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Exhibition: Dendritica 18 November to 16 December 2018

This exhibition features works by Russell and Una Bell.

Dendritic means tree like in shape or markings. It comes from the Greek dendro meaning tree. We have interpreted this through patterns...

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2019 Lions Club Art Awards

The 2019 exhibition will open to all exhibitors and family and will be held at the Gallery on Saturday 19 January from 6pm.

The people's choice award will be announced upon closure of the...

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Exhibition: Young Artist Awards 17 August - 27 August 2018

Posted: 2nd August 2018

This exhibition features works from people aged between 10 and 25 years who live, work, volunteer, study or visit the City of Kalamunda.  Art forms submitted for this exhibition include Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Illustration, Photography, Sculpture, Mixed Media Artwork and Multimedia. 

The opening of the exhibition is scheduled for 6.00pm on 17th August 2018. Please register your interest for the exhibition opening evening at zzGallery@kalamunda.wa.gov.au

To submit works in this exhibition complete the application form. Applications close 5pm Friday, 3rd August 2018. 

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The City of Kalamunda is committed to fostering the talents and artistic pursuits of young people in the region. This commitment is supported through the presentation of the Young Artist Awards.

The aim of the Young Artist Awards is to showcase and celebrate emerging young artists through a professional exhibition at the Zig Zag Gallery in Kalamunda, connecting the community with up-and-coming young creatives.

The theme of the 2018 Young Artist Awards is Illuminate - Djoondal Djoomba. This is the same theme as this year’s WA Youth Week.

This theme has a twofold meaning. Illuminate relates to space; time; the future of young people, bringing light to young people, and shining bright, and positive mental health. Djoondal Djoomba was inspired by the 'Carers of Everything' Nyoongar Dreamtime story of country, which is about the star woman and spirits coming from darkness to light.An innovative exhibition of contemporary textile and fibre art in two and three dimensional works.

[First published: 30 June 2018]