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Current Exhibitions

16 December 2016 – 12 February 2017

Opening: Thursday 15 December, 6-8pm

Gabby O'Connor, 'Mummy Bling' (2013-2016).


An unconventional jewellery showcase

Including the work of

Stephen Bradbourne, Madeleine Child, Judy Darragh, Philip Jarvis, Rowan Panther, Gabby O'Connor, Nate Savill, Emily Siddell, Jasmine Te Hira, and Ruth Woodbury

This eclectic jewellery show comes with a twist. Featuring a selection of contemporary artists and makers who are compelled to make jewellery either within their main art practice or as supplementary to it. Traditional lacemaking and weaving techniques, blacksmithing, glass blowing, ceramics, painting, assemblage and moving image are some of the methods employed in this unconventional jewellery showcase that highlights the scope of the craft and art form.

Serene Timoteo, 'You Weren't Built To Be Build Ups' (2015). Photograph by Sam Hartnet

B is for BFN

Serene Timoteo

Using various inexpensive materials sourced from local two dollar shops and the catchy slang of youth in the area, Henderson-based artist Timoteo examines the complex relationships between language and identity. Whilst contemporising and paying homage to traditional Pacific crafts, Timoteo's vibrant text works also celebrate the often misrepresented voice of today's youth.

Exhibition public programme:

Saturday Gallery Club #23: Ribbon leis with artist Serene Timoteo
Saturday 11 February, between 10:30am and 12pm

Create woven satin ribbon leis to give to someone you care about with guest tutor Serene Timoto.

Entry: Free, for kids and families, all art material provided. This is a drop in art activity, no bookings needed. In the Homestead Galleries

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