YMCA HQ is proud to present Josh Harper’s first solo exhibition. Line, shape and form merge across vibrant layers as Josh explores his passion for all things automotive. Featuring sculptural works by WA Artist, and Josh’s art tutor; Adam Hisham Ismail.
Opening night Friday 14th of July, 6pm – 8pm.
Nonalcoholic beverages and light refreshments provided.
YMCA HQ Leederville, 60a Frame Court, Leederville, WA 6007
Exhibition runs from the 14.07.1 7 t o 28.07.1 7
Open 9am to 5pm
Monday to Friday
Entries are now open for the 2017 As We Are Art Award!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for entry forms and further information.
Entry forms due 7th July, don’t miss out on this fabulous opportunity!
Greg Barr – The King of the Hearts
Naturally gifted Noongar artist, Greg Barr is busy preparing for his first solo exhibition, “The King of the Hearts” at the Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery this June.
“Greg has been a practicing artist since 2009 and has been working towards his goal of having his first solo exhibition for the last 18 months. He is very proud when creating each of his works, knowing it is for his exhibition, and is really looking forward to sharing them with his family and friends. As well as selling some! Greg is a very good salesman!” says Susie Waller, Greg’s art partner.
Winners of the 2016 As We Are Art Award were recently announced at the exhibition opening. For those that missed the opening night here they are:
Entries for the 2016 As We Are Art Award are now open!
The annual As We Are Art Award is a state-wide art award and exhibition open to all Western Australian artists who have an intellectual disability (aged 18+). Read more…
Featuring hand-made art products from a selection of As We Are artists including:
As We Are invites you to attend our 6th annual Disability and the Arts Forum:
Artist Product Lines: Expanding Your Art Practice, Income and Audience
While exhibiting your artwork in exhibitions and galleries is an integral component of being a successful artist, developing and selling an art product line is another significant way to expand your creative practice as well as your income and audience.
As We Are in partnership with the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and the City of Nedlands presented the third annual exhibition of rousing artworks from Western Australian artists who have an intellectual disability – ‘cathARTic’. This inspiring exhibition featured artworks from 23 artists including the award winners, judges’ high commendation recipients and outstanding entrants of the 2015 As We Are Art Award: Read more…