Beginning in 2019 I will be studying a Doctorate of Creative Arts for 4 years at Wollongong University. 

COMING EXHIBITIONS


Until 30 March 2019
MEROOGAL WOMENS ART PRIZE 2018
Meroogal, corner West and Worrigee Streets, Nowra
https://sydneylivingmuseums.com.au/meroogal
Female artists from across NSW exhibit artworks that respond to Meroogal and its sense of place, throwing new light on the personal stories of the people who once lived there, and the rich collection of objects that are still contained within the house.

2 February - 18 April 2019
BEYOND THE BOWL
Hurstville Museum & Gallery
curated by Renee Porter
https://www.georgesriver.nsw.gov.au/HMG
• Julie Bartholomew • Alexandra Chambers • Cobi Cockburn • Matthew Curtis •  Merran Esson • Honor Freeman • Anita Larkin • Eloise Rankine • Kirstie Rea  and Emma Varga


27 March - 14 April 2019
Opening 29 March 6pm

IN THE MAKING 
Project Contemporary Artspace, Wollongong
www.projectgallery.com.au
Curated by Catriona Stanton, this exhibition explores the repetitive and often rigorous nature of making work and the sensory dialogue that artist’s form with materials. Artists: Gabrielle Adamik, Felix Allen, Lizzie Buckmaster Dove, Michelle Eliot, Anita Larkin, Sharnie Shields, Catriona Stanton

23 May 2020 – 23 August 2020
IF THAT CHAIR COULD SPEAK
Wollongong Art Gallery 
www.wollongongcitygallery.com
Solo exhibition of Anita Larkin’s work using collected objects, and felt. The works in the exhibition reveal how some objects can become representations of events in our lives. They can become embodied. Objects that have had a close prolonged physical relationship to the human body, such as a chair, a bed, ladder, or crutch, can hold particular resonance in our psyche.

10 Oct 2020 – 6 Dec 2020

MEMBRANE
Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery
https://artgallery.lakemac.com.au
Curated by Anita Larkin and Anne Kempton, Membrane is an exhibition of artists working in the medium of felt. Artworks will be made in collaboration with other professionals in various fields,  who also work with or construct membranes. Biology, taxidermy, architecture, boatbuilding, and waterproofing experts will be bought together with artists using this ancient material, felt. 


 



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Coming Exhibitions

Beginning in 2019 I will be studying a Doctorate of Creative Arts for 4 years at Wollongong University. 

COMING EXHIBITIONS


Until 30 March 2019
MEROOGAL WOMENS ART PRIZE 2018
Meroogal, corner West and Worrigee Streets, Nowra
https://sydneylivingmuseums.com.au/meroogal
Female artists from across NSW exhibit artworks that respond to Meroogal and its sense of place, throwing new light on the personal stories of the people who once lived there, and the rich collection of objects that are still contained within the house.

2 February - 18 April 2019
BEYOND THE BOWL
Hurstville Museum & Gallery
curated by Renee Porter
https://www.georgesriver.nsw.gov.au/HMG
• Julie Bartholomew • Alexandra Chambers • Cobi Cockburn • Matthew Curtis •  Merran Esson • Honor Freeman • Anita Larkin • Eloise Rankine • Kirstie Rea  and Emma Varga


27 March - 14 April 2019
Opening 29 March 6pm

IN THE MAKING 
Project Contemporary Artspace, Wollongong
www.projectgallery.com.au
Curated by Catriona Stanton, this exhibition explores the repetitive and often rigorous nature of making work and the sensory dialogue that artist’s form with materials. Artists: Gabrielle Adamik, Felix Allen, Lizzie Buckmaster Dove, Michelle Eliot, Anita Larkin, Sharnie Shields, Catriona Stanton

23 May 2020 – 23 August 2020
IF THAT CHAIR COULD SPEAK
Wollongong Art Gallery 
www.wollongongcitygallery.com
Solo exhibition of Anita Larkin’s work using collected objects, and felt. The works in the exhibition reveal how some objects can become representations of events in our lives. They can become embodied. Objects that have had a close prolonged physical relationship to the human body, such as a chair, a bed, ladder, or crutch, can hold particular resonance in our psyche.

10 Oct 2020 – 6 Dec 2020

MEMBRANE
Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery
https://artgallery.lakemac.com.au
Curated by Anita Larkin and Anne Kempton, Membrane is an exhibition of artists working in the medium of felt. Artworks will be made in collaboration with other professionals in various fields,  who also work with or construct membranes. Biology, taxidermy, architecture, boatbuilding, and waterproofing experts will be bought together with artists using this ancient material, felt. 


 



Sections