'Tied Up With String' Blind Box Artwork

'Tied Up With String' Blind Box Artwork

Regular price $200.00 $0.00

PLEASE NOTE: THE MAC INC. MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNT IS NOT APPLICABLE AS THIS IS AN EXHIBITION PURCHASE.

 

Mundaring Arts Centre invites you to join us in supporting our arts community by purchasing a Blind Box as part of the Tied Up With String exhibition.

Fifty-five established, mid-career and emerging Western Australian artists have been challenged to think inside the box and create small, intimate artworks contained within identical wooden boxes. In the hands of artists, rules and isolation are not a restriction but a chance to explore new horizons.

Boxes are for sale sight-unseen, for $200 each - but which work you end up with will be a matter of luck and happenstance.

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Amanda Alderson, Hans Arkeveld, Gemma Ben-Ary, Eric C, Olga Cironis, Madeleine Clear, Penny Coss, Peter Dailey, Mel Dare, Jo Darvall, Julie Dowling, Sarah Elson, Tami Esancy, Megan Evans, Angela Ferolla, Jeanette Garlett, Tarryn Gill, Marie Haass, Beverley Iles, Ben Joel, Joan Johnson, Tony Jones, William Leggett, Bethamy Linton, Andre Lipscombe, Norma MacDonald, Elizabeth Marruffo, Angela McHarrie, Ingrid Mulder, Ellen Norrish, Holly O’Meehan, Ann Ong, Lesley Parker, Denise Pepper, Amy Perejuan-Capone, Perdita Phillips, Gregory Pryor, Judy Rogers, Nalda Searles, Harrison See, Bruce Slatter, Holly Story, Alastair Taylor, Lea Taylor, Emily ten Raa, Sarah Thornton-Smith, Monique Tippett, Sarah Toohey, Tineke Van der Eecken, Linda van der Merwe, Susie Vickery, Katrina Virgona, Louise Wells, Anne Williams and Lee Woodcock

Upon purchasing a box, you will receive a unique number to randomly match you with your new artwork, revealed at the opening night on Wednesday 4 November 2020 from 7pm, with open artworks remaining on display until 20 December^.

Tied Up With String is not only a fun and exciting way to connect with the local artistic community and acquire a new work, but also provides vital income for artists and the arts centre. As a not-for-profit community organisation, Mundaring Arts Centre has nurtured the arts in Perth’s eastern region for over 40 years, and can continue to do so with your support.

^ due to COVID-19 regulations this event may be facilitated online or postponed


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