What compels a maker to create? Why this technique or material? Why that concept? How does the mind of a maker work?
Free Gallery entry
For Country, for Nation highlights stories and explores themes of remembrance and tradition through family histories, objects, art, and photographs from across Australia.
For Country, for Nation is thematic in structure. Within each theme are stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander experience during wartime and peace.
Gallery entry is free
Gallery entry free
Accessible Art Tours provide a welcoming relaxed environment, helping enhancing connection to the exhibitions on display, while encouraging self-expression.
The workshop will concentrate on perseverance, experimentation, failure, iteration, collaboration and empathy.
All tickets $20
A fun and inspiring exhibition inspired making session with our local artist Lucy Pascale.
Join exhibiting artists Vipoo Srivilasa, ceramicist; Liz Williamson, weaver; and Gabriella Bisetto, glass artist; as they share their arts practice and discuss the importance that making has on their lives.
This participatory talk is suitable for artists, craftspeople, designers, and hobbyists at any stage of their practice, and anyone interested in how artists think with their hands.
Join local makers who will be showcasing their skills and selling their wares inside the foyers of the Glasshouse! Grab a drink from the Glasshouse bar whilst listening to local Nathan Healey spinning tunes.
Craft Spot this September will be inspired by artist Bernard Ollis, you will be learning colour theory and terminology, and how to apply layering techniques using water-soluble oil pastels.
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