Due to the unprecedented health crisis, Everywhen Artspace is regretfully postponing its April scheduled exhibition of the riverland works of Kaiela Arts, Shepparton. Instead, it will be presenting a series of online exhibitions under the title Carers of Country that feature the many ways in which Australia’s Indigenous people preserve knowledge through art and care for the land, the environment and wildlife.
“We’ll be featuring some of the Kaiela works in an online exhibition and re-scheduling the show as soon as we can,” says Everywhen’s co-curator, Susan McCulloch. “Kaiela artists are a wonderful group and have been working very hard on a great series that celebrates the once-fertile riverlands flora. However, their health and that of our clients, staff and the general community is far more important at this time.
“Over April and May we’re presenting a series of dynamic online exhibitions of beautiful new Aboriginal art from around Australia on particular subjects, styles and media. We’ll be including extensive information with each of the exhibitions to both educate and inspire.”
Private gallery viewings of works will be available and Everywhen is offering free delivery for all artwork purchases.
The online exhibitions will be promoted via Instagram and Facebook and available for viewing at www.mccullochandmcculloch.com.au, where those interested can also sign up for email news for information about events and special offers.
The gallery is currently closed and open by appointment only. Viewers are welcome to phone or email to inquire.
39 Cook St, Flinders