Craft ACT: Craft and Design Centre's annual curated exhibition Emerging Contemporaries shines a spotlight on our nation's next wave of craft and design practitioners. The artworks included highlight the outstanding future talent of our sector.
Reminiscences and Reflections Mi-Kyung Myung
Myung's solo exhibition of paper brings together Korean and western influences through her experiences living in both East Asian and Western cultures.
Looking for the i in desire Meredith Hughes
Using textile approaches such as printing, cutting, piecing and Indian embroidery, Hughes deconstructs strategies of Buddhist meditation on emptiness and explores the connectivity of the space between object and representation.
Showing in the Crucible Showcase
Bula'Bula Arts. Early career artists from the Ramingining community using traditional craft techniques to create stories of Yolngu culture and country through artworks.
Where are they now? In association with Emerging Contemporaries, 2012 award recipient, Sarah Carlson, will present an artist talk on her professional practice and endeavours since the Emerging Contemporaries exhibition. Friday 4 March 3:00pm.
Craft ACT is calling for proposals that capture current Australian craft and design practice and trends from practitioners at all levels for its 2017 exhibition program. EOI's close Friday 4 March 2016
Craft ACT, in partnership with ACT Parks and Conservation Service, are seeking submissions from international and national artists, as well as Craft ACT Members, wishing to take part in the 2016 Artist-in-residence Program. Submissions close 5pm EST 8 April 2016.
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