Events Calendar

  • 8 Feb

    Unfinished Business / Re-Create : EXHIBITION, FREE, INSTALLATION

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    An exhibition showcasing sustainable art practice by two community groups:

    Unfinished Business by Textile Art Community 

    In last few months of 2017, Textile Art Community collected all manner of unfinished art and craft projects, and unused materials donated by people around Banyule, then documented their stories, and invited artists and makers to pick a project to transform into a finished artwork. Come and see the process and results of this wonderful initiative and join in a few crafting workshops with Textile Art Community!

    Re-Create by Victorian Woodworkers Association

    The Victorian Woodworkers Association return to Hatch with an exhibition of furniture and fine woodworking.  All the pieces in this exhibition have been created from waste materials – wood that has been rescued or found, and upcycled into beautiful, useful objects. 

    Opening Night: Wednsday 7 Februry 2018, 6pm - 8pm
    Exhibtion runs until 3 March 2018

    Hatch Contemporary Arts Space
    14 Ivanhoe Parade
    Ivanhoe VIC 3079

  • 24 Feb

    Professional Development Workshop - Making Ephemeral Art : WORKSHOP, FREE

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    (Image: Dust to Dust (2017) by Jessie Stanley)

    Making Ephemeral Art

    The first in a series of professional development workshops in 2018 for artists and creatives in Banyule.

    This workshop looks at the process of creating high-impact, deliverable, short-term public art.
    Where, when, why and with whom might you create work within the public realm - and what principles are crucial regardless of  scale or budget? If you're interested in including active interpretation of public spaces into your practice this workshop is for you.

    Facilitator: Fiona Hillary (Lecturer, Master of Arts - Art in Public Space RMIT)

    Saturday 24 February
    10.30am - 12.30pm

    Hatch Contemporary Arts Space
    14 Ivanhoe Parade
    Ivanhoe VIC 3079

    Free event but bookings are essential as places are limited.