Summer of Drawing: Grafton Regional Gallery

Summer of Drawing: Grafton Regional Gallery

158 Fitzroy St, Grafton NSW 2460, Australia

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10:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Celebrate the Gallery's Summer of Drawing with exciting exhibitions and programs. Exhibitions on show: Dobell Drawing Prize #23 Narcissus: Alun Rhys Jones A4 Draw Drawn: From the Collection Grafton Regional Gallery is pram, wheelchair & mobility aid accessible, all inclusive gallery. Entry by donation. Open everyday of the week except Mondays and public holidays. Dobell Drawing Prize #23 The biennial Dobell Drawing Prize is Australia's leading prize for drawing, an unparalleled celebration of technique, innovation and expanded drawing practices. The AUD30,000 acquisitive award is presented by the National Art School in partnership with the Sir Willian Dobell Art Foundation. Narcissus: Alun Rhys Jones Alun Rhys Jones' exhibition Narcissus investigates and deconstructs the traditional tropes of masculinity today with a series of works which analyse, question, and subvert both masculinity itself and its portrayal in mainstream media. Explored through hyperreal drawings, photography and installation, the artist captures a flawed push for perfection at a time in which it appears to be crumbling. A4 Draw An exhibition of drawings by established and emerging artists from the Clarence Valley, A4 Draw celebrates the versatility, immediacy, and accessibility of drawing as an artform.

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158 Fitzroy St, Grafton NSW 2460, Australia

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Summer of Drawing: Grafton Regional Gallery

158 Fitzroy St, Grafton NSW 2460, Australia



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