Arts Radar

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Discover exciting new exhibitions at the Sunshine Coast’s leading galleries, studios and arts centres!

CA GALLERY

UNTIL 10 JULY

CALLUM FRANCIS: RISING AND RETURNING

Celebrating Callum’s deep connection to the Burrum River and the Maroochy River and cherished memories of summer days filled with swimming, fishing and family.

22 AUGUST-6 SEPTEMBER

KARINA SELIJAK

Karina’s work employs patchwork and hand-stitching to create soft sculptures and installations that challenge current socio-political paradigms in pursuit of equality and resilience body of work includes symbols of draped fabric, moons and vessels to give form to the felt, unseen energies of the earth. Odes to our disappearing ecologies underpin Karina’s pursuit of what may soon be lost.

5/43 Access Crescent, Coolum Beach
Ph: 5471 7366
www.coolartgallery.com.au

BENDIGO COMMUNITY BANK MARCOOLA

7-14 JULY NAIDOC WEEK ARTISTS

First Nations artists present work within the 2024 NAIDOC Week theme ‘Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud & Proud’.

UNTIL 8 AUGUST ZARTISHA DAVIS

A young Gubbi Gubbi / Kabi Kabi artist connections to Cobble Cobble & Butchulla tribes, Zartisha paints dreamings and stories closely connected to her tribes — particularly women’s business that has been passed down from foremothers.

UNTIL 8 AUGUST TRISH SHEPPARD

Trish is a Noosa-based artist and photographer with a passion for travel, colour, and the sea. Drawing inspiration from the earthy colours of the Australian outback, Trish has a passion for landscapes and underwater photography.

1/930 David Low Way, Marcoola
Ph: 5448 8582
www.bendigobank.com.au/branch/qld/community-bank-marcoola

MAROOCHYDORE LIBRARY ARTSPACE

UNTIL 14 JULY

CHLOE WATEGO: PASTEL ERA

Chloe is a South Sea Islander and Iman woman, based on Gubbi Gubbi/Kabi Kabi country with a passion for sharing and celebrating her culture through art. A self-taught artist, Chloe uses painting as a form of creative expression to aid in healing as she explores her heritage.

44 Sixth Avenue, Maroochydore
Ph: 5475 8989
www.gallery.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/exhibitions/maroochydore-artspace

UNISC ART GALLERY

UNTIL 3 AUGUST

STRANGE WEATHER

A collection of artworks that consider our contemporary understanding of the environment and our place within it is mediated by technology.

90 Sippy Downs Dr, Sippy Downs
Ph: 5459 4645 
www.usc.edu.au/art-gallery

BUDERIM CRAFT COTTAGE

19-28 JULY

NEEDLEWORK, PATCHWORK & MACHINE EMBROIDERY EXHIBITION

9-18 AUGUST

PAINTING EXHIBITION – ART EXPO

14 SEPTEMBER: 10AM-2PM

ATRIUM GALLERY SPRING OPEN DAY

5 Main Street, Buderim  Ph: 5450 1714
www.buderimcraftcottage.com.au

CALOUNDRA REGIONAL GALLERY

UNTIL 18 AUGUST

CONTEMPORARY SONGLINES: DHAKKAN/MUNDAGUDDA (RAINBOW SERPENT) & MAROOCHY (BLACK SWAN) PROJECT

A collaborative First Nations student/youth and women’s exhibition showcases our First Nations regional artists’ collective stories and culture.

22 Omrah Avenue, Caloundra  Ph: 5420 8299
www.gallery.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

TINBEERWAH ART GROUP

16-18 AUGUST 

30TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL ART SHOW

Tinbeerwah Hall, Cnr Cooroy-Noosa Road
& Sunrise Road, Tinbeerwah

NOOSA OPEN STUDIOS

30 AUGUST TO 8 SEPTEMBER

Queensland’s largest open studios art trail event featuring 100 local artists over 10 days! Visit artists’ studios and sacred spaces plus workshops and events.

www.noosaopenstudios.com.au

About the Author /

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Jodie is a city-turned-country-turned-coastal chick. With a degree in Journalism & PR and a passion for pulling together events with flair. Her 15+ years’ experience is diverse (including launching a macadamia nut farm)! In her spare time, she’s beachside with her two tiny treasures and furry love Staffy x Red Cattle dog, Rudi.

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