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This exhibition is proudly presented by The Mark Howlett Foundation. Guest curator: Andrew Gaynor
The Mark Howlett Foundation (MHF) touring exhibition will showcase a selection of exquisite artworks produced by 13 reputable Western Australian artists over a 20 year period. The artists involved are Penny Bovell, Mary Dudin, Galliano Fardin, Susan Flavell, George Haynes, Giles Hohnen, Bevan Honey, Jeremy Kirwan-Ward, Theo Koning, Eveline Kotai, Jane Martin, Trevor Richards and Trevor Vickers.
Smarter than Smoking ARTIST ON THE MOVE - School talks - Friday 10th May 2013
ART ON THE MOVE touring Exhibition. More information about ART ON THE MOVE please click link
Front cover - Trevor Richards Control Paradox 2011 silk screen on Magnani Incisioni paper 350gsm 50 x 70cm (paper size)
Gallery Image 1 - Eveline Kotai 3x3x3: 1999 silkscreen on Arches Platine, ed. of 37 38 x 38cm Chaos
Gallery Image 2 - Giles Hohnen Harvest Road 1994 lino cut on DHM 11 Kozo Misumi, ed.of 50 42 x 59cm, Harvest Road #1
Gallery Image 3 - Jeremy Kirwan Ward Untilted 2011 silk screen on Magnani Incisioni Paper 350gsm  50 x 70cm (paper size)Read More
A showcase of culturally significant visual arts by contemporary Nyungar artists.
The Mungah Festival is a traditional indigenous event, that focuses on the bringing together of peoples to celebrate the rich indigenous Nyungar culture of Western Australia.
Official festival opening & award presentation: Saturday 8 June at 6pm
Special event: NAIDOC Flag raising ceremony on Monday 8 July at 11.30am
Front cover - Sandra Hill, Just How Aboriginal Are You?Read More
Australia's best-known video artists, David Rosetzky. Beautiful twenty-something's drift through a fashion-magazine paradise, while, on the soundtrack, a series of voiceovers offer another story-one of doubts, missed signals, moments of blankness and misunderstanding. Working the gap between advertised lives and real ones, between fashion's alluring images and the mixed feelings we have about them, Rosetzky hints that the gorgeous visuals are a dreamed version of lives that may in fact be 'nothing like this'.
No official opening for this Exhibition.Read More
The Peel Regional Youth Art Perspectives 2013
The Peel Regional Youth Art Perspectives exhibition will be exhibited in the Alcoa Mandurah Art Gallery at the MPAC. This showcase will feature selected student artworks from years 10, 11 and 12.providing an invaluable opportunity for the young artists in our region.
The Visual Arts Education With-in the Community project
The Visual Arts Education With-in the Community project will offer students the opportunity to participate in workshops by local professional artists. Artworks created from the Visual Arts Education With-in the Community project will be exhibited as part of the Peel Regional Youth Art Perspectives exhibition 2013.
John Tonkin College
Mandurah Catholic College
Pinjarra Senior High School
Frederick Irwin Anglican School
Halls Head Community College
Waroona District High School
Coodanup Community College
Mandurah Baptist College
Austin Cove Baptist College
Foundation Christian College