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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 »
Open Wednesday - Saturday 11am to 5pm
A group scarf show from the members of the World Shibori Network Australia/New Zealand.Find out more »
Stitched dialogue is an exhibition of textiles from artists Trudy Billingsley and Alison Muir that presents the viewer with a series of resonating ideas that communicate a at many levels about relationships and the environment.Find out more »
Opening 24th August at 3pm
Digital photographs by Philip Bell from North-West America and South-East Australia, contrasting natural scale and form, permanence and change.Find out more »
Jude Skeers investigates the construction, deconstruction and reconstruction of the web.
During the exhibition more webs will be created and installed to build on the design concept. The public will be invited to make their own webs. This exhibition is part Sydney Design Festival 2013Find out more »
Shibori textiles as digital imagery by Barbara Rogers and Catherine Rogers Shibori textiles by Barbara Rogers. Photography by Catherine RogersFind out more »
Photographs by Rowan Conroy, Paul Ogier and Catherine RogersFind out more »