"Angela Valamanesh: About Being Here" is a serious exhibition showing the work of an artist who is comfortable working in diverse media, says reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.
MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE reviews "Intersections" by craft artists Janet DeBoos and Wendy Teakel.
The bright colours fill me with joy and this exhibition, "The Redemption of Colour" by Scott Chaseling, is an excellent way to start a new year, writes craft reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.
This exhibition shows the high standard the makers maintain...it's an exhibition well worth a visit. Writes craft reviewer, MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.
Canberra furniture and product designer Tom Skeehan is the recipient of a national craftsmanship grant worth $25,000, it has been announced today (December 2).
An exhibition that requires time, but will reward audiences with its excellence, writes reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.
CANBERRA arts and music champion Betty Beaver has died. She was 96.
Prue Venables' exhibition in porcelain shows sharp clarity of form in each finely thrown and turned piece, writes reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.
Jenny Orchard has always been a zealous drawer and I can see in these works where her creatures are derived, writes craft reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.
The full force of lockdown is explored in Zoe Brand's carefully thought-out show, writes craft reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.
The exhibition, "Differing Perspectives", by Adelaide artists Calum Hurley and Jordan Leeflang had a difficult beginning due to COVID-19, but they managed to make it work, writes craft reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE
Local weaver Melanie Olde has been awarded first prize in the biennial international exhibition 'Complexity 2020', writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE reviews the exhibition "Porcelain" at Beaver Galleries, now open to limited numbers.
MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE reviews “Transference”, online and at Craft ACT Craft + Design Centre, a collaborative exhibition by artists Robyn Campbell and Jo Victoria.
Elliot wanted to capture these disturbing emotions and move them from her mind onto their work, writes MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE about Benjamin Edols and Kathy Elliott's online exhibition.
There is a comfortable ease about these works – ease in that they are thoughtfully and superbly made, and ease for the wearer, writes craft reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE about Carlier Makigawa's “Linked” exhibition.
While the art of knot tying began as a necessity in ancient history, today’s knots have taken on new meanings and its centrepiece is macramé.
Peoples shows considerable concern for the difficulties of the wildlife around the lake, writes MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.
Twenty teapots with stories to tell are on show at Craft ACT. MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE reviews the exhibition.
In this exhibition, Ruth Oliphant's hot and cold glass working techniques, such as carving and fusing, captures the empty spaces of the Yarralumla Brickworks kilns and tells the viewer of her interest in architectural spaces, writes reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.