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EXHIBITIONS
PAST & PRESENT

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RENEWAL - GASWORKS ARTS PARK

July 12 - 23 2023

To celebrate life and the return to optimism Gasworks are delighted to present this long-awaited group exhibition by the Gasworks Resident Artists. The artworks highlight a sense of resilience and recovery through the visual and aural interpretations of the organic nature and life force of Gasworks Arts Park.

The Renewal exhibition showcases art that reflects the diverse talents of the group with practices ranging from sculpture and ceramics to two-dimensional works including painting and drawing. The recent addition of a composer/musician to the resident artists adds a further exciting element to the mix.

Image: Dean Green

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WA IKEBANA CONTAINER AWARD

Sept 10 - 11, 2022

Wa Melbourne Ikebana Festival presents an opportunity for ceramic artists to create artworks to inspire ikebana artists with the 'Container Award Exhibition'. This year my work, 'Foundation Stone' was a finalist in the award that was judged by Hiroe Swen. Congratulations to Colin Hopkins, who won t winner.

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HOME

380.CO

July 1 - 23, 2022

380co. is proud to invite you to our latest group show of 9 established and emerging artists.

Home is an exhibition featuring the work of: 9 established and emerging visual artists, 3 motion artists, projected at large scale on the walls of 380co, 3 live music acts from 7 - 9pm on opening night.

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INTENT

YARRA SCULPTURE GALLERY

March 4 - 27, 2022

In the world we want, there is hope, recovery and optimism, with new life emerging. This work imagines a post-human earth; after the Anthropocene; and recognises the eternal potential and evolution of biological life. With each ceramic form, evidence of eternal geological time, measured in eons, is contrasted with ephemeral biological time, measured in moments; the Earth stores its memory of lessons lived and learnt. 

'Intent’: an abstract landscape constructed through an installation of contemporary ceramic sculptures combined with digital projection and audio. 


This event is part of Melbourne Design Week 2022, an initiative of the Victorian Government in collaboration with the NGV.

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ELAPSE
RED GALLERY

July 2021

Covid Interrupted.
Elapse was an installation of hand built abstract ceramic sculptures and photography.  
The narrative is grounded in contrasting scales of time - geological time and biological time, and envisage a possible future, After the Anthropocene; inviting the viewer to contemplate their relationship with the Earth, and to recognise that with each choice, there is consequence. 

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BONANZA

Online: October - November 2021

BONANZA is an award exhibition of the work of the Contemporary Sculptors Association. I have an entry in the exhibition, Time Passed - Armature. The exhibition is hosted online this year due to covid pandemic restrictions. Click the link below to see the exhibition.

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ART @ THE THOMAS

2021

Art at The Thomas was a pop-up ARI Gallery project, initiated by Cinda and a couple of artist colleagues on Fitzroy St, St Kilda. 

The Gallery space presented an opportunity for local artists to engage with the local community, grow their audience and patronage, exhibit their work in a public space that directly supported local artists, and network with professionals and supporters of arts and creative industries. 

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SMALL WORKS EXHIBITION @ BRUNSWICK ST GALLERY

January 2021

Small works at Brunswick Street Gallery is a group exhibition with prizes for artists.

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ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS

March 2021

At Red Gallery, this is a stacked group exhibition featuring 49 artists following the theme of Rock, Paper, Scissors.

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CLAY MATTERS 1

December 2022

Clay Matters is a group of Australian ceramicists who aim to encourage clay workers to lead and inspire climate action, embed environmentally friendly and sustainable practices in their studios and strengthen individual and social commitments to carbon reduction. 

This unique ceramics exhibition in December 2022 included work by Pie Bolton, Amanda Bromfield, Katrina Carling, Claire Ellis, Vicki Grima, Lene Kuhl Jakobsen, Cinda Manins, Montessa Maack, Jane Sawyer, Madeleine Thornton-Smith, and Ri Van Veen.


Curator: Cinda Manins


Thanks to Slow Clay Centre and guest speaker Greens MP @gabrielledevietri.

Supported by the @cityofyarra Climate Action Fund.

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