What's on

What's on

A Field of Colour
Tony McGillick − A Retrospective
PUBLIC PROGRAMS
LIFE DRAWING CLASSES
Create new possibilities: Curiosity, Courage, Commitment
Join us Every Wednesday evening in the month of August 5-7pm
Led by artist Teong Eng Tan
If you have an easel and any materials, please bring them along
Free admission

Natural Dyes Workshops
Presented by Melissa Whidjaya
Thursday 9 August 10am-1pm
Friday 7 September 10am-1pm
Come away with your own naturally dyed silk scarf
Limited placements so book early
Free admission

Public lecture
Boy With A Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo: a colonial art mystery.
Presented by Robin Walsh
Wednesday 15 August 1-2pm
The provenance for this painting now in the collection of the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA) has been contested ground since it first appeared at public auction in 1984. When was it painted? Who was the artist? Who is the child in the portrait? Why is he dressed in black? What is the significance of the cockatoo?
Robin Walsh will discuss the range of possibilities and suggest some surprising interpretive solutions.
Free admission

In Conversation Panel
Friday 24 August 1-2pm
A discussion about Tony McGillick’s practice spanning four decades from different angles and perspectives
Meredith Brice, Rhonda Davis, Leonard Janiszewski, Paul McGillick and Andrew Simpson
other speakers to be confirmed
Free admission

Curator’s talk
A guided tour of the exhibition
Wednesday 5 September at 1-2pm
Free admission

Artist’s talk Meredith Brice
Wednesday 15 August 1-2pm
Free admission

Children’s Workshop’s
Exhibition tour and creative activity
Placements available each Wednesday morning 10am-midday
Bookings essential
Free admission

Registration: rhonda.davis@mq.edu.au 
Enquiries: (02) 9850 7437

FIND OUT MORE 
Macquarie University Art Gallery 
Building E11A, 19 Eastern Road 
Macquarie University, NSW 2109 Australia 
artgallery.mq.edu.au 
Opening hours: Monday–Friday 10am–5pm

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