Cosmological Landscapes | Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox
John Mullins Memorial Art Gallery
29 March – 22 May 2018

This is an exhibition that visually rethinks concepts of landscape and what they mean in an age where space and cosmological research are revealing more about Earth’s universal environment. Cosmology, the scientific study of the universe across all temporal and spatial scales, provides new perspectives of Earth and humanity in an era where emerging technologies pose both opportunities and threats. These perspectives are explored by untethering landscape from Earth-bound horizons to search for orientation via new universal horizons.

Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox | Life Takes a Cosmic Perspective 2014  | Oil on linen | 91cm x 137cm

The View From Here: An Exhibition of Papercuts | Lead Artist Pamela See
Curved Wall
29 March – 22 May 2018

The View From Here explores the impact of human intervention on biodiversity through papercut installation and animation. The participatory artworks were a culmination of workshops staged in Beijing, Brisbane, Toowoomba, Gympie and Miles.

Papercutting workstation for all ages. Try your hand at this ancient artform.

Lead Artist Pamela See | Papercuts from the exhibition The View From Here 

Papercut activity designed by Pamela See