Arts Project Australia: Stronger Together

Arts Project Australia: Stronger TogetherArts Project Australia: Stronger Together

Arts Project Australia x Benalla Art Gallery x Munro & Sargeant

Stronger Together is a revolving exhibition of new work by Arts Project Australia artists, presented through a new collaboration between Arts Project Australia, Benalla Art Gallery, and its onsite caf© and restaurant, Munro & Sargeant.

All works are on display within Munro & Sargeant, and available for purchase from the Gallery Shop:

50% of sales go to the artists
20% of sales go to Benalla Art Gallery to support its presentation of a dynamic exhibition and public program
10% of sales go to APA to support the studio and artists
You can learn about participating artists and view images of works on display and in stock through the digital catalogue below.

About the Artists

Peter Ben
(b 1972, Melbourne)
A painter and ceramicist drawing inspiration from a variety of narratives.

Michael Camakaris
A multi-disciplinary artist whose practice encompasses drawing, painting, collage, printmaking and ceramics.

Alan Constable
(b 1956, Melbourne)
An established artist who is renowned for his ceramic cameras that reflect his life-long fascination with old cameras.

Ruth Howard
An artist working in small scale in painting and ceramics.

Miles Howard-Wilks
(b 1979, Melbourne)
A mid-career artist who specialises in painting, ceramics, photography, digital art and zines.

Kaye McDonald
(b 1946, Melbourne)
A painter and ceramicist with a fascination for repetition and mark making.

Chris O'Brien
(b 1981, Melbourne)
A multi-disciplinary artist who works in painting, printmaking, sculpture, video and artist zines.

Mark Smith
(b 1976, Melbourne)
A figurative multidisciplinary artist who works across painting, ceramics, mixed media, video and soft sculpture.

Terry Williams
(b 1952, Melbourne)
An established artist whose career spans three decades and reflects a diverse exploration of materials and techniques.

About Arts Project Australia

Arts Project Australia (APA) has aimed high since 1974 when it set out to lead and innovate in the arts and disability sectors.

Over APA's history, the quality of its exhibitions and artwork created in its studio has flourished, fed by a range of innovative programs and activities.

APA was the first full-time art studio in Australia for artists with an intellectual disability and have built a reputation both in Australia and internationally for its achievements. Proof lies in the consistency and quality of the exhibitions and programs that are produced and delivered by the gallery, along with the extraordinary opportunities and experiences we have brokered for our artists, who have been included in exhibitions all over the world and are represented in countless public and private collections.

About Munro & Sargeant

Inspired by the architects behind the Benalla Art Gallery - Colin Munro and Philip Sargeant, who were widely celebrated for their commitment to design and architecture - Munro and Sargeant offers relaxed dining set above Lake Benalla. Nestled among three stunning exhibition galleries within the Benalla Art Gallery, Munro and Sargeant offers a menu which has a focus on local and seasonal wines and produce.

Taking further inspiration from the caf©'s namesakes, contemporary design has been further embedded into the caf© offering through the activation of this unconventional exhibition space in a unique partnership with Benalla Art Gallery and the progressive cultural leaders at Arts Project Australia.

An ongoing, regularly changing exhibition space

❊ When ❊

Happens: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Times: March-August: 10AM-4.30PM September-February: 10AM-5PM Closed Tuesdays

❊ Where ❊

Benalla Art Gallery View Venue
Bridge Street,  Benalla Victoria 3672 Map
Benalla Art GalleryBridge Street, , Benalla, 3672, Victoria✆ Venue: 03 5760 2619 | Event:

❊ Web Links ❊

Arts Project Australia: Stronger Together

Disclaimer: Check with the venue (web links) before making plans, travelling or buying tickets.

Accessibility: Contact the venue for accessibility information.

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