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TEXEM-AY

August 8–August 18, 2019
This is an exhibition of works by artists who live and work in the traditional territories of the shishalh nation. These artists are connected by their relationship with texem-ay or red cedar and through their practices they reveal their reciprocity and respect for the tree of life.
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Teryl Mullock “Textures and Fragments”

September 12–October 13, 2019
An exploration of the free expression of the artistic process, with inspiration drawn from fragmentary observations of the natural world.
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Monica Gewurz “Textures and Fragments”

September 12–October 13, 2019
This exhibition highlights texture using repurposed materials found in our daily lives, with the aim of engaging the viewer's tactile and visual senses through texture and thin lines of colour.
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Friends of the Gallery (FOG) Group Show

January 3–February 3, 2019
Reception January 6, 2-4pm

Sunshine Coast Arts Council Annual Friends of the Gallery (FOG) Exhibition.
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“Sewstainability” – Yeonmi Kim

Exhibition: February 6–March 10, 2019
Meet the Artist: February 17, 1:30pm
A show inspired by sustainable practice, showcasing a rapidly changing climate.
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“Local Colour” – Edges Sunshine Coast Artists

March 13–April 14
Artists: Frank Coldicott, Dièdra Goodwin, Judy McLarty, Diane Miles, Elaine Seepish, Alison Taylor, Odette Venuti.
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Young People’s Own Show – Elementary Schools

April 18–May 5, 2019
This annual exhibition features work by Sunshine Coast Elementary Schools completed during the current school year.
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Young People’s Own Show – Secondary Schools

May 9–May 26, 2019
This annual exhibition features work by Sunshine Coast Secondary Schools completed during the current school year.
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“All That We Are” – LGBTQ2+ Show

May 30–June 30, 2019
Artists examine the very human process of finding the strength to be and express who we truly are and live lives free from fear and constraint.
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“Evolution of a Series” – Bill Wilkinson

July 4–August 4, 2019
An exhibition of an artist’s process and development.