Red and Yellow is the colour theme of Barometer's annual end of year show featuring selected artists and craftspeople.Find out more »
Light passes through. It has a presence and an absence, extends beyond the visible and is felt. It is transformative: changing what we feel, see and experience. It is how we survive and grow.Find out more »
Artists explore personal desires to have and to hold, sinful yearnings, urges to consume and possess through sensual and multi-disciplinary practices.Find out more »
Photographs by Catherine Rogers: threatened and altered landscapes of the Tarkine.Find out more »
Country holds layers of memory – we memorialise our chosen countries using their indigenous dyes and patterns on cloth to reconnect and raise awareness of the history beneath. In remembering we also uncover earlier selves and collective memories from our ancestoral histories.Find out more »
Emma Peters references the tradition of patch-worked heirloom quilts and wagga’s to present a collection of experimental textiles that examines memory as a driving conceptual force. The Mnemonic Textiles exhibition presents work that captures memory and sustains life-long attachment.Find out more »
An exploration of non-colour by seven recent graduates of Sydney’s National Art School: Kirsten Drewes, Jan Handel, Emma Kirby, Michelle Le Dain, Melinda Marshman, Elizabeth Rankin and Helen Redmond.
White is the achromatic, the colour without a hue. It is the light produced by the streaming of the spectrum of colours – the nothing produced by the all.Find out more »
Barbara Rogers presents a contemporary approach to Japanese resist textiles.
Open Wednesday - Saturday 12 - 5pm, or by appointment.Find out more »
Seven Weeks Seven Artists features new work by Arthere Artists including Chris Round, Nancy Trieu, Niki Gudex, Julie Williams, Zorica Purlija, Catherine Cloran. It also includes two artists not yet associated with Arthere, Sarah Ducker and Anne Lynam.Find out more »