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Francesca Rosa

21 April – 18 June '17

Francesca Rosa is a photo-media artist based in Etty Bay, south of Cairns. Her solo exhibition Memoria , investigates the history of Italian migration, with a particular focus on the first post-World War II Italians who arrived in Cairns to work in the Far North Queensland sugarcane industry.  Under the Italian-Australian Migration Agreement of 1951, men were employed to cut cane for two years as a condition of their financially assisted passage to Australia. Historically... MORE

Brett Whiteley
Other Places (Somewhere Else)

28 April – 2 July '17

Other Places (Somewhere Else) offers a rare opportunity to view more than forty of Brett Whiteley’s most intimate and personal works completed during his many travels to London, Paris, New York, the Asia Pacific region and Far North Queensland. The exhibition is presented in partnership with the Art Gallery of New South Wales and includes loans from the Whiteley Studio and major Australian public and private collections.  Brett Whiteley (1939-1992) is regarded as one... MORE

Moving Histories//
Future Projections

12 May – 18 June '17

Moving Histories//Future Projections is a touring exhibition that brings together some of Australia’s leading female contemporary artists who work across screen based media. Artists include Kate Blackmore, Jacinta Tobin, Mikala Dwyer and Justene Williams, Amala Groom, Deborah Kelly, Joan Ross, Soda Jerk, Angelica Mesiti and Caroline Garcia. The artists in Moving Histories//Future Projections approach their subject matter in a variety of ways – they turn the camera... MORE

Michelle Nikou

12 May – 18 June '17

Michelle Nikou: aeiou is an innovative, playful and poetic exhibition that challenges, entertains and stimulates conversations between viewers of all ages. The exhibition explores the Adelaide-based artist’s idiosyncratic cross-disciplinary practice, while stimulating critical thought around the legacies of modern art movements and the nature of contemporary practice. Nikou characteristically draws on surrealism in a reflective and productive way to transform domestic... MORE