Search results for: September 2013

Melbourne Now countdown – day 66

un Magazine has been published in Melbourne since 2004, making it the longest running art magazine in the city. At the time it was founded by artist Lily Hibberd there were no other local publications covering the wealth of independent, …  More

Melbourne Now countdown – day 67

For curators, one of the most interesting parts of our jobs is working with contemporary artists, because of the opportunity it provides to talk about art and ideas. In the preparation for Melbourne Now, curators all over the NGV (and …  More

Melbourne now countdown – day 68

The multidisciplinary artist Andrew Hazewinkel will be exhibiting a new installation of works in Melbourne Now. Three large-scale prints depicting the backs of the heads of archaic and classical sculptures are positioned together giving the appearance of looking out together …  More

Melbourne Now countdown – day 69

The NGV Women’s Association is proud to present Melbourne in a Moment, a half-day seminar featuring six of the artists included in Melbourne Now.  To be held at NGV International on 18 September, the morning will provide a foretaste of …  More

Melbourne Now Countdown – day 70

Wired for Melbourne Sound opens 28 September, an exhibition that will see NGV Studio transformed into a recording space where a new EP will be recorded by a ‘super group’ of Melbourne musicians. The EP produced will feature in Melbourne …  More

Melbourne Now countdown – day 71

In the lead up to Melbourne Now, a number of artists are making new works that engage with the NGV Collection. Arlo Mountford is one such artist who has been working closely with curators, cataloguers and registration staff, undertaking research …  More

Melbourne Now countdown – day 72

I decided to pursue weaving as an art form after a weaving experience I had at Selling Yarns 2, Canberra 2009. I had the honour of learning a twist/coiling technique with Aunty Roslyn Malngumba, a Liya-Dhalinymirr elder from Marparu. I …  More