Jess Bradford is a finalist in the Ramsay Art Prize 2019 at the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 25 May – 25 August 2019.
Photo: Nat Rogers
Nana Ohnesorge’s solo exhibition ‘No Picnic at Ngannelong’ at the Art Gallery of Ballarat draws from her recent series Magical Mystery, based on the films Picnic at Hanging Rock and Jedda. In ‘No Picnic at Ngannelong’, Ohnesorge presents Joan Lindsay, author of the 1967 novel Picnic at Hanging Rock, as the creator of a myth which has perpetuated through time and continues to draw visitors to the distinctive geological formation. 20 April – 4 August 2019.
Kylie Banyard is in ‘The National 2019: New Australian Art’, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. The National presents the latest ideas and forms in contemporary Australian art, curated across three of Sydney’s premier cultural institutions: the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Carriageworks and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. A 6-year initiative over 3 editions in 2017, 2019 and 2021, the curatorial vision for the exhibition represents a mix of emerging, mid-career and established artists drawn from around the country and Australian artists practising overseas. 29 March – 23 June 2019.
Photo: Jacquie Manning
Ron Adams’ work camouflage (Red/Yellow) will be projected onto the William Jolly Bridge, Brisbane, 24 – 28 January 2019, in celebration of the Brisbane Domain Day-Night Test: Australia versus Sri Lanka.
Nancy Constandelia has been awarded a Studio Scholarship, by the Art Gallery of NSW, with an artist residency at the Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris, France, for July-August 2019. Constandelia was also awarded the NAVA NSW Artists’ Grant towards this residency.