Monday, 22 May 2017

Exhibitions and events


NEVER BE LATE FOR A PARADE: An exhibition of book illustrations by Shaun Tan - on now


16 May - June 15, Parkes Library, Parkes (regional NSW).
This exhibition features a collection of limited edition prints from best-known picture books including The Arrival, The Red Tree, The Lost Thing and the Singing Bones. More about this here: http://artsoutwest.org.au/australian-illustrators-on-exhibit/


LOST THING IN TOWNSVILLE - on now

Currently the terrific exhibition put together by ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image) about the development of the short film The Lost Thing, is on show at the Perc Tucker gallery in Townsville, the eleventh and final stop on its national tour. The exhibition will close there on the 2nd July. More about it here.


MELBOURNE WRITERS FESTIVAL - August

I’m appearing in the #mwfschools program this year on a panel, dicussing art and the perils of teenage-hood. It's at ACMI, Monday August 28, goes for about 45 minutes. You can view the general program here mwf.com.au/schools. There is usually a book signing table with other authors after every event so you are welcome to meet me here if even you don't attend the event.


RADIUS - November

Later this year I will have another exhibition of small oil paintings in the artist-run Brunswick gallery Tinning Street Presents. Following on from previous shows 'Little Brunswick' and 'Every Place is the Same Place', this exhibition will feature 100 scenes restricted to landscapes found within a short walking radius of the gallery itself, observing all things which might normally escape notice: lanes, footpaths, clouds, chairs, kitchen sinks, train station pedestrians etc. 

The show runs from November 6 - 26. Tinning Street Presents is located in the middles of Ilhan Lane, close to Anstey Train station, and the intersection of Albion St and Sydney Rd in Brunswick. More info about the show, plus examples, as November approaches.


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  1. Thanks for sharing this blog post. That is so nice of you to share the details of the events that are going on around and upcoming.

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