CURIOSITY & RITUALS OF THE EVERYDAY

In addition to the international exhibition at Fremantle Arts Centre and John Curtin Gallery,
a festival program of exhibitions and events is presented by craft artists, galleries, art spaces and craft groups in support of the IOTA21 themes.

From Sep-Nov 2021 in Western Australia.

Oblivion

Bunbury Regional Art Gallery 64 Wittenoom St, Bunbury, Western Australia

Ruth Halbert, Elisa Markes-Young, Katharina Meister 'Oblivion’ is a word heavy with meaning and the threat thereof is central to the contemporary mindset. Further to the migrant experience and fears of pending ecological and societal collapse, our complex digital lives…

Nalda Searles – Finders Keepers

Mundaring Arts Centre 7190 Great Eastern Highway, Mundaring, Western Australia

Curated by Sandra Murray Nalda Searles is one of Western Australia's most highly respected sculptors. She has exhibited widely nationally and internationally in a 40-year career. This pivotal exhibition embraces both previous and new works, drawing together a captivating representation…

HOME/PLACE

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

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…

In Situ

Holmes à Court Gallery @ No.10 10 Douglas Street, West Perth, Western Australia

Shivani Aggarwal, Sujora Conrad, Nien Schwarz, Holly Story, Warburton Story Wire Artists In Situ is a group exhibition featuring contemporary artists who each fold craft into their practice. The artists address the Triennial’s themes of votive, family/utility, shelter and adornment…

HOLD

Midland Junction Arts Centre 276 Great Eastern Hwy, Midland, Western Australia

Gemma Ben-Ary, Siân Boucherd, Leanne Bray, Kate Campbell Pope, Mikaela Castledine, Merle Davis, Fiona Gavino, Dawn Gamblen, Megan Juresa, Maxxi Minaxi May, Jan Mullen, Stella Picciotto Winn, Tania Spencer, Liliana Stafford,  Martien Van Zuilen, Katrina Virgona,  Louise Wells, Anne Williams,…

Carriers of Culture

Mossenson Galleries 115 Hay St, Subiaco, Western Australia

Namiyal Bopirri, Lorrain Connelly Northey, Robyn Djunginy, Daisy Nadjungdanga, Maria Ware, Utopia Artists Women have long been regarded as important carriers of tradition, history, and culture in their communities. This is particularly so in First Nations communities where women are…

MAGNIFICATION – Nidia Hansen

Wireless Hill Museum 1 Telefunken Drive, Ardross, Western Australia

The exhibition/residency Magnification, by Perth artist Nidia Hansen investigates the 40-hectare site known as Yagan Mia / Wireless Hill. Through the lens of scientific applications such as taxonomy and magnification, Nidia’s work examines Biomimicry, metamorphosis, evolution, and communication. Utilising organic…

CURIOSITY AND RITUALS OF EVERYDAY

John Curtin Gallery Building 200A, Curtin University, Kent Street, Bentley, Western Australia

The John Curtin Gallery is delighted to co-present the central international exhibition with Fremantle Arts Centre for this new festival of contemporary craft, IOTA21: Curiosity and Rituals of the Everyday. The artists in the inaugural Indian Ocean Craft Triennial are…

Free Entry

WAFTA ‘After Bloom’ Kings Park Wildflower Festival 2021

Yorkas Nyinning Gallery Pioneer Womens' Memorial, Forrest Drive, Kings Park, Western Australia

Julia Andrijasevich, Kerrie Argent, Joy Cicchini, Annette Davis, Julie Devereaux, Nicole Francois, Philomena Hali, Penny Jewell, Trudi Pollard, Rowan Rovere, Pip Rundle, Alla Salem, Tania Spencer, Linda Stokes, Jane Stone, Julie Sutton, Joyce Tasma, Pauline White, Anne Williams After Bloom…

Thinking in 3D

Painted Tree Gallery LOT 178 Muirillup Road, Northcliffe, Western Australia

Sculptor, Mikaela Castledine, will facilitate 4 workshops in 4 communities within the Southern Forests' and Valley’s region. Participants will learn the unique crochet techniques Castledine has mastered that allow her to create robust sculptural forms suitable for interior and exterior…

Prue Venables – Living Treasures: Masters of Australian Art

Bunbury Regional Art Gallery 64 Wittenoom St, Bunbury, Western Australia

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…