It is currently festivals galore on the Melbourne art scene! Check out some of these fantastic art exhibitions.

Shelter: On Kindness
RMIT Gallery

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September 25 – October 25, 2009

An art exhibition bringing together more than 50 artists, architects, writers and philosophers to explore the notion of shelter and kindness will open at RMIT Gallery on 25 September.

‘On Kindness’ explores philosophical and material concepts of shelter. This art exhibition is part of the Melbourne International Arts festival.

The range of ideas and visceral experiences is sweeping. The principal participants – Charles Anderson, Robert Bridgewater, Gregory Burgess and Pip Stokes, Lorraine Connelly-Northey, Peter Corrigan, William Eicholtz, Terunobu Fujimori and Jun Sakaguchi , Stephen Haley, Jane and Tor Holth, Alan Johnston and David Connearn, LAB Architecture Studio, Ronnie Lacham, March Studio, Paul Memmott, Murdo Macdonald, John R Neeson, NMBW Architecture Studio, Adam Phillips and Barbara Taylor, RMIT Indigenous Arts Unit and Alan Saunders – have all responded with their own unique vision.

Seventh Gallery

22 September – 10 October, 2009

As part of Melbourne Fringe Festival, running from 22 September to 10 October 2009, Seventh Gallery are running three photographic exhibitions:
Gallery One and Project Space: FELTspace (South Australia) with Monte Masi, Annika Evans, Brigid Noone, Logan Macdonald, Matt Huppatz and James Marshall; Gallery Two: Kate Hodgetts and Night Screen: Sharna Osborne.  Get along to check them out!

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Sharna Osborne

In this self-sustaining cycle the nomenclature of mythological creatures dictates their exploits. Sorrowful fate, misunderstanding, physical restraint and pragmatic ruthlessness are all integral for the Family Tree continuum.

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