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Up Coming Exhibitions & Workshops
"Victorian Craft Award 2017"
Ema's work is in the short list of Victorian Craft Award 2017.
The Victorian Craft Awards, presented by Craft Victoria, is Victoria’s largest biennial exhibition of craft artists, showcasing excellence and innovation across all mediums.
3 June - 08 July 2017
Please find out the venue and more Craft website
"2017 Wangaratta Contemporary Textile Award"
Ema's work has been selected for the award in Wangaratta Art Gallery.
3 June - 6 Aug 2017
Wangaratta Art Gallery
56 Oven St, Wangaratta VIC 3677
“Selvedge – VAMFF”
In this exhibition for Melbourne Fashion Festival the curator Alojz Babic curates the works of five female contemporary artists who delve into the theme of fashion consumption.
13 – 19 March 2017
Opening: Monday 13 March 6-8pm
The Space at Collins
Level 1, 278 Collins St, Melbourne Victoria 3000
Artists include: Amaya Iturri, Lynn Mowson, Ema Shin, Bronwyn Watson, Caroline Phillips
"Body and Cloth : Performing Textiles"
17 February - 13 April 2017
Artists include: Kawita Vantanajyankur, Kate Just, Rekio Sudo, Hiromi Tango, Slow Art Collective, Elisa Jane Carmichael, Troy-Anthony Baylis, John Brooks, Sarah Crowest, Eric Bridgeman, Ema Shin
Australian Tapestry Workshop
262-266 Park Street, South Melbourne Victoria 3205
Jigsaw-cut Woodblock Print Workshop with English Artist Ralph Kiggell
Ralph Kiggell is an English printmaking artist, book illustrator and arts writer who has spent the last 30 years in Asia researching and practicing contemporary and traditional water-based woodblock printing. After studying with print masters in Japan he has been teaching and producing artwork throughout Asia and for the last ten years has had a studio practice in Bangkok. Following a residency at ANU, Canberra Ralph will be briefly visiting Melbourne and holding a one-off 2-day workshop at Ema Shin’s studio in Richmond. He will discuss his own innovative print and bookmaking practices and work alongside students to create fascinating JIGSAW style prints printed with the traditional and clean Japanese methods.
All materials and equipment supplied
Saturday 8 & Sunday 9 April, 10am to 4pm
Students of any experience welcome
Booking essential please contact
Summer Workshop Includes NGV Tour at Kimono House
Ema introduces traditional Japanese water base woodblock print techniques to make creative original art works.
No chemical solvents or presses are used in this clean, natural and historical technique. Day 1 includes an exclusive guided tour at the National Gallery of Victoria.
Thursday 19, Friday 20 & Saturday 21 January 2017, 10am-4pm
At Kimono House
Level 2 'Nicholas Building'
37 Swanston St Melbourne
Cost: $300 including materials & use of tools
Bookings Essential please visit Kimono House website
"FROM A HOME TO A HOME : A STORY OF MIGRATION"
Curated by Kate Gorringe-Smith
25 November - 8 December 2016
Artists include: Kyoko Imazu, Nakarin Jaikla, Vicki Kinai, Andrej Kocis, Helen Kocis Edwards, Khue Nguyen, Minh Phan, Ema Shin, En En See, Pamela See, Kate Gorringe-Smith, My Le Thi, Pimpisa Tinpalit, Haily Tran, Rebecca Young
Opening Friday 25 November, 6-8pm
To be officially opened by Jill Morgan AM, CEO of Multicultural Arts Victoria.
Tales from the Flyway - Storytelling and activities for children by author and storyteller Jackie Kerin and violinist Sarah Depasquale
Sunday 27 November, 10am-12pm
Sunday 27 November, 1-3pm
Brunswick Street Gallery
322 Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065
(03) 9942 3141
Monday closed. Tue - Fri: 10am -8pm. Sun - Sat: 10am - 6pm.