Under the Spirit Light
4 to 20 May, 2018
Opening Friday 4 May, 5.30 to 7.30pm
Under the Spirit Light is a homage to nineteenth century public houses around Adelaide now lost to time. The display includes excerpts from newspapers highlighting the diverse functions and roles of pubs in the 1850 to 60s as places that hosted entertainment such as wax museums, offered accommodation for country gentlemen, or held coronial inquests. Drop by for a tonic dose of news from the past.
WALKING TOUR of Lost Pubs and Alley Ways
Join artist Sue Kneebone to discover some of Adelaide’s lost pubs, hear compelling stories of local characters and learn about the diverse social roles public inns played in the mid 1800s. Meet at Gallery Flaneur from 5.30 for a 6pm departure to nearby sites and ending up on Peel Street.
8 October – 4 December, 2016
A Jam Factory Exhibition at Sepptlesfield.
Illusions of History
11 – 24 July, Galway Arts Centre, 22nd February to 18 March 2016
SASA Gallery, University of South Australia
Spell Dust and Moral Ruins
Adelaide Central Gallery features Sasha Grbich and Sue Kneebone
To be opened by
Adjunct Professor Kay Lawrence AM
South Australian School of Art
Art, Architecture & Design, University of South Australia
Tuesday 28 July 2015 | 6pm – 8pm
CACSA Contemporary 2015 exhibition hours
(at Adelaide Central Gallery)
Tuesday 28 July to Friday 21 August 2015
Mon, Thurs and Fri 9am – 5pm
Tues and Wed 9am – 7pm, Sat 1 – 4pm.
18 July to 24 September, 2015
Rymill Park, Adelaide
Opens 6pm, Friday 21st November.
Sue Kneebone & Mary Jean Richardson
Opening Sunday 23rd November.
FONTANELLE GALLERY AND STUDIOS:
Open: Wednesday to Sunday: 12pm – 5pm
26 Sixth Street, Bowden, South Australia
The Archaeology of Descent
JAMES TYLOR, SUE KNEEBONE & TJARLIRLI ART VIDEO PROJECT
The Archaeology of Descent, Marshall Arts
12 SEPTEMBER – 4 OCTOBER 2014
An exhibition of photomedia and video that delves into the lives of ancestors past in order to understand the present curated by André Lawrence
Australian Experimental Art Foundation
SA: Ali Gumillya Baker, Thom Buchanan, Maarten Daudeij
James Dodd, Sue Kneebone, Pungkai, James Tylor, Sera Waters
NT: Joshua Bonson, Franck Gohier, Sarah Pirrie
Wukun Wanambi (The Mulka Project)
Bob Burruwul & Lena Yarinkura
Opening: 4 September, 6—8pm*
135th Meridian-East refers to the line of longitude running through the Northern Territory & South Australia, a symbolic Cartesian coordinate. Featured artists have literally and/or conceptually traversed this corridor, establishing affiliations with places, people and ideas that inhabit it. Highlighting connections between those antipodes, the exhibition explores the multifarious ways in which artists engage with identity of place, collective and personal histories, and the rich diversity inherent to this vast tract through the heart of Australia.
Dates: 5 Sep – 4 Oct 2014
Artist & Curator Talk: 5 Sep, 1pm
with Artists: Sera Waters, Sarah Pirrie and Curator André Lawrence
Review in Realtime http://www.realtimearts.net/feature/In_Profile/11757
Melbourne Art Fair August 13-17, 2014
CACSA’s project room at the Melbourne Art Fair with Madison Bycroft and Antony Hamilton.
Closet art-critic and standup comedian Hannah Gadsby is on a mission to debunk the myths of the Australian identity perpetuated by our national art.
Screens: March 11, 10pm on ABC1 | March 18, 10pm on ABC1 | March 23, 10pm on ABC1
Touring exhibition curated by Julie Gough
Eagle Lane Light Boxes, Brisbane City Council Public Art Project
Southerly Journal Issue, 72.3 Islands and Archipelagos