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A piece of fabric worn around the neck, shoulders and sometimes the head for warmth or decoration. Usually long and narrow, triangular or square. With pattern or plain, knitted, woven, felted or crocheted.Find out more »
Kathleen Berney, Liz Gemmell, Beth Hatton, Irene Manion and Barbara Rogers look at shadows in relation to their ongoing explorations of environmental issues, abstraction through geometric pattern and innovative garment design.Find out more »
Black and white photographs by Olive R Odewahn
Olive Rose Odewahn (1914–2006) was a keen amateur photographer. From her teenage years Olive always carried a camera and with it she carefully photographed life around her.Find out more »
Barbara Rogers demonstrates the extent to which the traditional craft of Shibori adapts to contemporary textile design.Find out more »
Vivien Haley invites you into her visual world of nature and landscape; a place of creation, inspiration, refined colour and beauty.
“In a world where the natural environment is being challenged and more people live in cities than ever before, contact with the natural world brings a sense of place and beauty to our busy lives,” says Vivien HaleyFind out more »
Catherine Rogers shows new photographs from the Tarkine region of north-west Tasmania. Photographs of another landscape marked for destruction.Find out more »
Selected works on paper and textiles by Catherine Rogers, Julie Ryder and Barbara Rogers.Find out more »
Walter G is back from the deserts of Rajasthan with trunkfuls of colourful vintage textiles and treasures to showcase at their Annual Indian Christmas Bazaar. From hand mud printed indigo cushions and napkins to tribal camel tassels and antqiue lassi cups, this Aladdin's cave will be full of exotic Christmas curios.Find out more »
The olive groves of southern Italy are some of the oldest on earth. Some are so ancient - planted in the Dark Ages and nurtured by around 40 generations - they are actually listed by UNESCO as cultural treasures.
These groves, photographed in Puglia in the heel of the boot of Italy, are presented as triptychs, symbolic of the potential harmony on offer when humankind works together with nature.Find out more »
In 2013 Kate Ward completed art residencies in the historic gold mining town of Hill End, NSW as well as an international residency in Nova Scotia, Canada. Landscapes, Ladies and Literature is the result of Ward's residencies where she researched and responded to the experiences of women pioneers of both countries.Find out more »