July 2019 | GOST news

July 2019
A ballerina, glomesh and a pair of scissors!

 
 

Naomi Zouwer joins GOST

We are pleased to announce Naomi Zouwer is joining GOST with her colourful small craft objects ready to adorn the walls of your home or favourite work space. From a ballerina to glomesh and a pair of scissors, there will be a little something nostalgic for everyone.

Curator Grace Blakeley-Carroll explains, " ... The same objects that belong to Zouwer and her family - most of which are small enough to fit in the palm of a hand - are depicted in different ways in different media, highlighting her versatility as an artist ...".
(Source: A Weaver of Memories: Cross-Disciplinary and Cross-Cultural Artist Naomi Zouwer)

A shoutout to our artists and what's happening in their world...
Many of our artists have been busy making works for exhibitions, entering into awards/grants or taking time out for residencies. Here is a little update on some of GOST's artists.
Marilou Chagnaud awarded an artsACT grant for a Residency at Atelier Circulaire in Montréal, Canada
Al Munro 'a studio with a view' - first year studio (where she was working) at the Royal School of Needlework, Hampton Court Palace, Surrey, UK. Her new works are now showing at CraftACT: Craft + Design Centre.
Michèle Heibel awarded for imaginative drawing at Australian Society of Miniature Art National Awards
Kylie Fogarty she may be petite in person but can certainly create large works! See her latest commission at Quest Apartments in the heart of Canberra.

Images: Top image - new works by Marilou Chagnaud; middle row: a studio with a view for Al Munro; Kylie Fogarty's works in-situ at Quest Apartments; Bottom image: Winning artwork Prayer for the Redacted by Michèle Heibel.


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Residencies,
grants & awards

7 August 2019

Only 1 spot left! (Private tuitions also available)

Understand the process and mystery surrounding how some artists are successful
and why others are not

This workshop will assist you to understand the processes involved in the selection of residencies, grants and awards. You will develop skills to find the right mechanism that suits you and your practice. Read more.


Do you have a spare 5 minutes? We’d love a  review . Thanks!

Do you have a spare 5 minutes? We’d love a review. Thanks!