[Wall]flower is a group exhibition presented by Geelong Art Space featuring local regional artists and makers together with those from further afield.
The exhibition features works that push the boundaries of contemporary art and craft practices by highlighting and bringing them together; bringing them to the forefront in a contemporary context so that they are no-longer considered as ‘wallflowers’.
Exhibiting artists and makers include: Di Ellis, Deborah McHugh, Ema Shin, Katherine Marmaras (curator), Mary-Ellen Belleville and Miranda Brett.
Geelong Art Space is an independent eclectic art space promoting emerging makers of contemporary craft and art from Geelong, Melbourne, and beyond. The space is situated in the heart of Geelong’s cultural precinct and housed in a heritage building, dating back to 1915, established as one of the first florists in Geelong.
[Wall]flower can be viewed online, via our website, and is open to the public for visits in person at 89 Ryrie Street Geelong (subject to covid-19 restrictions).
A festival exploring how craft is evolving in the 21st century
1 - 31 October 2021