Threads: Second Edition showcases works by embroidery artists from around Australia who are who are expanding, and perhaps challenging, preconceptions of the craft of embroidery.
Featuring works by Angela Hernández, Angie O'Connell, Cassandra King, Cathy Speed, Clare Carledge, Ellen Taylor, Jemma Cakebread Jill Ffrench, Jordan Smart, Kate Allen, Keira Hudson, Kelcie Bryant-Duguid, Kiaya Byrne, Lou Wei, Mali Robinson, Marley Myles, Nina Frigault, Rachel Richards, Simpson Myers, Sophie Shingles, Sujora Conrad.
The 6th Biennial Petite Miniature Textile exhibition showcases the best small textile artworks from around the nation.
This exhibition continues to grow in popularity with artists from around the country participating in this project and displaying contemporary textiles no larger than 30x30x30cm.
A diverse array of techniques and themes explore everything from colour, texture, decoration to social, political and environmental issues, propelling textiles into the realm of the visual arts.
Presented by Brunswick Street Gallery, Threads, highlights the diversity of contemporary embroidery practice. Featuring works by 22 artists, this exhibition aims expand, and challenge, common preconceptions of the craft of embroidery.
Image: Meredith Woolnough, Ginkgo Study #1, 2017, embroidery thread and pins on paper, 23x23cm.
Opening night - Saturday 16th December 5pm
On until Thursday 21st December.
Group exhibition Brunswick Street Gallery
Exhibition opening: 17 November, 6–9pm.
This group exhibition spans a range of subjects and mediums, connected by each artist's response to the concept of empathy.
Artists include: April JY Kim, Frances Cannon, Alice Fennessy, Annalise Mayer, Kathy Sarpi, Nadia Insolia, Laura Owsianka, Hilary Green, Marley Myles and Camille Thomas