Projects

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Lighthouse Arts Residency

Artist-in-Residence
on Nobbys-Whibayganba headland

Commencing in November 2021, I am sharing a cottage with writers, poets, historians,
fine artists, fibre and jewellery artists,
digital and graphic artists, printmakers, ceramicists, musicians, and multi-disciplinary creatives inside the heritage-listed cottages on Nobbys-Whibayganba headland.

LighthouseArts

TASS

Tempest Art Screenprint Studio

Opening in December 2021,

TASS is a production space for fine art screenprinting on paper, located at 51 Georgetown Road, Georgetown, Newcastle, Australia. Serigraphy workshops will be offered in this spacious, conveniently located and fully equipped studio. Studio time for independent printing as well as a DIY stencil service are also available.

Click thru to the Screenprint Studio for details.

Solar Impressions

Newcastle Printmakers Workshop Members Exhibition

Opening early 2022 at Newcastle Printmakers Workshop, an exhibition of members of NPW, showcasing solar plate etchings or cyanotypes (or combinations) with each artist displaying 2 to 4 works as a small body of work. These works will be displayed (unframed) on the walls with wrapped editions ready for sale.
To be held at the Newcastle Printmakers Workshop Gallery Space.
Organisers: Kerri Smith, Gina MacDonald and Catherine Tempest.

Newcastle Printmakers Workshop Exhibitions

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Locus Focus

Newcastle Art Space Mentor Program Exhibition

Fri, 27 Nov 2020

In this upside down COVID world, we will be hosting an inside-out exhibition opening. The exhibition will showcase 3D sculpture, ceramics, installation, painting and curating from 13 mentors and 15 mentees.

Curators:  Dr Annemarie Murland and Catherine Tempest

Newcastle Art Space Mentorship Program

RE - movement

Borth, Wales
Earth Drawing

Created in December 2017, this earth drawing recreates the canopy of a lost forest, submerged and petrified at Borth, Wales, during a post glacial sea level rise 1,500 years ago. Tree species of the lost forest, derived from samples of the petrified tree stumps, include oak, hazel, willow, birch and pine. Remnants of a dead forest, deep time, tides exposing and submerging tree stumps and sand erosion characterise this project as a reflection on time and destiny. 

Artist: Catherine Tempest