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Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize 2013
13 Sept - 26 Oct 2014
Galleries 1 & 2

The Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize is the richest art incentive on offer for Aboriginal artists born in or living in New South Wales.

The exhibition features works by 35 finalists communicating a rich set of themes from both the traditional and natural world to more contemporary social and political issues.

The winner of the 2013 award was Lismore-based Karla Dickens, with her work, January 26, Day of Mourning.

The exhibition also contains work by other Northern Rivers-based artists including: Lorraine Brown, Penny Evans, Albert ‘Digby’ Moran and Bevan Skinner.

Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize 2013 is a Campbelltown Arts Centre travelling exhibition. The tour of this exhibition is made possible by Campbelltown City Council and, Arts NSW.

Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize 2013 is a Campbelltown Arts Centre travelling exhibition.

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Parliament of New South Wales Aboriginal Art Prize is produced and presented through a partnership between the Parliament of New South Wales, Campbelltown City Council, New South Wales Government through Arts NSW, Coal & Allied and the College of Fine Arts, University of NSW.

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Raimond de Weerdt :: Silent Speech

Raimond de Weerdt :: Silent Speech

1 Nov - 14 Dec 2014
Gallery 3 & Screen Gallery

Raimond de Weerdt subverts the notion that photography captures reality and is therefore a measure of truth

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Lismore 2074: Imagining  Lismore 60 years Hence

Lismore 2074: Imagining Lismore 60 years Hence

1 Nov - 14 Dec 2014
Galleries 1 & 2

A participatory project, led by Duke Albada in which the community were asked: “How do you imagine Lismore in 2074?”

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Resistant Obsolescence

Resistant Obsolescence

20 Dec 2014 - 31 Jan 2015
Galleries 1 & 2

Resistant Obsolescence is a partnership between Lismore Regional Gallery, RealArtWorks and Tralala Blip – the latter 2 being creative collectives for differently abled artists.

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I wish my house had legs :: Vitor Dos Santos

I wish my house had legs :: Vitor Dos Santos

20 Dec 2014 - 31 Jan 2015
Gallery Upstairs

Vitor Dos Santos explores painting as an analytical exercise of finding personal motifs and imagery, and exploring form, colour and the medium of pain

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Journeying :: Lloyd Rees

Journeying :: Lloyd Rees

8 Feb - 30 Mar 2014
Galleries 1 & 2

This exhibition will cover 70 years of the artist's practice in over 40 works

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The AB-sorption Method: Penny Evans

The AB-sorption Method: Penny Evans

This exhibition of works on paper and film by Penny Evans refers to the artist's Indigenous (Kamilaroi/Gomeroi) heritage and is a reconstruction of her family identity subsequent to assimilationist policies in NSW

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living things

living things

5 Apr - 25 May 2014
Galleries 1, 2, Vicki Fayle & Screen

Curated by Wes Hill, this exhibition centres on two artists whose practices centre's on the staging of chance encounters with found materials

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Big Garden: Jan Davis

Big Garden: Jan Davis

31 May - 13 July 2014
Vicki Fayle Gallery

Big Garden, an exhibition in the Lismore Regional Gallery’s sixtieth anniversary year, uses installation to articulate a relationship with place

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Close to Home: Cec Bown

Close to Home: Cec Bown

5 Apr - 25 May 2014
Gallery Upstairs

Cecil Bown's imagery increasingly stems from how the camera’s lens brings a particular perspective on the world, drawing out the aesthetic qualities in landscape

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DUO

DUO

31 May- 13 July 2014
Galleries 1 & 2

In 2014 Lismore Regional gallery ran Duo: Learning the ropes a program that presented 5 young people with unique one-on-one sessions with a professional artist as a mentoring and creative exchange that culminated into an exhibition of the artworks created during the program.

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Sense of self ... through the eyes of Jarjums

Sense of self ... through the eyes of Jarjums

31 May - 13 July
Gallery Upstairs

Jarjum Centre Preschool Lismore has accelerated the art program and engaged artists, Digby Moran and Penny Evans, to teach children at Jarjum. Some of the resulting works will be shown in this exhibition

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Protest Songs: Artful Actions

Protest Songs: Artful Actions

19 July - 6 Sept 2014
Galleries 1, 2, Vicki Fayle & Screen

Protest Songs includes artists and activists who use art or creative means to give visibility to issues

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ANNIQUE GOLDENBERG :: LIVING WATER: the river hid

ANNIQUE GOLDENBERG :: LIVING WATER: the river hid

19 July - 6 Sept 2014
Gallery Upstairs

As inspiration for her latest exhibition, Annique Goldenberg spent many hours kayaking along the Wilson River and Leycester Creek.

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The Three Brothers Art Project

The Three Brothers Art Project

13 Sept - 26 Oct 2014
Gallery Upstairs

On May 22nd 2014, selected Bundjalung students from the six local public primary schools and Roy Gordon came together at Albert Park Public School to produce a series of paintings based on The Three Brothers Dreaming story

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Rahima Jackson ::  It's my house, but you can't come in

Rahima Jackson :: It's my house, but you can't come in

1 Nov - 14 Dec 2014
Gallery Upstairs

An exhibition which investigates individual perceptions of the conscious experience. Rahima Jackson was winner of the 2013 Lismore Regional Gallery Graduate Award

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