2 - 24 July
3% | Dennis Mortimer, Mandy Ord, Jodi Ohm Zutt
An exhibition by three artists working in a variety of media; Mandy Ord, Jodie Ohm Zutt and Dennis Mortimer who attended Canberra School of Art during the early 1990s. The exhibition title ‘3%’ refers to a statement made by the Art School director Dr David Williams from his welcome to 1st-year students’ speech.
‘…five years after graduating, only 3% of graduates will have an art practice & only 1% of the 3% will be living wholly off their art practice.’
Image : Jodie Ohm Zutt, a soldier Drawing, 2019
pastel on paper, 100 x 70cm
Dreams of another place | Todd Fuller
For ten years, Sydney based Todd Fuller has been crafting hand-drawn animations exploring themes of love, loss, place, community, and difference. These award winning works are narrative based and are derived from Fuller’s experiences with a range of communities, sites, and histories.
'Dreams of another place' presents the story of 'Little Star', a dog who dreamed of going into space as well as other materials relating to Fuller’s animation practice.
Image: Todd Fuller, little star animation still 2, 2015
charcoal, chalk, ink and acrylic on paper 56 x 89cm
3 – 25 September
T[Each] | Sueanne Matthews and Bradley Santos
T[Each] acknowledges the diversity of practice of local high school visual arts teachers, Sueanne Matthews and Bradley Santos.
The conceptual premise for this exhibition is demonstrating the range of skills and expertise a visual arts teacher brings to the development of young people’s learning, whilst maintaining their own individual practice.
Artwork by Bradley Santos