currently completing her Doctorate in Visual Arts at the Queensland College of Art. Jackson was highly commended for her work in the 2008 Alice Art Prize and was awared the Theiss Acqusitive Award in 2006.
Jackson is fast becoming recognised for her highly detailed landscapes of mythical forests, engineered from early 19th century fashion plates.http://www.janmantonart.com/art%20pages/jjackson.html
CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN AND INTERNATIONAL ART | 59 Melbourne St South Brisbane QLD 4101 AUSTRALIA |
Andy and Oz: parallel visions is the international event to coincide with the National Gallery of Australia’s silver anniversary, marking twenty-five years since the Gallery first opened its doors to the public. A joint initiative between the National Gallery and The Andy Warhol Museum, the exhibition is also taking place in the year that marks twenty years since Warhol’s untimely death. The initial proposal for the show was to select works from the National Gallery’s collection considering the influence of Warhol on Australian artists. This presented some difficulties. Some artists in the national collection clearly have stronger links with Warhol than others. Yet some of the less expected parallels are as intriguing. Therefore, in the selection process with Thomas Sokolowski, Director of The Andy Warhol Museum, the idea of establishing links with Warhol’s art evolved laterally in terms of shared ideas and ways of working, differences of opinion, snapshots of pivotal connections and parallel visions, to enable lively ‘conversations’ between artists’ works to occur.
A collaboration between the National Gallery of Australia
and The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, USA.
11 October until 30 December 2007
Degas’ world: the rage for change is an exhibition of European prints from the National Gallery of Australia’s collection, opens in association with the major exhibition Degas: master of French art.Featuring prints from the National Gallery of Australia’s very distinguished International Print collection, Degas’ world includes works by some of the late nineteenth century’s most famous artists: Paul Cézanne, Paul Gauguin, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Mary Cassat, Paul Signac and Pierre Bonnard among others. These artists also exhibited in the revolutionary Impressionist exhibitions between 1874 and 1886 of which Degas was a key instigator. In addition, some of their most influential precursors, such as Camille Corot and Honoré Daumier, are highlighted.
24 January – 3 May 2009 | Orde Poynton GalleryIntroduction | Essay | Gallery | Catalogue | Events
Yet another Impressionist exhibition at an Australian Museum, sigh.
16 March, 2009
The Digital Images Collections Wiki is a resource of Free- and Fair-Use digital image collections that are available for anyone to use for personal or educational purposes. The main goals of the project are to provide an image gathering tool for the art history students and faculty of Wellesley College and to supplement the growing visual resources collection of that institution. The wiki was created by Hollin Elizabeth Pagos (MLS student, Simmons College) during a summer 2007 internship in the Visual Resources department of Wellesley College. The project was created in wiki format with the hope that users will continue to add their own bookmarked fair-use galleries and the resource will continue to grow beyond the input of its creator.
The purpose of this project was to collect image galleries that can be used freely for non-profit educational purposes. Some of the websites included, however, have certain restrictions and user requests, such as preferred citing or number of images used. It is the user's responsibility to make sure image use conforms to the policies of the specific gallery.
A scheme by which the Australian Government acts as insurer for significant cultural exhibitions.
Community Heritage Grants
Support for community organisations to preserve their cultural material, including archives and oral history recordings.
Contemporary Music Touring Program
Funding for professional, contemporary Australian musicians to tour and perform original music within Australia.
Contemporary Touring Initiative
Support for the development and touring of major exhibitions of contemporary visual arts and craft across Australia.
Funding for regional and community festivals to present a new or special cultural activity.
Indigenous Broadcasting Program
Funding for individual broadcasters and broadcasting activities to support Indigenous community radio.
Indigenous Culture Support
Assistance for activities that promote Indigenous cultures as integral elements of Australian society and identity.
The Public Lending Right and Educational Lending Right schemes provide payments for Australian creators and publishers whose books are held in public and educational libraries.
Maintenance of Indigenous Languages and Records
Support for the revival and maintenance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages.
Maritime Museums of Australia Project Support Scheme
Support for maritime heritage collection and conservation.
National Arts and Craft Industry Support Program
Support for the Indigenous visual arts industry and Indigenous art centres.
Support for performing arts bodies to tour in remote and regional areas of Australia.
Regional Arts Fund
A partnership with the peak regional arts organisations in each state and arts ministries in the territories to assist artists and arts organisations in regional and remote areas.
Return of Indigenous Cultural Property Program
A collaborative effort between governments and museums to resolve issues arising from collections of Indigenous ancestral remains and sacred objects.
Visions of Australia
Funding to assist cultural and community organisations to develop and tour cultural exhibitions across Australia.
Visual arts and craft strategy
Information on the response by governments to the 2002 report of the independent Contemporary Visual Arts and Craft (Myer) Inquiry.
13 March, 2009
Arts Tasmania Arts Tasmania implements Government arts policies and programs, administers funding to the arts and museums sector.
artsACT artsACT is the ACT Government’s arts agency.
Australia Business Arts Foundation The Australia Business Arts Foundation promotes private sector arts support by connecting business, the arts, donors and foundations.
Australia Council for the Arts The Australia Council is the Australian Government's arts funding and advisory body.
Australia International Cultural Council (AICC) Grants Program The Australia International Cultural Council (AICC) is Australia's key cultural diplomacy body.
Australia-China Council The Australia-China Council (ACC) was established by the Australian Government in 1978 to promote mutual understanding and foster people-to-people relations between Australia and China.
Australia-Indonesia Institute (AII) The Australia-Indonesia Institute invites individuals and organisations to submit applications for funding to support projects that are designed to strengthen and enhance the relationship between Australia and Indonesia.
Australia-Korea Foundation The Australia - Korea Foundation (AKF) was established by the Australian Government in 1992 to develop contacts and exchanges between the peoples of Australia and Korea.
Australian Antarctic Arts Fellowship The Australian Government Antarctic Division (AGAD) administers the Australian Antarctic Arts Fellowship as a way of informing and educating Australians about Antarctica and Australia's activities there.
Australian Film Commission The Australian Film Commission provides cultural and industry support to the film industry.
Australian Heritage Council The Australian Heritage Council is the principal adviser to the Australian Government on heritage matters.
Australian National Commission for UNESCO Grant Scheme 2007-08 Applications are invited for the Australian National Commission Grants Scheme for 2007-08.
Australian Sports Foundation Ltd The Australian Government established the Australian Sports Foundation to assist community organisations raise funds for the development of Australian sport.
Australia-Thailand Institute Grants Through a competitive selection process, the Australia-Thailand Institute provides financial support to selected projects which aim to build community links between Australia and Thailand.
Centre for Scholarly and Archival Research (CSAR) The National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) invites research proposals from academics, performers, artists, audiovisual industry and archive professionals to draw fresh, innovative perspectives from the national audiovisual collection.
Commemoration of Historic Events and Famous Persons Grants-In-Aid Program The Commemoration of Historic Events and Famous Persons Grants-In-Aid (CHEFP) Program commemorates people, events and places of national historical significance.
Community Heritage Grants The Community Heritage Grants Program aims to preserve and provide access to locally held nationally significant cultural heritage collections across Australia.
communitybuilders.nsw - Funding Programs Looking for funding for your community project? Here's a list of funding programs from federal, state and local government, as well as institutions, philanthropic trusts and companies.
Contemporary Music Touring Program The Contemporary Music Touring Program will continue to support touring opportunities for Australian musicians, and increase audience access to live Australian contemporary music, particularly in regional and remote Australia.
Council for Australian-Arab Relations (CAAR) Grants Program The Council for Australian-Arab Relations invites individuals and organisations to submit applications by 27 February 2009 for funding to support projects that strengthen and enhance the relationship between Australia and ARAB countries.
Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts Grants and Funding This web page lists the grants available through the Australian Government Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts.
Festivals Australia Festivals Australia is an Australian Government cultural funding program which provides assistance to Australian regional and community festivals for the presentation of quality cultural projects.
Film Finance Corporation Australia The Film Finance Corporation Australia is the Government's primary agency for funding screen production.
Heritage Council of WA Grants and Incentives Grants and incentives are available to encourage the conservation of WA heritage.
Indigenous Culture Support Program The Indigenous Culture Support program supports the maintenance of cultural practice within Indigenous communities and the promotion of Indigenous cultures as dynamic and integral elements of Australian culture and identity.
Indigenous Heritage Program The Indigenous Heritage Program (IHP) is an Australian Government initiative that supports projects that identify, conserve and promote the Indigenous heritage values of places important to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Indigenous Portal The Indigenous Portal is a window to resources, contacts, information, and government programmes and services for Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders.
Maritime Museums of Australia Project Support Scheme The Maritime Museums of Australia Project Support Scheme is a maritime heritage assistance program jointly funded by the Australian National Maritime Museum and the Australian Government's Distributed National Collection Program.
Museums and Art Galleries of the NT This site provides information about art galleries and museums in the Northern Territory.
National Arts and Crafts Industry Support Program The National Arts and Crafts Industry Support Program provides direct funding support to Indigenous art centres and arts support and advocacy organisations.
National Library of Australia - Awards and Grants Programs This web page lists the awards and grants programs provided by the National Library of Australia.
New South Wales Film & Television Office The New South Wales Film & Television Office (FTO) provides financial and other assistance to the film and television industry.
Northern Territory Film Office (NTFO) Our key role is to develop and support the local film industry, attract production to the Territory and celebrate an active screen culture.
NSW Heritage Incentives Program The NSW Heritage Incentives Program supports the community's identification, conservation, management and promotion of NSW heritage.
NSW Sport and Recreation - Grants Programs The NSW Sport and Recreation manages millions of dollars of government grants to help build and develop sport in NSW.
NT Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts The NT Department of Natural Resources, Environment and The Arts looks after the intact natural environment and authentic cultural traditions.
Overseas Privately-Constructed Memorial Restoration Program The Office of Australian War Graves, Department of Veterans' Affairs, on behalf of the Australian Government, administers the Overseas Privately-Constructed Memorial Restoration Program.
Playing Australia Playing Australia gives all Australians, wherever they live, better access to some of the country's best performing arts.
QLD Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Grants and Funding Programs The Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Policy offers funding to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders through the (NAIDOC) Program.
Queensland Government Grants Portal The Queensland Government provides grants and funding to individuals, businesses, not-for-profit organisations and local government.
Regional Arts Fund The Australian Government's Regional Arts Fund supports the arts in regional and remote areas.
Regional Arts NSW Regional Arts NSW administers four grants programmes including The Regional Arts Fund (the 'RAF'), The Quick Turnaround Grants Program ('Quicks'), PROP UPS Quick grants for performance initiatives and The Country Arts Support Program ('CASP').
SA Grants Directory The Grants Directory offers easy access to information on a broad range of funding options.
Screen Tasmania Screen Tasmania is responsible for fostering, developing and supporting screen-based industries within Tasmania.
Service Tasmania Online - Grants and funding Links to a wide range of grants and funding programs available in Tasmania.
South Australian Youth Arts Board (SAYAB) As the State Government's Youth Arts Policy body, SAYAB encourages participation and excellence in the arts through a range of scholarship, grants and funding programs.
The Australia-India Council The functions of the Australia-India Council (AIC) are to make recommendations to the Australian Government, through the Minister for Foreign Affairs, for the broadening and deepening of the relationship between Australia and India.
The Lending Right (PLR & ELR) Schemes The Lending Right (PLR & ELR) schemes make payments to eligible Australian creators and publishers whose books are held in public lending libraries.
Victorian Multicultural Commission Grants Program The Victorian Multicultural Commission runs a Community Grants Program to provide support to Victoria's culturally and linguistically diverse communities, especially new and emerging communities, to develop and sustain local community organisations a
Visions of Australia Visions of Australia aims to enable more Australians to enjoy our diverse culture by accessing exhibitions of cultural material.
WA Department of Indigenous Affairs The WA Department of Indigenous Affairs helps Indigenous people determine their lives and embrace their Aboriginal heritage and culture.
WA Grants Directory Grants and assistance programs for communities and local governments in regional and metropolitan Western Australia.
WA Lotterywest Grants Lotterywest provides grants to not-for-profit community groups, and provides support to people with a disability.
12 March, 2009
In the exhibition "Intempéries" in São Paulo, 28 participants from 5 continents reflect on weather extremes and climate anomalies, drawing attention to the interdependence of nature and human activity.
7 March - 12 April 2009
Oca (Pavilhão Lucas Nogueira Garcez)
Parque Ibirapuera, São Paulo
International: Alfons Hug
Brazil: Alberto Saraiva
>> Intempéries - Photo Tour
Summary of information, curatorial text, photo tour through the exhibition
The exhibition is organized by the Goethe-Institut Rio de Janeiro in cooperation with the cultural center Oi Futuro (Rio de Janeiro) and the Biennial of the End of the World (Argentina).
Climatic phenomena, which are being increasingly medialized, need to be "reculturalized" by measuring the aesthetic temperatures of a new feeling for life. However, the kind of aesthetic treatment of weather and landscape we are proposing could possibly contribute more to preserving both than a purely scientific approach.
"In Antiquity, philosophers believed that for reasons of symmetry the southern hemisphere must contain a counterweight to the land mass of the northern hemisphere.
Mercator's 16th century maps also claim the presence of a "large southern continent" (Terra Australis Incognita), which was regarded as a tropical paradise."Reading the curatorial text, two things spring to mind
- firstly, Australian art has a large engagement with the landscape and the environment and we are experiencing some of our most extreme weather
- secondly, discussion of the 'missing southern continent' has frequently been applied to Australia
So my question is simply, "why are there no Australian artists in this exhibition?"
11 March, 2009
Now under the sole directorship of Stuart Purves, and with 15 staff, Australian Galleries continues to represent significant contemporary Australian artists including Jeffrey Smart, Inge King, William Robinson, John Coburn, Garry Shead, Colin Lanceley, John Wolseley, Peter Neilson, Lewis Miller, Peter Churcher and Graeme Drendel, along with an involvement in the estates of George Baldessin, Brett Whiteley, Lloyd Rees and Arthur Boyd. (see full artists list on home page).
March 17–April 05 | Fred Cress | 'End game one'
March 3 - March 28, 2009
A Picasso show is always an exciting event. Some exhibitions show Picasso as the great master of twentieth century art, and some exhibits, this one in particular, show Picasso’s lighter side - his simple delight in making images. The variety of the work in this exhibition from his earliest etching, Le Repas Frugal of 1904, to the etchings from 1968, show Picasso’s pictorial curiosity and his extraordinary technical abilities. These images illustrate the story of Picasso’s life, his love and his passion for the human condition.
38 Queen Street
or by appointment.
Subject Index - December 2008
Google warns of Privacy Issues
Interviewing the Crisis
Lekay, Hirst and Cartrain - copyright dispute
Myspace Street Art Arrest
Royce Bannon on GETV
Nice - melbourne
Dr Sketchy's Anti Art
Street Art - Adelaide
UBUWEB - Street Posters
UBUWEB Film and Video
Art Basel Miami Beach 2008
09 March, 2009
The International Drawing Annual publication was conceived as an extension of Manifest's Drawing Center mission to promote, feature, and explore drawing as a rich and culturally significant art form through the pursuit of scholarly activities.
The goal of the International Drawing Annual is to support the recognition, documentation, and publication of excellent, current, and relevant works of drawing in the United States and beyond.
This supplemental resource website offers biographical information and artist's statements for each of the artists included in each annual volume of the exhibition-in-print. One image from each artist is also provided for reference relative to their information.
2009 CALL FOR ENTRIES (coming soon!)
08 March, 2009
- Timeless: The Art of Cressida Campbell - Middle Years (PDF, 2 MB)
- Timeless: The Art of Cressida Campbell - Senior Years (PDF, 2 MB)
- Replant: A New Generation of Botanical Art - Overview (PDF, 2 MB)
- Replant: A New Generation of Botanical Art - Pre-school to lower primary (PDF, 161 KB)
- Replant: A New Generation of Botanical Art - Upper primary to lower secondary (PDF, 2 MB)
- Replant: A New Generation of Botanical Art - Upper secondary PDF, 157 KB)
- Cross Section: The Documentary Photography of Charles Page - Education Kit (PDF, 317 KB)
- Under the Influence: Art & Music - Themes (PDF, 540 KB)
- Under the Influence: Art & Music - Artists (PDF, 666 KB)
- Sidney Nolan: A Poetic Vision
- Craft Revolution
- Ian Friend: Thirty Years of Works on Paper 1977-2007
- Breaking New Ground: Brisbane Women Artists of the Mid-Twentieth Century
- IDA presents The Vernacular Terrain
- Freestyle: new Australian design for living
- Arc Biennial 2007
- La Femme Domestique
- Artifice: Recent Queensland Photography
- Marks and Motifs: Prints from the PCA Collection
- No Nonsense, Great Shapes: Jemima Wyman (held at the block, QUT Creative Industries Precinct)
- International Digital Art Awards
- Limited Editions Arthur Boyd in Print
- David Rankin Works 1967 - 2004
- Somewhere in the City: Noel McKenna
- A Silent Walk: the Sculpture of Stephen Hart
- International Digital Art Awards - New Media Information Leaflet
- Past and Present
- Place and Memory: The Graphic Work of William Robinson - Primary School
- Bashir Baraki: Football, Politics and Sexuality
- Architects of Glamour and Masters of Style: Excerpts from a Century of Fashion Photography
- Water: Prints from Lockhart River and the Tiwi Islands
- Museum of Contemporary Art Unpacked