16 November – 8 December
19 October – 10 November
Everyone Deserves Music, Sam Johns, Oil on canvas.
21 September – 13 October
The goddesses of small things
An exhibition by Sandra Kendell, Marita Albers, natalie Uhing, Indrid Gersmanis, Mel Macklin, Kate Fernyhough, Alison Dowell, Natasha Rowell, Emily Hearn, Karen Roberts
a vida triste e chata
24 August – 15 September
Sacred Place, Sacred Space
John Altomonte A visual feast of photography and paintings spread over two galleries. This exhibit of recent works by John Altomonte invites the viewer to explore how connecting with the land around us takes us into our own, internal sacred places. Dancing girl, John Altomonte
10 August – 20 August
Red Rock Art Gallery
Queenie McKenzie, Jack Britten, Billy Thomas, Freddy Timms, Lloyd Kwilla, Claude Carter, Nellie Gordan, Jimmy McKenzie, Nancy Noonju
13 July – 5 August
Snap it up
Corrugated Iron Youth Arts
15 June – 7 July
Jonathon Saunders presents a dispersed superhero narrative through gaudy stencil art.
Through a discontinuous and disjunctive narrative, the ‘story’ focuses on two Superheroes. Zero-Point, the spandex clad quantum superhero and Rand, a suit-waring vigilante.
The iconic look of comic book colouring techniques from the 80’s are recreated using stencils and bold, gaudy colours. Tight framing and close ups help to show a voyeuristic look at these Heroes and the world they inhabit.
The disparate structure and the open-endedness of the disjunctive narrative is meant to stimulate apprehension and arouse curiosity but leave the outcome and meaning of the story open to the viewer.
25 May – 13 June
The Angry Show
DVAA members exhibition
David Wickens & Coco Meacham
Artist @ Work
2 – 30 March
Darwin on a whim
Art meets music with this experimental collaboration between local digital artist Leanne Waterhouse and band Green Stone Garden.
101 photos shot and edited exclusively with iphone, Northern Territory, Darwin South Australia and Queensland.
Talitha Kennedy Talitha Kennedy sets up residence in DVAA using the gallery as an active research space into human relationships with nature, showing recent drawing, sculpture and works in progress. Four public events present concepts in contemporary art relevant to environmental concerns and informal discussion.
Leanne Waterhouse’s latest solo exhibition Inclination is an experimental installation which explores the different habits of the mind.