Saturday, 8 September, 2018 to Sunday, 9 December, 2018
Featuring an exemplar selection of recent quilts from the Dubbo Patchwork and Quilters Group, Hand Made Tales explores the continued practice of quilt making in the Dubbo region today. The works featured present both an ode to and departure from tradition and the historical standing of quilts as utilitarian objects, repositioning these highly technical pieces within the realm of 'high art'.
Saturday, 3 November, 2018 to Sunday, 10 March, 2019
Armistice Day, Sydney, 1918, Australian War Memorial, H11563
As the world emerged from the horrors the war, it realised that something had fundamentally changed. Sprawling Empires and powerful families had vanished, replaced by a new breed of young, energetic and world-aware citizens. The world had become Modern. This WPCC curated exhibition examines the great upheavals that followed 1918 and shows that the entire modern age is a memorial to the Great War.
Saturday, 15 December, 2018 to Sunday, 10 February, 2019
Cecily Walter, Wave, 2018, Merino Wool and Silk Waste. Image courtesy of the artist.
The Twisted Sisters, Cecily Walters and Toni Morrison, recreate the spirit of the universe in wool. Employing modern techniques to one of the oldest fabrics they construct energetic three dimensional pods and sculptures that bring together the vastness of the solar system to the earthy familiarity of our natural world.
Saturday, 15 December, 2018 to Sunday, 3 March, 2019
Xanthe Fadell, Cross- Modal Euphoria, 2017, oil on canvas
Dubbo and Wellington's senior students display their HSC works. The voice of youth is always iconoclastic, hopeful and searching - this year's collection of works will no doubt showcase the concerns and sharp intellect of todays young people.