Chris Alex and Annika July 03


Two wonderful exhibitions, Un-resettling James Tylor and  The Waves + Controls Rooms Chris Bennie, opened at Photoaccess last night and because it was Photoaccess we left the photography to Director Jan Falsone who has done a brilliant job … although that is scarcely surprising ! CCAS’s David Broker opened the exhibitions since he has known Chris for yonks, […]

Dave and Shellaine July 02


Third show ever at CCAS City and right now, its the lovely (and much photographed) Shellaine Godbold. You can always rely on Shellaine to pull an enthusiastic crowd and last night was no exception. She has very attractive friends but we are not here to gossip. In this exhibition of gorgeous watercolours with pencil on paper […]

Greg and Jock May 31


Before we begin: here is an eagerly awaited pic of Clare and Greg with brand new (much photographed already) baby May who came over Friday arvo for a preview of the show. As the evening came to a reluctant close the photos became increasingly blurred and that means one thing … a  great opening! CCAS was packed […]

tumblr_mvg2tj6crH1syvfvao2_500 May 25


Time travel coming to CCAS members soon ….

#freethearts Canberra 1 May 25


Unless you have been living under the proverbial rock you will have heard by now that the 2015-16 Federal Budget has had a significant (negative) impact on the Australia Council. This is not so much about cuts but rather about moving funds in other directions such as the transfer of $104.7 million from the Australia Council, […]

Annika May 21


The is a hint of the outsider in Annika Harding’s Damn which opened at CCAS City last night. Neither over stated or contrived Annika’s works are most notable for their sincerity and simplicity. She is very able to make an her political/environmental point without pretension or fanfare and this is her strength … concise comments about […]

Llewellyn McGarry May 15


Llewellyn McGarry’s practice has been concerned with the way that human relationships define and shape one’s idea of her identity and this can sometimes mean a preoccupation with “others”, family, friends and colleagues for example. Chatting with Llewellyn last night she mentioned that this current exhibition is more about her, focussing on the body as a shell for […]


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