Tag: RMIT Gallery

Exhibition | water + wisdom Australia India | RMIT Gallery

Exhibition Dates: 1st December 2017 – 10th March 2018 Opening night: Thursday 30th November, 6 – 8 pm. Drawing on extensive research by experts from India and Australia, water + wisdom Australia India presents a poetic dimension on ancient wisdom regarding water management in both continents, as seen through the work of visual artists, creative writers and researchers who have incorporated these issues into their work. Artists including Ravi Agarwal, Sandra Aitken, Clare Arni, Badger Bates, Lado Bai, Atul Bhalla, Paddy Bedford, Vicki Couzens, Hannah Donnelly, Vibha Galhotra, Bhavani G.S, Connie Hart, Victoria Lautman, Rebecca Mayo, Djambawa Marawilli, Wanyubi Marika, Jennifer Mullett, Lorna Fencer Napurrurla, Glenda Nicholls, Justine Philip, Parthiv Shah, Jangarh Singh Shyam, Cop Shiva, K.R. Sunil, Shorty Lungkata Tjungurrayi, Hanna Tuulikki, Carmel Wallace, Judy Watson, Asim Waqif, Liyawaday Wirrapanda. Public program Friday 1st December 12.30 -1.30 pm Hanna…

Exhibitions | Richard Bell – Elizabeth Gower – Mithu Sen and Pushpa Rawat | RMIT Gallery

Richard Bell | Imagining Victory Opening Night: Thursday 10 March | 6-8pm Exhibition Dates: 11 March – 23 April Opening Speaker | Professor Paul Gough, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Vice President, College of Design and Social Context, RMIT University Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic and Vice-President, RMIT University Drawing heavily upon the mechanisms of activism, this significant solo exhibition by leading Australian artist Richard Bell is centred on a trilogy of recent video projects that attempts to dig beneath the veneer of cultural integration to expose how racism can be deeply embedded and passed on to future generations. An Artspace exhibition toured by Museums & Galleries of NSW. Curator: Alexie Glass-Kantor | Artist: Richard Bell Public Program – Wednesday 16 March, 1-2 pm Discussion | Dr Greg Creek RMIT: The use of narrative and satire in video art Dr Greg Creek is…

New Exhibitions and Talks at RMIT Gallery | Power to the People and Performing Mobilities

Power to the People! September 24th until 24th October 2015 Spanish artist Julio Falagán’s work questions power and the established status quo through humour and irony. Visitors to the exhibition are invited to become participants and collectors by photocopying and stamping the artist’s work in the gallery.Come along and start your very own art collection – along with discussions about production/reproduction/ copyright and artist’s moral rights and remuneration. All coin donations collected will be sent to the  RMIT Scholarship Philanthropy Fund to support disadvantaged undergraduate students. Power To The People Pre-Opening Discussion Be the first to print your very own artwork and chat to the artist Julio Falagán over churros and Spanish wine on his Melbourne visit, at a pre-opening talk on “The Media and Popular Culture’, together with Dr Antonio Castillo and Ciro Márquez. Date: 4.30 – 5.30 pm,…