Tag: World Pride

2023 was an extraordinary year of growth and learning for us here at Tiliqua Tiliqua. We would like to thank all the artists and art lovers who have made it such a fun and rewarding time.

But now it is 2024. As I write this we have thirty (30!!) exhibitions booked in, so get ready for some amazing art.

We kick off on the first of February with ‘Dark Alphabet’ from long-term gallery friend, Matthew da Silva. Then we welcome guest curator Sage Blake Rivers and two provocative shows to coincide with World Pride 2024. We are also very excited to announce that February will see the first of our Life Drawing in the Gallery sessions.

Stay tuned to hear more about all these events, and the 28 other offerings we have in store. See you soon!

We want to show your work!

There are three group exhibitions in the pipeline for Tiliqua Tiliqua. Submissions are now open for artists who want to take part.

First up is the Small Works Show 2023, our ‘last minute Xmas shopping’ exhibition. A chance for making some fun, accessible art!

We are working with artist and curator Sage Blake Rivers to create two exciting shows to celebrate World Pride 2024: ‘Part of Us’ and ‘Under the Rainbow, Together’.

All these shows are open to everyone who wants to take part, just have a good read of the information on the relevant pages. And contact us if you need any further  help.

‘tRADition’ — Amy Sargeant and Nicholas

Please join us for our second glorious show helping celebrate World Pride.

Like the flag we fly for World Pride, the art-making world is a spectrum of approaches, beliefs and techniques. Amy Sargeant and Nicholas are both queer artists exploring what this means in today’s Australia. But their very different approaches and choice of media makes this exhibition an exploration of opposites and oppositions.

Join us for opening drinks 4-6pm Saturday March 4

gallery open 12-6pm th fr sa su
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‘Cowboys and Other Stories’ — Ian James Scott

We are excited to welcome long-term Tiliqua Tiliqua friend, Ian James Scott, for his first solo show here in Enmore. And to open our first show to coincide with World Pride.

And what a show this will be! Ian has taken materials from typically heteronormative spaces (products you can buy in your average hardware store in other words) to explore gloriously homoerotic subject matter in an explosion of unashamed colour.

Join Ian for opening drinks 6-8pm Thursday Feb 22
and throughout the show as he creates a new work in the gallery

gallery open 12-6pm th fr sa su
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