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[Past Event] Everything Standing Up Alive

En

6 – 30 June
Opening Night – Thursday 6 June, 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Monday – Saturday, 8am – 11pm,
Sunday, 3pm – 9pm

Dónde

Galería de la calle St Heliers

Coste

Gratis

Datos de contacto

Correo electrónico

En

6 – 30 June
Opening Night – Thursday 6 June, 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Monday – Saturday, 8am – 11pm,
Sunday, 3pm – 9pm

Dónde

Galería de la calle St Heliers

Coste

Gratis

Datos de contacto

Correo electrónico

Feeling the aliveness of the world, we create from the inside out. Shapes, colours, atmospheres – they come out through our hands onto the page, into a form. These are inner visions. The inside of a place and the inside of us – collaborating.

It’s a mysterious thing, this making process, but simple too; don’t get in the way. Just be open to the process. Be surprised by what you see. Sometimes, it’s ugly. Sometimes it’s beautiful. The feeling of a place is always there.

These dreamscapes carry stories that we want to share. Do you remember how to dream with places? Places can visit you in your dreams. We are new to remembering this. Art can be a way to remember, to connect.

 

Opening event

Come along, view the works, and meet the artists while enjoying some light refreshments and catering from Kiosco de Cam

Thursday 6 June
5.30pm — 7.30pm

 

About the artists

Dr Kirsten Moegerlein is a designer, researcher and artist, living outside of Castlemaine, on Djaara Country.

Caroline Buisson was born in France and lives on Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung country by the Merri creek. She is an engaged citizen, dreamer, lover and mother of daughters.

Rachel Thomson is an artist, auntie, advisor, and activist living near the Birrarung (Yarra) river in Melbourne.

 

Accesibilidad

St Heliers Street Gallery is accesible en silla de ruedas. Gendered toilets are available within the Convent Building. Accessible and gender-neutral toilets are available at other locations within the Abbotsford Convent precinct.