Phillip George has been shortlisted for the Basil Sellers Art Prize. In August 2010 an exhibition of the shortlisted finalists will be held at the Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne.
Kate Murphy is currently exhibiting at AGNSW as part of Video Swell Sydney, curated by Natasha Bullock. Murphy's work will screen from Monday 16 November until Sunday 29 November.
Mitch Cairns and Kate Murphy will be featured as part of What I Think About When I Think About Dancing at Campbelltown Arts Centre, opening 27 November.
David Haines will be screening a new work at Campbelltown Arts Centre as part of Illume: Projections After Dark. His work will be screened 8pm until midnight, 11 December until 24 January 2010.
Kate Murphy’s The Appointment (2009) will be screening at The University of Queensland Art Museum as part of The more you ignore me, the closer I get, curated by Alison Kubler. This exhibition runs 2 November until 30 November.
Mitch Cairns will feature as part of The Shilo Project, curated by Dr Chris McAuliffe. The Shilo Project opens 28 November at Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne.
Simryn Gill will feature as part of Disappearers, curated by Simon Gregg at Gippsland Art Gallery, opening 14 November.
Throughout November Ash Keating will be presenting documentation of the Ballarat EurEco Revolution project at Shifted Gallery, Richmond, from 11 November until 28 November. Together with Slow Art Collective he will exhibit documentation of the TS2 Project at Bus Projects, Melbourne, opening 24 November. Ash will feature as part of the Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces Studio Artist exhibition, opening 21 November. Throughout November he will be responding to the United Nations Climate Change conference in Copenhagen by adding to his Parched mural on the Mockridge Fountain, Melbourne.
Dani Marti will be featured in the The University of Queensland National Self Portrait Prize 2009 which opens 27 November and runs until 20 February 2010.
Gary Carsley’s installation of D.88 Istana Park has opened to the public. Orchard Central, a new shopping mall located in Singapore, features Carsley’s installation at the entrance and is one of the largest public art commissions in South East Asia.