St Kilda Cool
24 April to 15 May 2017
Please join the artist at The Gallery, St Kilda Town Hall
Opening Event: Thursday 27 April 2017, 6-8pm
Meet the artist: Wednesday 26 April 10am to 5pm
Hours: Monday to Friday
8.30am to 5pm
99a Carlisle Street St Kilda
TALKBACK @ A.I.R GALLERY, NEW YORK
155 Plymouth Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Wednesday – Sunday, 12 – 6PM
Subway F to York Street, A/C to High Street, 2/3 to Clark Street.
TALKBACK @ FRANKSTON ART CENTRE
26 February – 27 March 2016
Opening 26th February, 6pm – 9pm as part of
the Ventana Fiesta 2016
Frankston Art Centre
25- 37 Davey St, Frankston, Victoria
Phone: ( 03 ) 97841896
Hours: Mon – Friday 9am – 5pm, Sat 10am to 4pm
13 October to 2 December
Fremantle Prison Gallery
Opening: Saturday 13th October 2 – 5pm.
This multidisciplinary exhibition is the result of collaboration between artist Tania Ferrier, photographer James Kerr, Indigenous film maker Glen Stasiuk and local Aboriginal families who have shared their personal histories, particularly where these have intersected with the criminal justice system, including Fremantle Prison. The exhibition provides a platform for their voices and offers the public a way of engaging with a place and a history seen from their perspective.
This project was sponsored by Fremantle Art Centre AIR program 2011.
Catalogue essays provided by Jim Morrison and Lily Hibberd.
A forum talk in the gallery space, with invited guest speakers, will take place on Saturday 24 November, from 2 to 5pm.
The Quod Project
Click here to visit the Quod web site
This exhibition was first held at the Heathcote Gallery in Applecross, Western Australia, between 21 January – 27 February 2011.
Tania Ferrier acknowledges Heathcote Museum
& Gallery & The City of Melville for the use of
poster/invite & photographs of the gallery on this website.
NOVEMBER 2011: THE QUOD PROJECT @ BRAG Bunbury Regional Art Gallery
DECEMBER 2011: THE QUAD PROJECT Paintings @ ROTTNEST SALT STORES, ROTTNEST ISLAND, WA
JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2012: THE QUOD PROJECT @ GRAG Geraldton Regional Art Gallery
2011 Arts residencies in remote aboriginal communities