Canberra’s arts diary from April 8

Grant Hill’s Stringy Bark Street (detail) from the Thoroughly Modern exhibition at CCAS Gorman Arts Centre. Photo: SuppliedArts diary – April 8

What’s on in Canberra’s art scene


ANCA Gallery: Animal, Vegetable, Mineral. A solo exhibition by local artist Rosalind Lemoh exploring the transformative interchange between humans, animals, plants and minerals. Until April 24. Open Wednesday to Sunday, noon-5pm. 1 Rosevear Place, Dickson. See: anca.net备案老域名.

Belconnen Arts Centre: Beauty and Belonging. An exploration of blue and white decorative ceramics from Turkey and Morocco. Uncertain Journeys. Euan Graham examines forced migration and the journey of many to Australia by boat. Strathnairn artBAC. Members of Strathnairn Arts present works in a diverse range of media. All until April 25. Open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am-4pm. 118 Emu Bank, Belconnen. See: belconnenartscentre老域名出售备案老域名.

Bungendore Fine Art:Australia, its Beauty. Realistic and abstract depictions of Australian scenery. Also on display, more than 150 paintings by the eight artists who operate the gallery. Until April 28. Open daily, 10am-4.30pm. 42b Ellendon Street, Bungendore. See: bungendorefineart老域名出售备案老域名.

CCAS Gorman Arts Centre:  Over & Over. A series of pencil drawings by artist Clare Thackway mimicking the craft of knitting, a metaphor for the complex threads that weave human relationships. Until Saturday. Thoroughly Modern. An exhibition examining the effect of rising house prices and urban planning on the ‘Great Australian Dream’. Until May 7. Open Tuesday to Friday 11am-5pm, Saturday 10am-4pm. Gorman Arts Centre, 55 Ainslie Avenue, Braddon. See: ccas老域名出售备案老域名.

Form Studio and Gallery: Friends and Acquaintances. A colourful solo exhibition by artist Steve Roper. Until Sunday. Open Monday to Friday 9.30am-2.30pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm. 1/30 Aurora Avenue, Queanbeyan. See: formstudioandgallery老域名出售备案老域名.

[email protected]: The Youth of Tomorrow. A multimedia exhibition focusing on the future. Presented by participants of the BCS Bungee Youth Resilience program. Until April 15. Open Monday to Friday, 9am-4.30pm. Belconnen Community Centre, Swanson Court, Belconnen. Ph: 6264 0200.

M16 Artspace: The Lost Plans. Painter Yanni Pounartzis presents his interpretation of the Griffins’ original plans for the capital. Perceptions, Connections. Artists who work as volunteer guides at the National Gallery respond to works in the NGA’s collection. Attitudes. An investigation of the human form in action. All until Sunday. Open Wednesday to Sunday, noon-5pm. 21 Blaxland Crescent, Griffith. Ph: 6295 9438 or see: m16artspace老域名出售备案老域名.

Nancy Sever Gallery: Riedelbauch | Amesbury | George. An exhibition displaying the works of three contemporary artists who explore the possibilities of various mediums and materials, including digital technologies, traditional metal techniques, ceramics and glass. Until May 1. Open Wednesday to Sunday, 11am-6pm. 4/6 Kennedy Street, Kingston. See: nancysevergallery老域名出售备案老域名.

Nishi Gallery: Lake Eyre Horizons. Local artist Carmel McCrow exhibits a body of work from her trip to Lake Eyre in 2015 to document aerial views of the receding lake waters, leaving the red algae and saltpans exposed. Until April 24. Open Wednesday to Sunday, 11am-3pm. New Acton Precinct, cnr of Edinburgh Ave and Marcus Clarke Street, New Acton. See: newacton老域名出售备案老域名

PhotoAccess: Right Hear, Right Now. A multimedia exhibition creating a sensory experience that provides understanding of what it is like to live with hearing loss. Until April 24. Open Tuesday to Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday and Sunday noon-4pm. Manuka Arts Centre, corner of Manuka Circle and New South Wales Crescent, Griffith. Ph: 6295 7810 or see: photoaccess.org备案老域名.

Queanbeyan Art Society:  Queanbeyan Leagues Club Art Exhibition. A selection of artworks in a variety of media submitted by members of the Queanbeyan Leagues Club. Until April 23. Open daily, Monday 10am-noon, Tuesday and Wednesday 10am-2pm, Thursday 10.30am-2.30pm, Friday 10am-noon, Saturday 10am-1pm, Sunday 10am-1.30pm. 6 Trinculo Place Queanbeyan, next to the Riverbank Café. See: qarts老域名出售备案老域名 or ph: 0439 392 709.


ANU School of Music: Vista Needle. The brainchild of award-winning Australian musicians Daniel Susnjar and Steve Barry, this collaboration explores and re-composes the music of 20th century composers Hindemith, Bartok and Federico Mompou. Tickets $15 on the door. 8pm, Wednesday, April 13. Big Band Room, ANU School of Music. Ph: 6125 5730.

Art Song Canberra: Northern Lights. Mezzo-soprano Christina Wilson and pianist Alan Hicks present a program of music from lands illuminated by the Aurora Borealis. Tickets $35, full-time students $15. Includes complimentary program and light refreshments  Sunday. 3pm. Wesley Music Centre, 20 National Circuit, Forrest. Ph: 6286 7373 or see:

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