Kaspar Schmidt Mumm, IMMI The Sharman (detail). Image courtesy of the artist

Autumn Agenda

We might be heading into the cooler months, but that hasn't slowed down our Creative Practitioners and Spaces. See what they're up to in May...

ART WORKS Artist in Resident | Kaspar Schmidt Mumm

Kaspar Schmidt Mumm is a current Artist in Residence at the Minor Works Building for ART WORKS. During this time, Kaspar is continuing his quest to develop a language for global citizens, with the residency acting as a forum for the extension of an already established work IMMI. You are invited to drop in at the Minor Works Building any Thursday or Friday throughout May (except for 10 and 11).

Fleurieu Art Prize Finalists

Congratulations to Fran Callen, Adele Dubarry, Dana Kinter, Ellie Noir, Laura Wills and Tom Phillips who have been selected as finalists for the 2018 Fleurieu Art Prize. Their works will be shown alongside the other finalists in the Fleurieu Biennale exhibition, which will run from 16 June to 22 July at the Fleurieu Arthouse and Stump Hill in McLaren Vale and at the Signal Point Gallery in Goolwa.

UMBRA | Steven Cybulka

Now showing at Sydney’s Galerie pompom, Steven Cybulka’s solo exhibition UMBRA explores the tensions between order and chaos and the influence of the shadow self on our physical, mental and emotional states, both consciously and unconsciously.

Exhibition runs 2 May – 27 May.

Converge | Robert Habel

Robert Habel’s paintings are on show alongside work from JamFactory’s Ceramics Studio Associates in Converge presented by Worth Gallery and Fisher Jeffries.

Exhibition runs 4 May – 28 June.

Thinking Outside | JamFactory

Matt Pearson and Max Hunt are showcasing their work in JamFactory’s group exhibition Thinking Outside at their Seppeltsfield gallery. This exhibition brings the outside in, presenting a collection of Australian furniture, ceramics and textiles.

Exhibition runs 5 May – 9 June

Sauerbier House Resident | Laura Wills

Laura Wills is the inaugural Sauerbier House resident linked to the Resilient South Climate Change partnership. During her April-June residency, she’s collaborating with the Sustainability Team at Onkaparinga Council, using mapping data such as urban heat mapping, flood mapping and 3D coastal modelling. Laura is using this data to explore ideas of ritual, travel and mapping to create new drawing and site-specific installation works.

FUSE Glass Prize Finalists

Congratulations to Jessica Loughlin and Tom Moore who are both finalists in the Established Artist Category of the 2018 FUSE Glass Prize. The winner will be announced this month, with an exhibition of the finalist’s work at the JamFactory.

Exhibition runs 18 May – 8 July

The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize | Michelle Driver

Congratulations Michelle Driver of Three Fold Designs who has been selected as a finalist for The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize for her tapestry Windows No. 3 – Self Portrait.

Winners of the open and emerging artist category will be announced 7 June with The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize exhibition running from 8 June to 5 August at the South Australian Museum.


Images (top to bottom): Kaspar Schmidt Mumm, Artist in Residence, ART WORKS in situ. Photographer Emmaline Zanelli; Steven Cybulka, UMBRA Series #6, 2018; Hunt Furniture, HS650 stool, 2016, Photographer Max Hunt; Michelle Driver, Windows No. 3 – Self Portrait, 2016, Photographer Michelle Driver



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