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Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah
Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah is a City of Mandurah managed exhibition and workshop space that promotes and makes accessible a diverse range of contemporary art.
It is particularly suited to emerging artists and recent graduates due to its low cost gallery space and central location. It supports exhibition development and partnerships with artists, arts organisations and communities by providing low cost rental spaces, developmental assistance and information services for exhibitors.
Located at 63 Ormsby Terrace nestled between the City of Mandurah Administration Building and Ac-cent Mandurah, the centre provides a 120sqm central gallery space, two 15sqm artist studio spaces and a 30sqm workshop space.
Expressions of Interest for exhibitions, studio residencies and short term workshop residencies occur twice per year. Applications for creative workshop facilitation can be submitted are all year round.
The Centre is open during exhibitions from Wednesday to Sunday 12noon to 4pm, with extended hours on Thursday through to 5pm.
Check the Calendar of Events for up and coming exhibition dates. Between exhibitions the gallery is open Wednesday and Friday 12pm – 4pm and Thursday 12pm – 5pm or by appointment.
The next exhibition opens on Friday 31 January, Found... once I was lost, by Deborah Zibah, will be displayed until the 13 March 2014.
Zibah draws on her inherent spirituality to define her sense of belonging and place in reference to her geographical and community experiences, from both her African birthplace of Zimbabwe and her adopted home in Mandurah, Australia.
Using the butterfly as a metaphor of self, she explores unusual material combinations including industrial enamel and wood stain to define her spiritual journey.