Studios: 2022

Upcoming Exhibition
November 12 2022 - December 17 2022
Person wearing pink beaded mask and ruffle collar sits on crate.
Person wearing pink beaded mask and ruffle collar sits on crate.

ACE will end 2022 with Studios: 2022, a group exhibition showcasing new and recent work by its five current studio artists

When

November 12 2022 to December 17 2022

Access

Studios: 2022 is a snapshot of the diverse practices and work developed as part of ACE’s annual Studio Program – a fully-supported professional development opportunity for South Australian artists. The exhibition features five of South Australia’s most exciting early career artists, and offers the public a look into the work developed out of the ACE studios throughout 2022. 

The 2022 Studio Program is supported by partnerships with the City of Adelaide, Creative Partnerships Australia Plus 1 Program, Helpmann Academy, Adelaide Central School of Art, and Firstdraft. It is also supported by the generous contributions of private donors through the Studio Program Donors Circle.

Feature Image: Chelsea Farquhar, 'Beaded mask' (2021), styled and modelled by Matthew Smith. Courtesy the artist.

Artists

Ash Tower,
Cecilia Tizard,
Shaye Dương,
Chelsea Farquhar,
Dani Reynolds
A large wooden artwork is photographed on white backdrop.
A large wooden artwork is photographed on white backdrop.
Ash Tower, 'Though it may lack the power of an original, an imitation can be quite enough' (2021). Courtesy the artist.
Person wearing pink beaded mask and ruffle collar sits on crate.
Person wearing pink beaded mask and ruffle collar sits on crate.
Chelsea Farquhar, 'Beaded mask' (2021), styled and modelled by Matthew Smith. Courtesy the artist.
Two bricks are suspended by macrame-like rope.
Two bricks are suspended by macrame-like rope.
Shaye Dương, 'Faltar' (2021). Courtesy the artist.
Four framed photographs hanging on a white wall.
Four framed photographs hanging on a white wall.
Cecilia Tizard, 'My spine is a steel rod' (2021), detail. Photography by Michael Haines. Courtesy the artist.

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ACE respectfully acknowledges the traditional Country of the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains and pays respect to Elders past and present. We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge that they are of continuing importance to the Kaurna people living today.