A selection of works by artists in residence at Shakespeare Grove Artist Studios
When: 17 November 2023 to 25 January 2024
Time: 8.30 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday
(closed on public holidays)
Where: Carlisle Street Arts Space, St Kilda Town Hall - 99A Carlisle Street, St Kilda Vic 3182.
About the exhibition
Zetetic XIV hosts a selection of works by the diverse group of artists currently in residence at Shakespeare Grove Artist Studios, located in the tranquil VegOut Community Gardens in St Kilda. Zetetic, meaning ‘to proceed by enquiry’, features the works of 14 artists who explore a broad range of themes through many genres and techniques. The exhibition features artworks by Dan Bowran, Alan Cotton, Janenne Eaton, Salvatori Lolicato, Alanna Lorenzon, Helen Philipp, Jonny Reding, Lucia Rossi, Tanya Salehian, Betty Sargeant, Jarra Steel, Adele Varcoe, Clarine Wilmar and Mina Young.
For more information visit the Shakespeare Grove Studios and artists page.
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About the gallery
Carlisle Street Arts Space (CSAS) is a versatile exhibition space with the capacity to present a range of visual arts practice. Located just inside the main entrance of the St Kilda Town Hall, the Carlisle Street Arts Space (CSAS) presents a diverse exhibition program that enhances the cultural vitality of the community and encourages innovation in arts practice.