Exhibitions

 

Current Exhibitions

Wilma Simmons Leaves of Distinction

Opening  6pm - 8pm 18 September until 12 October 2014


Giselle Penn: Source

Opening 6pm - 8pm 23 October until 16 November 2014


Judy Hooworth: New Works

Opening 6pm - 8pm 20 November until 14 December 2014


Past Exhibitions

2011

Opening Exhibition: Revealed: uncovering the beauty of fibre art. An introduction to a range of fibre artists.

25 August 2011 - 18 September 2011.

Exhibitors have been chosen from amongst the celebrated artists on the international, national and regional fibre scene including

Judy Hooworth; Polly Stirling; Sachiko Kotaka; Sylvia Watt; John Parkes; Jan Clark; Barbara Osmond;  Bronwyn Grieve; Gail McCall; Gina Mastio; Giselle Penn;  Joan Guttormsen; Judi Nikoleski; Mary Hedges; Myfanwy Stirling; Wendy Scott; Wendy Townsend; Wilma Simmons;  Anne Kempton. 


Gina Mastio: Dancing lightly from France to Australia.

22 September 2011 - 16 October 2011


Jan Clark: Unnoticed World.

20 October 2011 - 13 November 2011


Wendy Scott: Rainbow Journey.

17 November 2011 - 11 December 2011


2012


Julie Ryder: Alchemic Transformations

19 January - 6 February 2012


Sylvia Watt  Camouflage 

16 February- 4 March 2012


Wise Women celebrating International Woman's day - Wilma Simmons

8 - 25 March 2012 


Anne Leon- visual narratives of capricious nature

29 March 2012- 15 April 2012


Bronwyn Greive A Textile Odyssey

19 April 2012 - 13 May 2012


Judy Hooworth - Living in the Landscape

17 May 2012 - 10 June 2012


Lisa Wiseman- Spectrum

11 June 2012 - 19 June 2012


Susan Fell Mclean- Multiplicity: Resist and Palimpsests

19 June 2012 - 15 July 2012


Jan Clark- Wildflowering

19 July 2012 - 12 August 2012


Meredith Woolnough Ethereal Threads

16 August 2012- 9 September 2012


Friendship exhibition- Maria Rofe, Sue Shute & Gail Stahmer

 27 September until 14 October 2012


Pam Hovel- Poetry in Fibres

18 October 2012  until 11 November 2012


Lorraine Parker- Textile Artistry  

 15 November until 9 December 2012


2013


NCEATA exhibition: Unique Stitching

3 - 19 January 2013


Tracey Deep: Dreaming

 31 January until 17 February 2013


Nicola Henley: flights of discovery

 21 February until 17 March 2013


John Parkes: a needle pulling thread...

 21 March  until 14 April 2013


Gina Ermer & Kristin Vournelis: Indelible Narratives

18 April  until 12 May 2013


 Fibre Artists Network 'Self & Landscape'

 13 May 2013 unitl 20 May 2013


Glenys Mann: expanding the possibilities

 23 May until 16 June 2013


Kerrie-Anne Riles: stand back

 20 June 2013 until 14 July 2013


Twenty Ten: Diversity

including Cathy Jack-CouplandSharyn HutchensLouise HumphriesLizette CampbellAnnette Moylan, Paula Trigg, Lorraine Falshaw and Val Tomlins.

18 July until 11 August 2013


Gina Mastioenclothed in ecology

15 August until 15 September 2013


Lois Parish Evans: Coastal Colours

19 September  until 13 October 2013


Sylvia Watt: the ties that bind

17 October until 10 November 2013


Judi Nikoleski: connections 

 14 November until 1 December 2013


2104

NCEATA exhibition: Layered

 2nd January 2014 until 19 January 2014


Ahn Wells: On Paper

 23 January until 16 February 2014


Flora Friedmann, Glenese Keavney & Meri Peach: Small Mercies

20 February until 16 March 2014


 Kerr Grabowski: Wearable Narratives

 20 March until 13 April 2014


Jan Clark: Immanence

17 April until 11 May 2014


Fiona Wright: Stitch- a -thon

4- 11 May 2014


Meredith & Rae Woolnough: Akin

 22 May until 15 June 2014


Brett Alexander Recent Work: Textile, Paper & Material Studies

19 June until 13 July 2014


Omila Bir: sea of silk

14-22 July 2014


Liz Williamson re: weaving

 24 July  until 17 August 2014


Look what we have created 3rd birthday celebration

17-18 August 2014


Flower.8

21 August until 14 September 2014


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