Assembling the best in textile art from around Australia the 3rd Tamworth Textile Triennial titled ‘Open House’, curated by Glenn Barkley, will have a strong Indigenous, multi-cultural and environmental focus. Barkley explained, “For many artists working within the construct of the ‘art world’, as opposed to the ‘craft world’, textiles appeal for the same reasons as do ceramics: for the sense of social inclusion and the sheer aesthetic and conceptual unruliness; for the sense of ‘anything goes’ and ‘anyone can do it’ – LOLs galore; and because of a palpable flattening of hierarchy and gender.” Artists include; Sally Blake, John Brooks, Sue Ryan of GhostNets Australia, Gomeroi Gaaynggal Centre, Treahna Hamm, Joy Ivill, Carol McGregor, Rebecca Mayo, Noongar Doll Makers, Raquel Ormella, Julia Robinson, Ema Shin, Jeanette Stok and Meredith Woolnough. Showing at Tamworth Regional Gallery from 14 October, and touring between 1 July 2018 and 30 June 2020.
To celebrate 30 years of 'Linden Postcard Show', Linden New Art has invited past prize winners back to exhibit their recent work and to share their stories with audiences.Read more
The 2020 Wollombi Valley Sculpture Festival is showcasing 166 works from 103 sculptors. This year's prize has five categories; click through to find who won.Read more