28 Jul 2018 - 16 Sep 2018 | 9.00am - 4.30am
Copper features artists and designers who have explored the possibilities of this ductile metal in their creative practice, either in the development process or as the primary medium of their work. Diverse techniques in the areas of printmaking, jewellery, sculpture, ceramics, painting, glass work and sound manipulation emphasise the malleability of this pliable metal.
This exhibition shows how copper can be transformed through new technologies and traditional crafts, making it perfectly suitable for Casula Powerhouse’s Switch Gallery.
Artists: Merran Esson, David Fairbairn, Wokkijabber, Jimmy Lim, Annie McKinnon, Denese Oates, Shireen Taweel, Natasha Walsh, Susannah Williams and Warren Armstrong, and with the support of Settlement Services International (SSI) Sameer Dakhil, Bassam Jabar and Jalal Khassaf
Join us for the launch of three exhibitions Laka, Copper and 2168; Estate of Tomorrow on Saturday, 28 July (2-4pm), which will be followed by a screening of the film, Laka in the Casula Powerhouse Theatre at 4pm
Wokkijabber, Look At My Shiny Bowls, 2018. (detail) | Photo credit Hamish Ta-mé
Duration9-5pm on weekdays
Phone02 9824 1121
EXHIBITIONS: SELMA FIDA: FLOWERS SPEAK A UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE
5 Dec 2019 - 25 Jan 2020
9.00am - 4.00pm
Local artist, Selma Fida will present an immersive exhibition built from her realistic porcelain flowers, made by hand, as part of her Scholarship Prize awarded at the 21st Annual Liverpool Art Society Exhibition, 2018.