Sunday 26 June 2016

Daily Practice and Art in the sub-Antarctic

On July 5th, here in Hobart, I am giving a talk about my recent trip Heard Island at the Tasmanian Maritime Museum. 
Drawing the unknown: an artistic and scientific voyage to Heard Island in 2016
Time: 12.00 – 1.00pm Tuesday 5 July 2016
Place: Royal Society Room, Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery, Customs House, 19 Davey St entrance
Phone the Maritime Museum on 6234 1427 for more details 

I will also be soon returning to South Australia for my exhibition Daily Practice with Sally Parnis at Adelaide Central Gallery, July 6 – August 6, please see invitation below.
This exhibition will feature some of my recent work as part of my PhD studies at the Tasmanian College of the Arts, focusing on journals, artist books and drawing from my trips to sea on a professional cray boat around the Tasmanian coastline. I will be giving an artist talk about this work at Adelaide Central School of Art Thursday July 14th 12:45-1:20pm.

During my visit I will also be giving a talk at the South Australian Museum about my recent 2 month sub-Antarctic voyage to Heard and McDonald Islands on the RV Investigator with fellow voyager, choreographer James Batchelor, Thursday July 14th 6-7:30pm. This is a ticketed event ($15), including viewing of the Waterhouse Prize and refreshments, please see link here for details and to purchase a ticket.

Daily Practice
Opening Tuesday 12 July, 6 - 8pm

The Hauler, 2015
Graphite on paper
60 x 80cm

Daily Practice    

Sally Parnis and Annalise Rees
Daily Practice explores and celebrates an artist’s commitment to maintaining a daily visual art practice. The digital and physical journals of these talented artists are displayed as interactive artworks alongside completed drawings, paintings, lightbox-mounted prints and moving image works.

We invite you to become a voyeur, allowed exclusive intimate insights into the processes and journeys each artist has taken to explore and resolve their ideas. 

Opening event  |  Tuesday 12 July, 6-8pm

Opening speaker | Emeritus Professor Ian Gibbins, Flinders University

Refreshments provided.


Exhibition dates |  6 July - 6 August 2016

Download the Media Release
Download the exhibition Roomsheet
Exhibition contact: James Edwards, Project Manager - Exhibitions. 

Adelaide Central Gallery
Glenside Cultural Precinct
7 Mulberry Road, Glenside SA 5065
[enter via 226 Fullarton Road  |  Carpark C]

T      08 8299 7300

Exhibition hours
Monday, Thursday, Friday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday, Wednesday 9am - 7pm
Saturday 1pm - 4pm

image: Annalise Rees, The Hauler (detail), 2015, graphite on paper, 60x80cm

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