Archive for November 2009

Melbourne art exhbition opening tonight! Requiem For Urban Ruin

Requiem for Urban Ruin Dominic Kavanagh Bus Projects Opening night Tuesday  November 24 Exhibition runs until December 11, 2009 Requiem For Urban Ruin is a whimsical and contemplative experience of urban ruin. It is an installation encompassing sculpture, sound and performance. Also on exhibition at Bus Projects are TS2 by Slow Art Collective and Symbiosis:…

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‘Sustainable Fusion Reactions’ opening this week at the Colour Factory gallery

The latest photographic exhibition at the Colour Factory Gallery ‘Sustainable Fusion Reactions’ is opening this Thursday evening from 6-8pm. All are welcome to come along! ‘Sustainable Fusion Reactions’ curated by Jill Orr Featuring artists: Utako Shindo, Ash Keating Bindi Cole Colour Factory Gallery Opening night Thursday November 19, 6 – 8pm Exhibition dates: November 19…

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Shortly arriving at Colour Factory are two NEW ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY machines!

This first is a liquid laminator for fine art and commercial purposes. We will soon be able to offer ‘Giclee’ lamination to protect and enhance your archival museum quality inkjet prints. Secondly, a commercial environmentally friendly printer. At the Colour Factory we embrace and implement environmentally friendly technology. A detailed review will be available in…

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Limited places remain in upcoming digital photography seminar!

There is a very exciting upcoming digital seminar being run by photographer Tim Handfield! Creating Photoshop Masters (Intermediate) is being held on November 21st and will enable you to gain ultimate control over Photoshop’s most advanced features to produce compelling prints from your digital files. This workshop provides a step-by-step introduction to the concept of non-destructive image…

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Communication through an image, communication through installation

The first and second exhibitions at the Colour Factory Gallery differ greatly in choice of medium and use of space, which got us thinking about photographic artists, and artists who use photography. ‘Sustainable Fusion Reactions’ is a very exciting exhibition for the Colour Factory as it pushes the boundaries of what photographic art is. All…

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As one exhibition closes another opens…

The Colour Factory would like to thank everybody for their overwhelming support of its first exhibition by Gerard O’Connor and Marc Wasiak. It was a huge opening night, and we’ve had regular daily attendance streaming through the door. ‘Why Don’t You Take A Picture It Will Last Longer’ comes to a close this Friday November…

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Photographic Exhibitions: A revolution and Australian women photographers

Ash Keating Eur-Eco Revolution SHIFTED Gallery Opening 6-8pm Wednesday 11th November Exhibition dates: November 12 – 28, 2009 Ash Keating speaks about his latest photographic exhibition: “The project EurEco Revolution changes the colour of the Eureka southern cross flag from royal blue to bright green, to act as a visual symbol for the coming together…

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William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize 2009 Finalists Exhibition

William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize 2009 Monash Gallery of Art Opening night Friday November 6 2009, 6-9pm November 6 – December 13, 2009 “After attracting over 450 entries from around the country the judges selected 50 works by Australian photographers”. Come along to the opening of this photographic exhibition this Friday night. Don’t worry…

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