Angela Tay & Cass Samms: Microcosm
The verdant North Coast of New South Wales is closely examined by the artists to express the vibrancy and vitality of this environment in different mediums. Exhibitions 27 August - 12 October 2014
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2014 JADA official opening Friday 17 October 2014
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Short term project
Aboriginal Curators are invited to submit expressions of interest, to curate an exhibition by Indigenous artists who reside in Bundjalung, Gumbaingirr and Yaegl country responding to the J W Lindt photographs of Aboriginal peoples from the Clarence Valley.
Thursday 18 September 2014
Cass Samms and Angela Tay will present a talk on the process and inspiration which drives their work for their latest exhibition 'Microcosm'. Artist Nicholas Kachel will talk about David Tuckers work in his exhibition ‘Black Cockatoo Variations'. Entry $10 includes complimentary drink and nibbles Student’s entry by gold coin donation
Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 October
Peruse the Gallery 's Collection
The Collection Online project was made possible through the generous support of Arts NSW and Clarence Valley Council.
The search for identity.
The Lindt research project commenced in 2010. Nola Mackey, who is the Clarence Valley's best known historian and genealogist has been working with the Lindt Research Group searching for a direct link between the Aboriginal people in the photographs and people living today.