Published 01 June 2019
State Library of NSW
The past 10 years in Canberra have seen a strong and focussed development of facilities which offer support to emerging artists.
Examines the culture of art prizes, scholarships and patronage in terms of support for younger artists. Looks at the work of artists Megan Walch, Sue Saxon and Michele Beevors.
Published December 1997
An overview of the various artist's spaces which have been established at different times: Gotham Studios, 6A.N.I.C.A. Gallery and Studios, Jacksue Gallery/Pad Studio, Verge Gallery and Studios, Spiral Studios, PICA, The Terminal and more. Includes black and white photographs of the studios and galleries.
Ann Newmarch Retrospective 'The Personal is Political' curated by Julie Robinson was shown at the Art Gallery of SA in 1997. Lippard puts Newmarch's work into a global context.
Exhibition review Katie Moore 'Huff'
Contemporary Art Centre
In July 1997, the Queensland Government launched its youth arts policy 'Your Culture-- Your Move' which targets the development of cultural activities and artistic practice for young people and emerging artists.
Empire Studios is a production group, collectively dedicated to taking art to the community, making work in electronic media more accessible, and presenting that work with a fresh approach. Located in Hobart Tasmania.
The story of senior women from the remote community of Kintore Northern Territory, who after just three years became Central Australia's most sought-after artists.
The work of Justene Williams and Tony Schwensen. William's photographs are taken spontaneously, and sometimes surreptitiously, with disposable cameras. Schwensen's installations combine paintings and sculptures to embody an idea of suburbia.
Gallery Dunce in Tasmania was born out of a group of ex-art school students' unanimous frustration with the lack of facilities for emerging/experimental artists. Looks at the work of Kim Kerze.
The most recent category of artist to register on the present Government's scale of priorities is that of 'emerging'.
1. He has faith in his ability to lie. 2. He writes with generosity. 3. He creates new possibilities for existence. 4. He writes out of necessity.
Setting the scene for interpretation of emerging art practice in the north involves thinking about what it is to be in geographical isolation from the major urban centres in Australia, a combined sense of alienation and freedom. Discussesartists Gavin Condren, Tania Whitbread, Andrew Kelman, Roxanne Grant and Trisha Mason.