EXHIBITION: Thursday 17th May | 6-9pm in the DOWNSTAIRS gallery
The exhibition titled Enduring will pay homage to the Jugglers Arts Space with both audio and moving image based projections and static digitally manipulated images exploring the field of experimental photography. The contrasting exhibition spaces provided by Jugglers have been venues for ground roots artistic access over the last 16 years. Jugglers has been an inspirational launch pad for local, national and international artists. Kelvin Grove State College is proud to create a reflective exhibition to mark this enduring legacy.
Where science and art cross paths is where John Davis began his journey as a multimedia artist. Davis cut his path, trekking the life of a scientist working in his own energy efficiency business, to capturing the treasure of emotion in the smallest of details with “Cut Art” portraits - precisely cut layers of cardboard inspired by a photo.
CRT Designs is a visual artist based on the Gold Coast. Inspired by the Melbourne laneway graffiti, renaissance religious icons, and the busy energy of her birthplace Sydney. CRT pushes boundaries and breaks the rules.
Jugglers Art Space will be taken over by a range of colourful and emotive artworks that explore a number of muses from the inside out. The collection aims to unite people from across the globe, from different backgrounds and beliefs and to offer you the opportunity to empathize, understand and connect.
"You are reading her story.She is seeing it through your eyes.You watch her expressing herself, she sees you being you, you are she, and she is you.
You are reading her story from your face. You are a part of her story and you can influence and change her dynamic. Now it is not just her story, it is your story."
ugglers will celebrate 15 years with a BIG party on Saturday the 9th of December. There will be old and new faces as we look forward and back to foundation builders and pioneers.
Ray Pollock is an award winning local artist who’s style has been described as ‘abstract expressionism’ with the use of ‘action and drip’ techniques.
It takes several days or even weeks, for Ray to complete each painting. He uses colour and movement to depict his mood and will return to the piece intermittently to capture his changing emotional state on the canvas. Ray uses his art as a way to communicate his thoughts, in place of spoken words.
As well as private sales, Ray’s art has also been commissioned for use in marketing materials and greeting cards.
A group exhibition where each artist will express themselves through their personal creative language and artistic medium (ceramic, paper, fabric, artwork, performance, acrylic, sculptures, etc.) The focus of this exhibition will be the artworks and life of the famous artist Pablo Picasso! The night will include live performances and music!
Theresa Darmody repurposes traditional craft techniques and imagery in her art practice. In this series, She Made It, the usually meditative practice of knitting starts to come undone and go in unexpected directions. Unravelling, destroying, salvaging, mending and making.