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Supporting artists with intellectual disabilities through our studio and gallery, promoting their work and advocating for their inclusion in contemporary art practice.

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Now showing at OUR COLLINGWOOD YARDS GALLERY

2 x 2: KATE KNIGHT & Simon Paredes

5 – 27 November 2022

Arts Project Australia presents two concurrent solo exhibitions by APA artists Kate Knight & Simon Paredes.

Kate Knight is a painter, ceramicist and print-maker whose work shows a keen eye for the ornate, often focusing on repeated motifs, while Simon Paredes works in coloured pencil on paper, utilising bold, simplified forms and choice of subject matter features architecture, domestic objects, and retro pop culture products.

now showing

Satellite Arts Virtual Exhibition is the first exhibition to present a survey of all participants in the Satellite Arts program at Arts Project Australia.

The Satellite Arts program is an online extension of the Arts Project studio environment, where artists can meet, interact, explore ideas, engage with one another’s projects, and receive feedback for their work. The exhibition, like the program itself, will take place online in a virtual gallery space.

Emily Dober 2021, Merry Widow, gouache on paper, 32 x 24.5cm

 

Coming soon to OUR COLLINGWOOD YARDS GALLERY

ANNUAL GALA 2022

10 December 2022

APA’s Annual Gala and exhibition is a celebration of the achievement and diverse work of our studio and satellite artists, acknowledging their unique contribution to contemporary art.

Over 200 artworks spanning painting, photography, drawing, printmaking, ceramics and sculpture will be on display and available to purchase. Also available will be calendars, cards and merchandise.

Held at APA’s Collingwood Yards gallery, artwork sales will commence at 3pm 10 December 2022 in conjunction with an end of year artist party and celebration in the courtyard.

 

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SATELLITE ARTS

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Satellite Arts supports participants in developing their art practice by offering the opportunity to join an online creative community. The program gives artists access to professional mentorship and assistance from a highly qualified team of staff artists and the chance to create, discuss, and explore art in a supportive group environment. 

The content is tailored to each artist’s personal working preferences, with the option to join both individual and group sessions on Zoom. Satellite Arts operates on a sessional basis each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday with artists attending according to their level of interest or other commitments. Satellite Arts artists also have the opportunity to explore, develop and expand their art practice through a range of disciplines, with an optional materials kit available for purchase.