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Kat Coppock – Feathers – Format

Kat Coppock is a visual artist and curator is part of the new exhibition which will be taking place in the new year at Format Gallery Space (9th January until February 10, 2013). She comes into the studio to talk about Feathers an exhibition with 25 artists, 25 metres of chicken wire, wooden doweling, feathers and a whole lot of yarn…

Melissa Juhanson – From A Sunday Too Far Away – Flinders Gallery

The South Australian Film Corporation is celebrating it’s 40th anniversary. The exhibition explores some Australia’s most iconic films, such as Breaker Morant, Storm Boy and Sunday Too Far Away.

The SA Film Corporation’s Film Archive Collection forms the basis of this exhibition curated by Melissa Juhanson. She spoke to Cath Kenneally via telephone about the exhibition.

Art Auction – Russell Starke – Greenhill Galleries

Greenhill Galleries held their first ever art auction on Sunday October 28th. Russell Starke, director of Greenhill Galleries spoke to Cath Kenneally about this momentous occasion.

You can find out more details about Greenhill Galleries’ artists at their website.

Fragments – Ula Blocksage – Reading Room

Ula Blockage spoke to Jennie Lenman about her new exhibition Fragments which is open at the Reading Room on Hindley Street.

Fragments is open until October 17.

other voices/altre voci – Lee Salomone – aeaf

Lee Salomone tells Cath Kenneally all about his unique exhibition. Cath begins by setting the scene of the gallery and what you see as you enter the exhibtion.

other voices/altre voci continues at the aeaf till 25th October (check web site for details)

http://aeaf.org.au/exhibitions/17_salomone.html

Ladyscape, Exhibition @ Adelaides’ Reading Room

September 8th 2012

Angelica Harris-Faull and Kat Clarke are holding their first exhibition ‘Ladyscape’ at Adelaides’ Reading Room. Riding a rollercoaster of emotion from excitement to relaxation that accompanies an exhibition, Angelica and Kat finished hanging their works and had a chat with Radio Adelaide’s Nikki Marcel.

Ladyscape is open until 21st September at the Reading Room, 153 Hindley Street, 2-7pm Monday to Saturday