2023 Exhibitions

Un/seen

Opening night Thursday May 4, 5.30pm.
The Whitebox Gallery

Queensland College of Art
Griffith University, Southbank, Brisbane.

Exhibition runs from May 4 – May 15, 2023

Un/seen is a Queensland College of Art student exhibition showcasing work from the current Masters cohort. Featuring 28 emerging and previously exhibited artists, this exhibition includes a diverse range of artistic practices: storybooks, photography, sculpture, ceramics, surrealism, drawing and landscape, to list a few.

Themes such as cultural and environmental preservation, the interior and exterior human condition and psychological states, the mythical and spiritual worlds are explored through many unique creative practices.

Compressed into a 10 x 10 metre cube, Un/seen culminates a spatial as well as visual experience, and spectators are encouraged to move around through the display as they are drawn between things seen and unseen.

Country and Landscapes Exhibition

Stevens Street Gallery
2 Stevens Street Yandina

Feature Artist Fiona Cuthbert O’Meara

Opening night Friday May 12, 2023. 5.30 – 7.30pm

This group exhibition features a diverse range of contemporary landscape artists to explore the concept of country and what that means to their practice.

Mediums including painting, drawing and ceramics will celebrate this diverse and beautiful region of the Sunshine Coast/ Kabi Kabi Country.

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Intermediate Ceramics & Wheel Throwing

Prerequisites required; Ceramic Glazing 101 & Wheel Throw workshop must be completed.

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When you purchase a ticket, you acknowledge and agree that:

  • Cancellations made with more than 7 working days in advance of the event start date will receive a full refund. Cancellations made with less than 7 working days to the training start date will not be eligible for a refund of any kind. Class sizes are kept small to optimise your experience and we ask that you are clear about your dates please. Due to small class sizes and the specialised equipment required, we cannot offer make-up sessions if any classes are missed within your workshop timeframe.
  • You may transfer your registration to another one of our scheduled Workshops in the same calendar year (pending availability) any time before 7 working days of the event; you will not be entitled to a refund for the difference.

Next Steps

Once you’ve secured your spot, in addition to your tax receipt, you’ll receive an email from Fiona acknowledging your registration.

If you haven’t received the confirmation email within a couple of hours of your purchase, please check your junk mail.

Fiona will be in contact a week before classes start to provide you with instructions and what to bring.