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2020

8 March 

An exhibition of drone and DSLR photographs of the Kimberley by Ivor Barnard

“Having been fascinated by the Ragged Ranges ever having since seen Richard Green’s photos, I have made several trips to the area over the last 5 or so years, approaching it by road, on foot and by helicopter.  About 80 km south of Kununurra, WA, in the eastern Kimberly, the range is not easily accessed, and there is precious little water.  The photos in this exhibition are the results of a trip made in winter 2019, exploring whether drone photography could provide teh aerial perspectives I was seeking”  Ivor Barnard

 

16 February

FIXED IN TIME Returns to The Corner Gallery

Showcasing various analogue, monochrome, photographic printing techniques using various image capture and printing techniques they have been  mastered over long careers.

The exhibition is a joint undertaking by four accomplished Australian photographers, each making images using different techniques:

Platinum palladium prints  |  Bob Kersey

Wet-plate works  |   Adrian Cook

Silver gelatine photographsTony Egan

Digital ink-jet prints  |  Philip Bell

26 January

AUSTRALIA DAY LIVE 2020

Sydney Opera House Forecourt and Circular Quay

Photographs Thérèse O’Leary &  Luisa Fernanda Marmolejo Mendoza

Aussie music icons Vanessa Amorosi, John Williamson, The Original Seekers, Eurovision star Isaiah Firebrace, along with rockers Eskimo Joe, singing star Christine Anu, 2019 The Voice winner Diana Rouvas, opera supremo Daniel Belle, talented Indigenous vocal group KARI and world-renowned didgeridoo player William Barton will move the crowd with their epic ballads, including patriotic and unifying songs such as ‘I Am Australian’. Artists will be accompanied by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.

19 January

DODECALIS LUMINARIUM

Wander through the otherworldly interior of the Dodecalis Luminarium bathed in the radiant colours of daylight shining through its translucent fabric.  Architects of Air create enormous air-filled domes and mazes inspired by natural forms, geometric solids, and Islamic and Gothic architecture.  Designers Alan and Meko Parkinson’s creation expands on the geometry of a dodecahedron, with three jaw-dropping Dodecadomes joined by a web of tunnels, awash in intense, neon-bright natural light. 

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