USE

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Fri, 14 June to Sun, 21 July FREE ENTRY
Open daily 10am - 4pm
(excluding New Year's Day, Good Friday, Anzac Day, Christmas Day and Boxing Day)

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Fri, 14 June to Sun, 21 July

A contemporary object exhibition featuring selected works by members of the Jewellers and Metalsmiths Group of Australia (Queensland Chapter). Thematically focused on the concept of tools and processes to explore the conceptual breadth and layers of meaning which operate within this premise for jewellery practitioners and metalsmiths.

 

‘USE’ is a touring exhibition in partnership between Jewellers and Metalsmiths Group of Australia (Queensland Chapter) Inc. and Museums & Galleries Queensland. This project is supported by the Visions regional touring program, an Australian Government program aiming to improve access to cultural material for all Australians; the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland; the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body; Liveworm Studio; and Queensland College of Art, Griffith University.

 

Image: Andy Lowrie, Wandering Eyes, Paw, Lucky Hand and Heavy Heart (left to right), 2017. Vitreous enamel on steel, copper, paint, sterling silver, stainless steel pin. Photography by Michelle Bowden, Visuall Photography.

Exhibition Opening: Art After Dark

Fri, 21 June - 6:00 PM

Opening of current exhibitions at the Hervey Bay Regional Gallery.

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ArtCon

Sat, 22 June - 11:00 AM

Come and enjoy a personalised tour and question time with gallery staff, artists or curators regarding current exhibitions.

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Workshop: Drawing Machines

Mon, 1 July - 10:30 AM

Jeweller Helen Bird works with participants to create moving drawing devices from recycled and found materials. This workshop will involve mark-making and the re-purposing of these everyday materials to create intriguing new objects.

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Workshop: Make Your Own Museum Tag

Thu, 11 July - 10:30 AM

Jeweller Kierra-Jay Power works with participants to create their own museum tags or key chains.

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