Art - Upcoming exhibitions
Date

13 September - 16 November 2014

Venue

Burrinja Inner Gallery

With Country in Mind 
Hermannsburg Watercolours from the Ebes Collection 

A most unusual combination: Aboriginal perspective on traditional country in the western tradition of water colour painting.
What is now known as the Hermannsburg School, began in the 1930s with the paintings by Albert Namatjira at Hermannsburg Mission (Ntaria). 
Successive generations have carried on the tradition presenting an intriguing view of the West Macdonnell Ranges and Western Aranda country as showcased in this exhibition.

Drawn exclusively from the Ebes Collection, the exhibitions features works by Albert Namatjira (1902-1959), his mentor Rex Battarbee, his sons Ewald, Enos, Oscar, Keith, Otto Otto Pareroultja, Wenton Rubuntja, and others .

Date

5 September - 16 November

Venue

Burrinja Gallery

Arlpwe Artists
Pictorial Letter from Arlpwe at Ali Curung

Artists from Ali Curung visit Burrinja for a week of demonstrations and cultural education. Now the second year in a row, Burrinja is building a strong connection with the community near Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory. Local schools again get an opportunity to engage with Central Desert artists.

Dates

26 September - 26 October

Venue

Jarmbi Gallery

Mater Christi College Arts: A Celebration of Student Creativity 

Exhibition works have been selected from across Year levels to showcase fashion design garments, visual communication designs and contemporary artworks to represent diversity of media and stages of artistic development.

Creativity and innovation are central to the work of the College. Teachers model professional studio practices and relationships and encourage students to research, develop and test ideas.

The College is proud of the outstanding student achievements in the visual arts including numerous accolades in Top Arts, VCE Showcase, Exhibitions and Awards.

Date

22 November - 15 February 2015

Venue

Burrinja Inner Gallery

Cicada Press: Gamarada

Cicada Press is a research group within the School of Art at the College of Fine Arts (COFA), University of NSW. It functions as an educationally focused custom printing workshop where artists of national reputation are invited to produce a body of work with the support of Cicada Press staff and students.

For the past six years Cicada Press has worked closely with a number of Aboriginal artists from NSW but also other parts of the country building Aboriginal print portfolios and providing them with new skills to take into their future practice.

Recent visiting artists include Vernon Ah Kee, Reko Rennie, Laurel Nannup, Jason Wing who will be featured in the exhibition.

Curated by Tess Alass, Associate Lecturer, School of Art History and Art Education at the College of Fine Arts (COFA), University of NSW.

Date

22 November - 15 February 2015

Venue

Burrinja Gallery

Myths and Legends of West Arnhem Land: Nganjmirra Family Drawings

Rare works on paper by members of the Nganjmirra family, including Bobby, Alex, Peterson, Ralph and Wesley tell traditional stories of creation, law and life in Western Arnhem Land.

Selected from the McLeod Gift Collection.