The Fabric of Wildflowers - The Art of Thelma Knox

The Fabric of Wildflowers - The Art of Thelma Knox

Fri 30 Oct 2015 - Fri 29 Jan 2016 09:00am - 05:00pm

A retrospective exhibition drawn from Thelma Knox's personal collection, which has been preserved at her family home since her death in 2009.

AAANZ 2017 Conference: Art and its Directions

Wed 06 Dec 2017 08:00am - 07:00pm

Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference

Let's Meet at LWAG

Sat 02 Dec 2017 11:30am - 12:30pm

For visitors living with Alzheimer's

State of Access: Galleries, Museums and Performing Art Centres

Thu 30 Nov 2017 06:00pm - 07:30pm

Churchill Fellowship Lecture

Going Slow

Wed 29 Nov 2017 12:00pm - 01:00pm

Visual Arts x Mindfulness Tour

'Can Touch This' Tour

Sat 25 Nov 2017 11:30am - 12:30pm

For visitors with visual impairment

Let's Talk Shop

Wed 22 Nov 2017 01:00pm - 02:00pm

Conversation with Beach Gecko Glass

LWAG Signs: AUSLAN Interpreted Tour

Sat 18 Nov 2017 11:30am - 12:30pm

For adults with hearing loss or deafness. Experience the artwork at LWAG in Australian Sign Language.

Adeela Suleman, After all it's always someone else who dies (2017). Hanging steel, dimensions variable, installation view. Photo: Kai Wasikowski.

I don't want to be there when it happens

Sat 11 Nov 2017 10:00am - 05:00pm

In response to the 70th anniversary of the Partition of Colonial India (14 August 1947), this exhibition features artists from both Pakistan and India whose evocative practices convey the profound existential unease of our age, either directly or indirectly. They unravel the present time, dealing with the legacy of history, as well as foretelling the future.

Jess Tan, 'luxury waste and contained emotions', 2016-17, sad balloon, garden weed, earthenware clay, amethyst, PVC plastic, 118 hand sewn tears filled with glitter, glass ash tray and debris from install. Image courtesy of Jessica Quinnell.

Remedial Works

Sat 11 Nov 2017 10:00am - 05:00pm

Recognising the maxim ‘the dose makes the poison’, Remedial Works looks at the fine line between a material’s capacity to repair or pollute both bodies and land.