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This is Not a Drill at Hatch Contemporary Arts Space

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Two exhibitions in one
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Forks Stool by Michelle Klisowsky

This exciting and new contemporary exhibition is currently on at Hatch Contemporary Arts Space in Ivanhoe. "This is not a Drill" consists of four up-coming and established local artists displaying works in a range of mixed mediums, curated by Stephanie Neoh.

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The other part of this exhibition features a small collection of Sustainable art pieces acquired from Melbourne Fringe festival by the Banyule Council.

Featuring Eleanor James, a VCA fine art graduate from Melbourne, with her colourful patchwork quilting, embroidery and poetic pieces.

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Eleanor James with her textile art and poetry

Steve Scalone's photography series "Into the White" is a collection of images captured during a snowstorm in the US. His images are abstract, with minimalist lines and geometric shapes and tones. Steven will also be running a couple of free workshops at Hatch Contemporary Arts Space in the 14th and 16th of Feb.

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Steve Scalone with his series "Into the White"

Photographer and artist Emma Shaw is a Melbourne Bachelor of Arts graduate and volunteer at Hatch, her series captures fragmented images of today's youth and how distorted visions of themselves can be.

Emma Shaw's digital fragmented images of today's youth.
Emma Shaw's digital fragmented images of today's youth

The centre installation is a sand island dotted with random ceramic pieces. James McAlpin created each piece whilst engaging with the local community, his workshop just outside his home. Inspired by the Boulevard Lights, James created a ceramic-based performance art, where he encourages the viewers to touch and pick up the ceramic objects.

So pop down and come and see this new art exhibition and support local artists.

Exhibition Dates: 7th February - 2nd March 2019
Location: 14 Ivanhoe Parade, Ivanhoe, VIC 3079
Tel: 9490 4370

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Phone: Tel: 9490 4370
Where: Hatch Contemporary Arts Space, 14 Ivanhoe Parade, Ivanhoe, VIC 3079
Cost: Free
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