Local artists showcase talent at the Eltham Library Community Gallery

Published on 24 January 2023

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The popular annual Eltham Library Community Gallery (ELCG) exhibition program for 2023 has been announced and will soon open to the public.

The program will showcase a variety of exhibitions featuring new, emerging and local artists, who will have the opportunity to showcase their incredible work.

Mayor Ben Ramcharan said these free exhibitions are loved by the local community. “We hope audiences feel inspired by these exhibitions in the Eltham Library Community Gallery,” he said.

“Each year, artists and curators are invited to apply for an exhibition, with the aim to exhibit new works by emerging and local creatives,” he said. “The program provides essential professional development and invaluable experience for artists who aim to build the profile of their work.”                                                               

The exhibition program opens on Friday 27 January as follows:

 

From Strange Pages | Roslyn Quin

Friday 27 January – Sunday 5 March 2023

 

Nostalgic | Xi Guo

Friday 10 March to Sunday 16 April 2023

 

Body of Landscape | Randal Pound

Friday 21 April to Sunday 28 May 2023

 

Flight | Nina Kelabora

Friday 2 June to Sunday 9 July 2023

 

The way of Japanese ink | Junko Azukawa

Friday 14 July to Sunday 20 August 2023

 

Talking and listening to country | Brian Stevens, Julie Tipene-O’Toole and Tiaki Mitchell

Friday 25 August to Sunday 1 October, 2023

 

Creative Minds | Nillumbik’s VCE Art and Studio Arts students of 2022

Friday 6 October to Sunday 29 October 2023

 

Dogs are like sunshine | Emily Viski

Friday 3 November to Sunday 10 December 2023

 

diversARTy 2023 | Living & Learning Nillumbik

Thursday 14 December 2023 to Sunday 21 January 2024

 

Opened in 1994, the ELCG is a much-loved community gallery space that sits within the Eltham Library on Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung Country. It was designed by award-winning architect Gregory Burgess.

View more information and opening hours.

Image credit: Xi Guo, Drying Chrysanthemums, 2013, acrylic on canvas, 76 x 101cm, courtesy of the artist.