Still Learning is an installation of new works, exploring the intersections of language in an evolving mental health experience. Situated within transitional moments of thought, this exhibition examines processes of learning through subtle humour and the aesthetics of nostalgia.
Presenting new works by Sydney-based emerging artist Millie Mitchell, happy prints explores play and enjoyment in both artistic practice and the everyday. The exhibition archives time and place through candid compositions in a series of whimsically coloured reduction linocuts.
Wednesday 5 May 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Experimental Mono-printing Workshop with Jennifer Brady
Saturday 8 May 11:00am - 1:00pm
Hands on workshop exploring the diverse medium of mono-printing. Register via Eventbrite.
Reduction Linocut Demonstration with Millie Mitchell
Saturday 15 May 11:00am - 1:00pm
Step-by-step demonstration of reduction linocut process including compositional sketching, matrix development, colour coding and printing. Register via Eventbrite.
Conversation with the Artists
Saturday 22 May 11:00am - 12:00pm
Join us for an artist talk and Q&A session with Jennifer Brady and Millie Mitchell. Register via Eventbrite.
Jennifer Brady and Millie Mitchell are two Sydney-based emerging artists, both graduating from a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) at UNSW Art & Design in 2019. Brady and Mitchell have been working alongside each other for a number of years, culminating in their sharing of a studio in Alexandria.
Although their practices are seemingly disparate, the close proximity of practice has established strong, underlying connections between their works. Brady explores the complexity of thought and articulation through language and text, while Mitchell uses illustration as a means of observation of everyday moments and scenes.
These parallel solo exhibitions are a natural progression in the artist’s practice as they navigate the process of creating ‘new’ art, in the same space as each other without the restrictions of assessment and academics. The inherently collaborative environment of their shared studio has resulted in two shows that hold conversation through their exploration of learning and play, whilst maintaining their own dialogue.
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