PPP19 Winners & Official Opening

2020-08-07T15:58:27+10:00

(Photos: Nguyen Dang. Joel Wolter with Theo Mantalvanos) Congratulations After a brilliant official opening for the PPP19 yesterday it is with QG&W's great pleasure to be able to announce the PPP19 winners. Geelong Gallery director, Jason Smith and master printer, Bill Young faced the very difficult task of selecting

PPP19 Winners & Official Opening2020-08-07T15:58:27+10:00

Geelong Gallery QG&W Award Winner, Marion Crawford

2020-08-07T20:33:51+10:00

(Image: Theo & Soula Mantalvanos with QG&W Award Winner, Marian Crawford. Photographer, Hails & Shine) Celebrations for Australian printmakers began Thursday evening at the Geelong Gallery Acquisitive Print Award (GGAPA). Congratulations to GGAPA winners Teho Ropeyarn (winner of the Geelong acquisitive print award $5,000), and Brian Robinson

Geelong Gallery QG&W Award Winner, Marion Crawford2020-08-07T20:33:51+10:00

QG&W RMIT Open Bite Graduate Award Recipient Adam Wilkinson

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Together with RMIT, it is our great honour to have established the annual QG&W RMIT Graduate Award and this year it was Adam Wilkinson who won the award and joined us for a week. Adam received: five days private access to the print workshop at QG&W use of the press,

QG&W RMIT Open Bite Graduate Award Recipient Adam Wilkinson2020-08-07T15:58:29+10:00

Alcestis Reading

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Speaking to this year’s annual print exchange theme of “historia”, last night we heard Greek Australian playwright Kat Moritz‘ premier reading of her latest play, Alcestis – an adaptation of Euripides’ play. Alcestis is the culmination of Kat’s recent trip to New York where she worked intensively with international

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Michael Leunig & Jim Pavlidis in conversation May 2019

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It was an exceptional evening of conversation listening to two of Australia's most prominent illustrator's, Jim Pavlidis and Michael Leunig. Election eve heated up the discussion adding to the work stories of the two colleagues from their couple of decades at The Age. Then into art speak and

Michael Leunig & Jim Pavlidis in conversation May 20192020-08-07T15:58:29+10:00

PROBUS: Streeton Prints Presentation

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Theo recently had the opportunity to present the story of Streeton Prints to an impeccable group of gentlemen of the Mens Probus Club of Point Lonsdale and Queenscliff. The story – still unheard by many locals was received with great interest especially as it was presented by Theo who posthumously

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Tiwi Artists’ Visit

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QG&W directors, JACA mangers and the Tiwi artists, Pauletta Kerinaua, Pedro Wonaeamirri and Timothy Cook were thrilled to finally be able to meet and celebrate the Tiwi Jilamara exhibition. The gallery and JACA could not have made this opportunity possible without the GoFundMe contributions from some very special people

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Jilamara Artists Consigned to QG&W

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Established in 1989 JACA is owned and governed by Tiwi artists from Milikapiti community on Melville Island. Jilamara artists are nationally and internationally renowned for their unique, traditional Tiwi style. They produce contemporary works based on ceremonial body painting designs, clan totems and Tiwi creation stories.

Jilamara Artists Consigned to QG&W2020-11-28T11:53:42+11:00

A new collaboration with Oakdene Estate

2020-08-07T15:59:28+10:00

We couldn’t be more excited! Oakdene is not only known for their exemplary wines – as described by James Halliday, but the estate is also recognised for its offering of cellar door, fine dining restaurant, cafe and accommodation all among a very unique and whimsical environment. Owners Elizabeth and Bernard Hooley first purchased Oakdene in 2001 as a neglected cattle

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Venice

2020-03-22T14:11:56+11:00

It was truly amazing, inspiring, restorative and satisfying on both creative and personal levels. Here's a teeny glimpse of our mammoth two weeks in Venice Images: View from the rooftop of the new shopping centre, Doge's Palace ceiling, Doge's Palace fresco Paradiso Guariento di Apro, Scuola Internazionale di Grafica, MUVE Klein Welten VI

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Sweeping Landscapes at Whitehorse Artspace

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It is QG&W's great honour that the posthumous prints of Sir Arthur Streeton will form part of the Sweeping Landscapes exhibition at Whitehorse Artspace next month. Whitehorse Art Collection acquired Wheat Sheaves during the Streeton Prints exhibition in 2017. The full set of posthumous prints will sit with a drawing of Streeton

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QG&W Geelong Gallery Print Award recipient, Peter Garnick

2020-03-22T14:12:58+11:00

In August last year, the Geelong Gallery inaugural QG&W Print Award residency was awarded to Peter Garnick for his work, Elements. A multi-panel etching which pays homage to the fundamental role of women in ensuring the survival of our species. The award prize gave Peter five days access to QG&W's print

QG&W Geelong Gallery Print Award recipient, Peter Garnick2020-03-22T14:12:58+11:00

From Velvety Depths – The Opening

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A fantastic opening celebration for Graeme Peebles' survey exhibition, From Velvety Depths. Huge thanks to all who attended and especially Gordon Craig, curator Rockhampton Art Gallery Queensland and great friend of Graeme's who official opened the exhibition. Most appropriate for Gordon to do the honours after having written a

From Velvety Depths – The Opening2020-08-07T15:59:29+10:00

Low Light Winter Festival Queenscliff

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Four Weekends in Queenscliff June 22-24 | June 29-July 1 | July 6-8 | July 13-15 As Winter enters its darkest weeks, Queenscliff launches the inaugural Low Light Festival, bringing the finest international and local arts and culinary talents in a month-long celebration of all the senses. Queenscliff was, for many

Low Light Winter Festival Queenscliff2020-08-07T15:59:29+10:00

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