Moreland Summer Show: Noel Counihan Commemorative Award
The Counihan Gallery In Brunswick's annual Moreland Summer Show.
Ajanta Anthigngna Marakkala | Fayez Assaf
Paul Batt | Margaret Bishop | Wendy Black
Robyn Blaikie | Heinz Boeck | Supina Bytol
I-Yen Chen | Aaron Claringbold | Kate Davis & Hannan Jones | Julian Di Martino
Meyet Falduto | Nadia Faragaab | Liss Fenwick | Patrick and Lesley Francis
Flora Georgiou | Marcela Alejandra Gomez-Escudero | Paul Handley
Richard Harding | Dana Harris | Sarah Heyward | Amaya Iturri
Catherine Johnstone | Melanie Lazarow | Penelope Le Petit | Carmel Louise
Janelle Low | Priscilla Manthey | Jordan Marani | David McCall | Kerrie O'Keefe
Valentina Palonen | Andrew Potter | Vladimir Rachko | Benjamin Sheppard
Josh Simpson | Fern Smith | Fleur Summers | Frances Tapueluelu
Ben Taranto | Jean Taylor | Mick Turner | Nicola Vance
Leanne Waterhouse Charlotte Watson | Claire Anna Watson
Bryce Wilson | Mark Wingrave | Jude Worters
Friday 10 November - Saturday 9 December
Opening: Thursday 9 November, 6 - 8 pm
The Counihan Gallery In Brunswick is pleased to announce the inaugural Noel Counihan Commemorative Art Award exhibition.
To be awarded annually, the Noel Counihan Commemorative Award will recognise an outstanding contemporary artwork by an artist who engages with social, political, cultural or environmental subjects.
This year’s theme is PEOPLE – POLITICS – PROTEST.
The 2017 prize is a tailored Professional Development package to the value of $3000. The winner will be announced at the opening of the exhibition on Thursday 9 November.
Call out for Speakers
Moreland Summer Show 2017 Spoken Word (People - Politics - Protest)
In conjunction with the 2017 Moreland Summer Show exhibition, The Counihan Gallery In Brunswick will present Spoken Word – People - Politics – Protest on Saturday 9 December at 2.30 pm.
We are seeking speakers to participate in this event, which will take place on the speaker’s plinth just outside the gallery on Sydney Rd.
If you are a writer, poet, spoken word artist, rapper, singer or rabble-rouser and would like to respond to the theme – People – Politics – Protest please email a biography and indicative draft or summary of your intended piece.
You should time the length of your presentation so that it does not exceed 5 minutes. Speakers of all levels of experience welcome and entry is free.
Applications close: Friday 24 November, 5 pm
Auslan interpreters will be provided for the event.
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2017 Counihan Gallery In Brunswick exhibition program
Counihan Gallery In Brunswick
Phone: 9389 8622