Belly Exhibition & First Public Viewing of the new WTS

Watch This Space warmly welcomes you to the first exhibition opening and public viewing of our new building at 8 Gap Rd.

Please join us in celebrating this new chapter in Watch This Space history!

OPENING NIGHT & CELEBRATION
6pm Friday 14th July

ARTIST TALK / OPEN PANNEL DISCUSSION
11:30am-12:30pm Saturday 15th July

Belly
A group exhiition
Curated by Zoya Godoroja-Prieckaerts

An exhibition featuring new work created in response to the word “belly” from the perspective of women.

‘Belly’ showcases works from a range of artists: NT and interstate, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal, from 3 years old to 60-something. While not all artists have made work in relation to feminism, the exhibition’s rational is grounded in a feminist framework, creating a platform to centre the voices and experience of women, among other feminist concerns.

Exhibiting artists include:
Madeline Bishop
Margaret Boko
Claire Capel-Stanley
Julie Clyne
Theia Connell
Stephanie Day
Lisa Twomey
Gwen Gillen
Zoya Godoroja-Prieckaerts
Lorrayne Gorey
Melissa Hunt
Clare Jackson
Stephanie Limbiari
Tessa Millerick
Aoife Milson
Elliat Rich
Golda Rich
Beth Sometimes
Doris Kngwarraye Stuart

As another platform to support women and social issues, the opening will stock drinks by the socially-conscious brewery, Sparrke:
http://www.sparkke.com/sparkke-homepage

We look forward to seeing you at this exciting event!

Exhibition continues until Saturday 29th July

categories:
Artwork images by Stephanie Day (top) and Madeline Bishop (bottom)
When:
1429 July 2017
Time:
6pm – 9pm
Where:
Watch This Space - 8 Gap Rd