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Retracing Visual arts

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When

23 September – 18 October 2020

Open Hours:
11am to 5pm, Wednesday to Friday
11am to 4pm, Saturday and Sunday

Opening Event:
Live streamed opening celebration 6.30pm – 7pm, Thursday 24 September

We can’t invite you to an exhibition launch due to COVID-19, but join Willoughby Mayor, Councillor Gail Giles-Gidney and the artists online.

Live stream link coming soon.

Where

Art Space

Price

Free

A Willoughby City Council curated exhibition of craft and design based objects that explore Willoughby City. Accompanied by a digital exhibition tracing the objects through their artistic sources, history and hidden creative processes.

Retracing explores the influence of the local area on artists connected to Willoughby City. Presented as a craft and design based exhibition in Art Space on The Concourse, an accompanying digital exhibition traces the objects through their artistic sources, history and hidden creative processes. Each artwork is experienced through both the context of gallery presentation, and the space or creative action that informs the artwork; within the landscape, the community or the artist studio. The relationship between the static display of objects and their other life in the hands of their creators reveal artistic traces embedded within the natural and urban landscape of the Willoughby area.

This exhibition will also be extended to the Foyer Exhibition Space at Willoughby City Council, Ground Floor, 31 Victor Street, Chatswood.

ARTISTS: Sally Aplin, Reid Butler, Sarah Fitzgerald, Jane Guthleben, Pamela Leung, Denese Oates, Rhonda Pryor, Stefania Riccardi, Cathe Stack, Alma Studholme (with Brett Studholme), Joanna Williams and Sairi Yoshizawa

Image: Alma Studholme, Chasing Fibonacci No. 3 (detail), 2019, porcelain

Retracing will be open for North Shore Craft Up Late on Wednesday 14 October, 5pm – 8pm

 

A Willoughby City Council curated exhibition.
Proud to be part of Emerge and Sydney Craft Week 2020.

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