Opening this Saturday the 15th of September at The Incinerator Gallery, in the City of Moonee Valley in Melbourne is an exhibition entitled Bilk on Tour. Curated by Richard Ennis of Incinerator and Helen Aitken – Kuhnen of Bilk in Canberra, the show will be held in a Walter Burley Griffin designed building that, as its current title suggests, used to house the Essendon Incinerator.
From the Incinerator Gallery website:
Bilk on Tour is an exhibition curated by designer and teacher Helen Aitken-Kuhnen of Bilk Gallery in Canberra, surveying the field of Australian jewellery design and metal-smithing, featuring over 30 artists. It will travel to the Incinerator Art Space in Willoughby, Sydney, after the exhibition at the Incinerator Gallery.
I am lucky enough to have some works in the show, which is due to run from:
15th September – 21st October at
180 Holmes Road, Moonee Ponds
Incinerator on Facebook
after which the Incinerator Art Space at the City of Willoughby in Sydney with play host from the 31st of October to the 25th of November.
Please head along and let me know what it looks like!
And finally… Throw the streamers and set off the flash-pots, this is my 500th post!