Nic Mason - events, exhibition notices & updates
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Recent happenings ...
20 - 30 April 2023
Michael Reid Murrurundi
Cnr Mayne and Boyd Streets,
Murrurundi (enter from Boyd Street)
The Upper Hunter, NSW 2338
OPENING HOURSThursday to Sunday
GET IN TOUCHinfomurra@michaelreid.com.au
+61 2 6546 6767
PO Box 72
Murrurundi NSW 2338
Recipient of the
Ironbark Arts Residency 2023
with Artist talks Wednesday 22 March at 3pm followed by afternoon tea. Please RSVP to Tom if you'd like to come.
The Railway Hotel
Stuart Town, NSW
Orana Arts Inc and the Stuart Town Advancement Association
And continued influence from ...
9 April - 5 June 2022
EXHIBITION & EVENTS
Nicola Mason: Cycle
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery
70 -78 Keppel St
BATHURST NSW 2795
Bookings required for:
Exhibition Opening (BRAG Fundraiser): Friday 8 April 6pm
Artist Led Workshop with Nic Mason: Wednesday 18 May 5:30 pm
Artist Led Workshop with Nic Mason: Thursday 26 May 5:30 pm
In Conversation, Nic Mason with Jack Underwood: Saturday 28 May 11 am
Nic Mason, The measuring cup duck and the koala, 2021, 20.5 x 25.5 cm, private collection
This program is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.
January / February 2020
ARTIST INTERNSHIP / RESIDENCY
Australian Consortium 'In Country' Indonesian Studies (ACICIS), Creative Arts and Design Professional Practicum (CADPP) program
Babaran Segaragunung Culture House
Nic Mason, The life of furniture, charcoal and watercolour on paper, 13 cm x 19 cm.
Official Opening 8 November 2019, 6pm
Artist / scientist talks 9 November 2019, 10:30am
9 November 2019 - 2 February 2020
Art of Threatened Species
Western Plains Cultural Centre
76 Wingewarra Street
Dubbo, NSW, 2830
Art of Threatened Species is a collaboration between the Office of Planning, Industry and Environment and Orana Arts.
Eleven artists were selected to engage in their own self-directed residency program during 2018-2019 researching particular threatened fauna, flora and/or environments with nominated scientists. Works created during this residency will be included in a public exhibition opening at Western Plains Cultural Centre in November 2019.