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DEATH BE KIND is a eighteen month project by artists Claire Lambe and Elvis Richardson. Along with interns Dani Hakim, Jade Bitar, Jess Kelly, Ellie Robinson and videoographer Paul Rodgers.
DEATH BE KIND is a project designed to research and exhibit contemporary art and collections that engage with the subject of death. Exhibitions so far in our program have explored the aesthetics of horror, the afterlife, the memorial and the museum display of collections.
Death is a certainty in all our lives; as soon as we are born we are capable of dying. DEATH BE KIND collects together ideas about memories and fears, acceptance and hope to explore the relationships between art and death.
Brunswick Arts Space is an artist-run initiative, set up and run by a group of six emerging, young artists.
Our aim is to provide an affordable and appropriate location and creative community for artists to develop projects, exhibit work and build relationships with peers and the wider community.
Artworld.tv is an online-only fine art gallery, to view and purchase the work of Australian contemporary artists.
All photography of art work across the site is produced in-house by Kreisler Photography, to ensure the highest standards of reproduction.
Tinning street is now accepting proposals for exhibitions and events for 2012. The first half of the year is filling up fast.
The story of Illustrators Australia involved a lot more work from its founding members, but was born from the need to develop a collective that could work together to protect the rights of individual illustrators against exploitation by employers.
Originally conceived by Faye Plamka who put the call out to fellow illustrators in 1989, Illustrators Australia developed from discussions about mutual problems faced by illustrators. After much hard work figuring out the legalities of forming an association and establishing a code of conduct, IA was enthusiastically launched to the illustration community.
Since that time, IA has grown and developed in many ways. But one way we haven’t changed is that we have always been run by illustrators, for the benefit of illustrators. If you are interested in becoming part of the Illustrators Australia community why not join now.
The Counihan Gallery In Brunswick is Council’s public art gallery and has a focus on presenting contemporary art exhibitions.
The gallery aims to promote and inspire innovation and diversity in the visual arts through its annual program of exhibitions. It also endeavours to encourage discussion and debate about new ideas and issues in contemporary art and culture through the public program of floor talks, forums and workshops.
The Gallery opened in 1999 and is named in honour of the Australian artist and activist Noel Counihan.