MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
David Haines & Joyce Hinterding will be featured in The Dwelling at ACCA, opening 9 October until 29 November.
Simryn Gill's solo exhibition, Inland at the CCP will open 8 October and run until 13 December.
Kate Murphy will feature in Video Swell Sydney at AGNSW, which opens 3 October and runs until 29 November.
Mitch Cairns will be exhibiting as part of <a href="http://www.hazelhurst.com.au/ssc/hazel.nsf/ApprovedByHeading/6EBE47A356890E0BCA25762500164009?OpenDocument&Expand=2">Reality Check: Watching Sylvania Waters opening 9 October at Hazelhurst Regional Gallery. Mitch will also be exhibiting as part of Adam, Adam, Nigel, Mitch & Ron: Big Painting at Fraser Studios, Chippendale, opening 29 October.
Don't miss Vanila Netto's work in Light Sensitive Material: Works from the Verghis Collection at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, opening 2 October.
The Royal Institution of Australia, South Australia, will be inaugurated with an exhibition featuring works by John Tonkin and Haines & Hinterding, opening 9 October.
Ash Keating will exhibit his series Label Land at La Trobe University Art Museum over 7-28 October. His collaborative project with Jill Orr at Ballarat University will be on exhibition from 14-23 October.
Kate Murphy's video installation Cry me a future (Dublin) continues at the National Portrait Gallery of Australia until 18 October.
Tim Silver is currently exhibiting in I-Lands at <a href="http://www.brandts.dk/default.asp?contentsection=167&zcs=3">Kunsthallen Brandts, Denmark. I-Lands continues until 11 April 2010.
Haines & Hinterding's Black Canyon Earth Field will be exhibited as part of ENERGY: XI International Festival for New Media Culture in Riga, Latvia (8-10 October).
Ash will participate in the fifth International Gathering organized by The South Project in Yogyakarta, Indonesia over 22-25 October.
Dani Marti will feature as part of Running Time: Artist Films in Scotland: 1960 to Now at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art from 17 October until 22 November. Dani is also featured as part of the Bienal de Lanzarote, Spain which opens 14 October and is currently exhibiting as part of INSIDEOUT at sh[out] space, Glasgow until 10 October.
Beata Geyer and Ash Keating have been selected to exhibit as part of the 2009 <a href="http://www.rbs.com.au/default.aspx?page=29&news=43">Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Emerging Artist Awards. Finalists of the award will exhibited from 6-30 October.
Ash has been shortlisted for the 2009 QANTAS SOYA Awards and both Ash and Debra Phillips have been shortlisted for the 2009 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize.