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Mar 08 - May 19
Looking For Paradise looks into past and present policies that different governments instigated to help or deny entry to people in need of a ‘Safe Heaven’.
Feb 11 - May 30
After two years of closure, the newly redeveloped ACMI is opening with their first solo art exhibition, Darling Darling by Gabriella Hirst.
Jun 04 - 27
A playful encounter with the Kyneton Museum collection, engaging with history and its gaps, as part performance, part exhibition. Created by cross disciplinary artists and Metanoia Theatre, the work is an immersive choose-your-own journey through col
May 07 - Jul 01
This year Nillumbik Shire Council celebrates the 17th anniversary of the Nillumbik Prize for Contemporary Art
Apr 15 - 23
Apr 15 - 24
Gathered from private collectors, this exhibition surveys Tim Johnson's early works from 1969-1998.
Apr 13 - 24
Apr 12 - 24
The exciting new Moreton Bay Region Art Prize builds on the strong foundation of the Moreton Bay Region Art Awards, to support and celebrate local artists. The exhibition of finalists will be held at
Apr 01 - 25
'Rumination.' Six photographic artists respond to, and reflect on the impact of COVID-19
Apr 15 - 26
Apr 06 - 26
"Fragile Beauty, Rich and Rare" Fine Art Photographic Exhibition by Pamela Pauline
Apr 01 - 26
An exhibition by emerging artist Emily-Rose Wills in response to not having a defined "home"
Small, intimate colourfield works by Catherine D'Orazio
Feb 26 - Apr 26
The Image is not Nothing (Concrete Archives) is a group exhibition that explores the ways in which acts of nuclear trauma, Indigenous genocide and cultural erasure have been memorialised by artists an
Apr 10 - 30
'Of Faces and Figures' is a solo exhibition by Helen Edwards exploring the universal nuances of expression and body language.
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