Justin Hinder in Project 16: The Agency of Things

Held in February each year, the Project exhibition series at Anna Pappas Gallery has become a stand out event of the Melbourne art scene. Project 16: The Agency of Things brings together a selection of artists working across a variety of mediums. And this year, Justin Hinder, who is part of Next Wave 2016’s Emerging Curators’ Program is […]

Group Show & Kudos Gallery Reopening

Alumni Brown Council, Michaela Gleave and Giselle Stanborough join Katthy Cavaliere, Beth Dillon, Amala Groom, The Kingpins, Claudia Nicholson, and Julie Vulcan in Taken to Task. Curated by NW alumni Dara Gill, Taken to Task celebrates the work of female artists and collectives whose work deals with performative and task orientated processes, documented through video. The exhibition traces a […]

Alumni for DEATH | LIFE

Alumni Michaela Gleave and Tully Arnot join a group of artists for Anna Pappas Gallery’s annual Project exhibition, this year entitled DEATH | LIFE. Responding to a provocation from curator Sebastian Goldspink, the artists examine themes of loss, memory, joy and rebirth over a variety of different practices. Designed to promote artists that push boundaries, DEATH | LIFE […]

Alumni for Experimenta: RECHARGE

RECHARGE is Experimenta’s 6th International Biennial of Media Art, taking over the RMIT Gallery on Swanston St, shining a light on contemporary artists using contemporary tools, whose work is consciously inspired by the past. The exhibition presents works from more than 15 acclaimed Australian and international artists, including 2010 alumna Michaela Gleave. The works on show […]

NW Art Fair Picks

Tis the season when the Melbourne gallery scene explodes into the various shapes and colours of the Melbourne Art Fair, taking up shop once again at the Royal Exhibition Building from 11 – 17 August. There’s a huge stack of alumni involved in various programs, and we’ve got the lowdown on whose doing what, where. The main  MAF […]

Michaela Gleave at Fremantle Arts Centre

Using natural phenomena and tricks of perception, alumna Michaela Gleave builds temporal atmospheric installations that disorientate our relationship to space, matter and time. Based on a research residency with the CSIRO’s Astronomy and Space Science Division, Gleave presents A Day is Longer Than a Year at the Fremantle Arts Centre, her first solo exhibition in WA. […]

Michaela Gleave at Pier 2/3

NW alumna Michaela Gleave presents I Love Todd Sampson, a multi-disciplinary theatre work integrating architecture, installation art, light, music, film and performance at the historic Pier 2/3 in Walsh Bay, Sydney. After an aborted suicide attempt, a middle aged woman searches for new comfort by immersing herself in the life of Todd Sampson (CEO of […]