Vinyard Art Directory – September

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Ripponlea Estate
192 Hotham Street, Elsternwick
9523 6095, general group bookings 9656 9804
www.ripponleaestate.com.au/what_s_on

Love, Desire and Riches: The Fashion of Weddings

1 July to 30 September, 10:00am to 4:00pm

An exhibition that examines the intersection between film, historic fashion and the social narratives of weddings Love, Desire and Riches will help you to discover that romance is never without drama, whether seen through great moments in literature and film or the romances of ordinary people from our own fair city.

The exhibition will also feature dresses from world famous fashion houses, such as Valentino, Maticevski and Akira, as well as rarely seen celebrity wedding gowns from Australia and abroad.

A vast collection of dresses from the 18th to 21st centuries will also be yours to enjoy.

There will be a number of Curator Talks presented at 2:00 pm on 11 and 20 September 2014. Curator Talks include admission to the exhibition, and there is an additional cost for these sessions. Bookings on 9656 9889.

 

Jewish Museum of Australia
26 Alma Road, St Kilda
8534 3600
www.jewishmuseum.com.au

Letter, Land, Lore – A visual exploration of the convergence of Jewish mysticism and Indigenous culture
3 August to 26 October

Nikki Green

Nikki Green is an Australian Jewish artist currently based in Denmark, Western Australia, one of the most bio-diverse hotspots on earth. In this new exhibition, Nikki explores the parallels between Jewish mysticism and the Indigenous Australian connection to the land. Her work combines these two seemingly disparate cultures, revealing a relationship between text, nature and spirit and the ensuing organic patterns that emerge from their intimate connections.

Nikki will also be artist-in-residence at the Museum. She will be facilitating a number of exciting visual art workshops throughout August and September. Visitors are welcome to watch Nikki working on her art and chat with her informally about her practice.

 

Association of Sculptors of Victoria
Exhibition Location: 120 Collins Street, Melbourne
0412 122 884
www.sculptorsvictoria.asn.au/exhibitions/view/annual-awards-exhibition

Annual and Awards Exhibition
25 August to 12 September, 9:00am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday

Come to the Association of Sculptors of Victoria Annual and Awards Exhibition, a showcase of works by a group of sculptors, from aspiring to professional, who share a passion for expressing their ideas in bronze, ceramic, glass, steel, wire, wood and stone. It is the climax of the exhibiting year for the members and the culmination of a year’s work.

As well as exhibiting their work, the artists are acknowledged and encouraged with various awards. A panel of judges award the prizes for emerging sculptors’ work whilst peers judge more experienced members’ work and visitors to the exhibition are invited to vote for the People’s Choice Award. All works are selected by a panel and most are for sale. The exhibition will be officially opened, and prizes awarded, by Dr. J Patrick Greene OBE, CEO Museum Victoria, on 29 August between 6:00-8:00 pm, so come along for big night or browse the works and talk to the artists during business hours.

 

Blindside Gallery
37 Swanston Street, Melbourne
9650 0093
www.blindside.org.au

Kraftwerk – Man Machine
10-27 September

At a time of such diversity of artistic practice, Kraftwerk: Man Machine brings together four Melbourne-based artists who utilise traditional craft disciplines both conventionally and unconventionally. Rejecting the perceived disconnection between thinking and making set in motion during the industrial revolution when a machine could replace the artisan, these artists think through making, exploring the role on craftsmanship within their collective practices.

Smash Your Head on the Punk Rock
10-27 September

Smash Your Head On The Punk Rock involves the deconstruction and reconstruction of various relationships between conceptualised and physical interpretations of space. Starting from the idea that folk music is the foundation of Punk Rock, these seemingly disparate entities born from the same conceptual intention, are deciphered and presented through various layered imagery positioned within abstraction.

 

The Gallery
99a Carlisle Street, St Kilda
9209 6777
www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/the_gallery.htm

Room 1 – Metro Access: Sit With Me
10 September to 8 October

An exhibition by resident artists and musicians from Queens Road Rooming House, Sacred Heart Mission, that invites visitors of all abilities to experience art through mixed media (story, music and online). This is a MetroAccess initiative and a warm welcome is extended to visitors with special needs including mental health and disabilities.

 

 

Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts
26 Acland Street, St Kilda
9534 0099
www.lindenarts.org/exhibitions/2014

Innovators 3
12 September to 12 October
Opening: 11 September, 6-8pm
Drasko Boljevic, Lucas Davidson, Janice Gobey, Roberta Joy Rich, Laura Skerlj

Linden’s Innovators series of exhibitions presents new and innovative contemporary art. The artists in Innovators 3 use video, installation, drawing and sculpture to investigate notions of identity and our place in the world.

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