CURIOSITY & RITUALS OF THE EVERYDAY

In addition to our 36 lead artists from Indian Ocean Rim Countries
IOTA21 presents a festival program of exhibitions and events.

Sep-Nov 2021 in Western Australia

HOME/PLACE

City of Kwinana Chisham Ave & Robbos Way, Kwinana Town Centre, Kwinana

Arif Satar, Audrey Fernandes-Satar The City of Kwinana presents HOME/PLACE, an artist-in-residence community arts and storytelling project during IOTA21. The project will result in the creation and presentation of distinctive artworks that tell Western Australian stories of identity, memory and…

Converging Currents

Wanneroo Gallery 3 Rocca Way, Wanneroo

Contemporary 84, Claire Davenhall, Fiona Gavino, Marilyn Hamilton, Courtney Hill & Valerie Shaw, Susan Hoy & Judy Rogers, Jocelyne Leath, Wendy Lugg,  Helen O'Hara, Olga Perova, Jan Rowe, West Australian Quilters Association What devides us, also connects us. Situated on…

Prue Venables – Living Treasures: Masters of Australian Art

Bunbury Regional Art Gallery 64 Wittenoom St, Bunbury

Acclaimed ceramicist Prue Venables is the ninth artist in the Australian Design Centre's series Living Treasures: Masters of Australian Craft. Prue Venables' sculptural artworks possess clarity, luminosity and a quiet beauty. The works in this exhibition explore the significance of…

Maelstrom

Nyisztor Studio 391 Canning Highway, Palmyra

Amanda Alderson, Helena Bogucki, Annette Davis, Moira Doropoulos, Susan Flavell, Lee Harrop, Catherine Higham, Eden Lennox, Bethamy Linton, Trish Little, Megan Kirwan-Ward, Leonie Ngahuia Mansbridge, Annemieke Mulders, Belinda Newick, Shereen Ricupero, Anna Sabadini, Jenny Scott, Michelle Slarke, Tania Spencer, Louise…

Makers’ Film Festival 21

WA Maritime Museum Victoria Quay, Fremantle

The Makers’ Film Festival is a new short film festival with a focus on craft–makers, making, and materials. The 24 films were selected from an open call for submissions and were chosen for their diversity of approach in both craft…

Lee Harrop: Down Under

Art Collective WA 565 Hay Street, Perth

Lee Harrop will work in the Art Collective WA gallery space to produce new work using the medium of stone, a material that represents the deep time that is our past, present, and future. The title of the work plays…

CraFtable

Bunbury Regional Art Gallery 64 Wittenoom St, Bunbury

Bunbury Studio Potters: Lesley Austin, Kerry Dinkgreve, Joanne Floyd, Jacki Hooper, Beth Ivanac, Deborah James, Jan James, Davida Palmer, Barbara Stuart, Robyn Weidenbruch. Bunbury Weavers: Jill Cooney, Robyn McCarron, Jane Morrow, Sharon Smith.  The exhibition includes two craft disciplines, ceramics…

BLUE

Geraldton Regional Art Gallery 24 Chapman Road, Geraldton

Lead Artist: Cecile Williams Developed in collaboration with Yamaji Art, the Midwest Multicultural Association and the many small, crafting groups dotted throughout the Midwest, this curated exhibition is energised and guided by a visiting lead artist to bring together the…

Act-Belong-Commit ‘Home in the Making’

Stirling Street Arts Centre Stirling Street, Bunbury

Art Allsorts, Australind Art Club, Bunbury Hand Embroidery, Bunbury Felters, Bunbury Hand and Machine Knitters, Bunbury Patchwork and Quilting, Bunbury Studio Potters, Bunbury Webster Spinners, Bunbury Weavers, Creative Textiles, Dalyellup Art Group, Fabric and Thread, Nippy Mosaics Steeped in knowledge…

We Must Get Together Some Time (CASM)

CASM: Contemporary Arts Space Mandurah 63 Ormsby Terrace, Mandurah

Nandi Chinna, Helen Coleman, Jane Donlin, Sharyn Egan, Gerorge Karpathakis, Todd Israel, Annette Nykiel, Perdita Phillips, Nien Schwarz, Michelle Slarke, Dianne Strahan We Must Get Together Some Time will exhibit a major body of new works in a self-titled multi-venue…

We Must Get Together Some Time (ManPAC)

Alcoa Mandurah Art Gallery (Mandurah Performing Arts Centre) 9 Ormsby Terrace, Mandurah

Nandi Chinna, Helen Coleman, Jane Donlin, Sharyn Egan, George Karpathakis, Todd Israel, Annette Nykiel, Perdita Phillips, Nien Schwarz, Michelle Slarke, Dianne Strahan We Must Get Together Some Time will exhibit a major body of new works in a self-titled multi-venue…