Programs

The Collections Project

Zoe Kirkwood, The Schomburgk Yabbies, 2016, installation view Gallery 15 of the Melrose Wing of European Art at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Photograph Grant Hancock.

The Collections Project is a collaborative project between Guildhouse, the Botanic Gardens of South Australia, Flinders University Art Museum and the Art Gallery of South Australia, with previous project partners including the Adelaide City Council and the South Australian Museum. This unique project provides artists the opportunity to research an area of one of the institution’s collections and develop new work for exhibition. Championing the art and artists of our time while celebrating our cultural, historic and scientific heritage, The Collections Project has the demonstrated ability to provide new audience experiences while delivering long-term benefits to the artistic and career development of participating artists.

 

2018

Honor Freeman – Art Gallery of South Australia
Heidi Kenyon – Botanic Gardens of South Australia
Gail Hocking – Flinders University Art Museum

2017

Michelle Kelly – Botanic Gardens of South Australia
Fran Callen – Flinders University Art Museum

2016

Kate Kurucz – Art Gallery of South Australia
Zoe Kirkwood – Art Gallery of South Australia

2015

Jason Sims – Art Gallery of South Australia
Raymond Zada – Art Gallery of South Australia
Maarten Daudeij – Art Gallery of South Australia

Dan Withey  – Adelaide City Council Library and Archives
Chris De Rosa – Adelaide City Council Library and Archives

2014

Deidre But-Husaim – Art Gallery of South Australia
Dan Withey – Art Gallery of South Australia
Deborah Prior – South Australian Museum

 

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Projects

The Collections Project: Gail Hocking

October 2018

Gail Hocking works across sculpture, installation, site-specific works and new media. Through an exploration of a transient state of being, she observes the transient state of matter and investigates... More