Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

Kaye Mahoney’s Moving Imagery presents her vision of the timeless, infinite and energetic possibilities of worlds we inhabit, discover or create.  Drawing from both musical and visual compositional strategies to create images that allude to a sight/sound synesthesia, Moving Imagery is in tune with much that is embedded at a fundamental level in nature, physics and biology, centering on consciousness and reflection and evoking the elemental phenomena of life: air, water, sound, light and energy.  The show includes major works on canvas, seminal and current works on Perspex and video, and an installation titled “Library of Human/Nature.

Opening Saturday 8 October @ 2pm by
Professor Sasha Grishin AM, FAHA  

Floor Talk Thursday 13 October @ 12.30pm  by Kaye Mahoney

Workshop with Kaye Mahoney Thursday 20 October for Uni, TAFE & Secondary Students.  Bookings essential 48 234 442

Kaye Mahoney Masterclass
“Linear Progression”

Where: Goulburn Regional Art

When: Thursday 20 October 10.30 – 12.30

Cost: $30

In this workshop, Kaye Mahoney (artist) and Scott Hull (videographer) will take participants through their process in creating a multi dimensional art work and its accompanying digital video progression.  The work is essentially experimental and improvisational in nature and those attending will be invited participate in its creation.  For those interested in participating, the only requirement is  imagination and a willingness to embrace chance and the unforeseen.  The workshop should take about 2 to 3 hours.
Suitable for Secondary, TAFE & Tertiary students
Contact  48 234 442 for bookings  Download the flyer here 


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goulburn.art REGIONAL GALLERY is a cultural facility of Goulburn Mulwaree Council and receives support from the New South Wales Government through Arts NSW, M&G NSW.

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