It was a love of the arts and working with kids that inspired Polly Burridge to volunteer for Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre Youth’s Way Out West (WOW) Kids festival while she was still in high school.
Thinking about what her dog Farnsworth would say if he could talk was the inspiration for a large scale text work Anastasia Klose has contributed to Every Dog Will Have Its Day.
With a practice grounded in Islamic decorative arts and inspired by family, space and the homeland Shireen Taweel creates intricate pierced copper pieces that tread a fine line between jewellery and sculpture.
Anyone who knows David Capra’s work knows he loves dogs and one dog, his muse and best friend Teena, in particular. Our exhibition Every Dog Will Have Its Day will feature Teena in a whole new light.
Every Dog Will Have Its Day is a playful reflection on our emotional connection with dogs by 10 contemporary artists. Co-curator Kathleen Linn tells us how it came to be.