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Onespace Gallery Internship

Are you a recent graduate seeking industry experience in the visual arts?

We are seeking a motivated, enthusiastic and reliable creative to join our team and assist with our exhibition program, operations and events held at Onespace Gallery.

During this internship you will be involved in assisting the Directors and Gallery Officer of Onespace Gallery with day to day operations of the gallery program:

  • You will experience and further your knowledge of the procedures and protocols involved in overseeing the gallery space
  • You will advance your knowledge about artists, exhibits and methods involved in coordinating an exhibition each month
  • You will be encouraged to interact with artists and visitors, answer questions and field sales inquiries
  • You will gain more experience in preparing invoices, purchase orders and the coordination of events

Attributes & Skills:         

The following creative and management skills would be preferable when applying for this internship:

  • Can demonstrate a minimum level of experience working in a visual art environment such as an Art Administration, Gallery or related.
  • Be enthusiastic, reliable and effective, self-motivated, punctual and enjoy working in a team environment
  • Possess and demonstrate a positive attitude and an ability to deal with a wide range of people

Please note, this position is casual and days/hours are very flexible around existing work schedules.

To apply for this internship, please send a cover letter and a current curriculum vitae to alicia@onespacegallery.com.au

Applications close April 19.

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ONExchange | Nicola Moss and Diana Warnes In Conversation

Greenspace is the inaugural exhibition for Onespace by artist Nicola Moss. Moss brings her City and Nature project to the gallery, examining a changing ecology – a place where town planning, heritage and personal aesthetic, mixes with maintenance regimes and sense of well-being. Greenspace explores the inner-city Brisbane suburbs of postcode 4101 – South Brisbane, West End and Highgate Hill.

Moss’ art practice explores the value of a healthy environment to communities and individuals, with a particular focus on the sense of well-being contact with plants can provide in our everyday lives.


“I take paper with me when I go – it’s an opportunity to actually get impressions of the place… It looked like there was quite a lot of greenspace in 4101 – a lot of it is private gardens combined with street trees, it’s this collective greenspace. It requires participation and I think we all add to that greenspace.” – Nicola Moss, ONExchange Conversation

Diana Warnes hosted a ONExchange conversation with Nicola Moss on Saturday February 2 where they discussed her exhibition, processes and observations travelling through 4101 during the making of this spectacular body of work. Listen to the full discussion below:

 

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Photos: Funky Munky
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SpatialCo introduces themselves to Brisbane

SpatialCo is a creative practice operating in two parts – as service provider and as researcher – exploring the application of emerging technologies. Their team is made up of architects, designers, visualisers and technicians who work collaboratively on all projects.


The process of laser scanning captures measurable spatial data to create a three-dimensional point cloud, while also recording colour panoramic images. In this exhibition they interrogate the collected data to produce a series of 2D images that explore the qualitative aspects of the skate arena at a point of transition. Their spatial investigations, using 3D laser scanning technology, documents concrete structural elements as well as the seemingly banal dust, peeling paint and discarded objects. The images created for this exhibition demonstrate the capacity of the technology to move beyond the measurable to reveal intangible aspects embedded within the fabric of this iconic Brisbane building.


Listen to Leonie Matthews introduce SpatialCo and how they came to be.
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Photos: Funky Munky

 

 

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Onespace at CIAF 2018

MICHAEL BOIYOOL ANNING, ELISA JANE CARMICHAEL & BRIAN ROBINSON

It was an honour and a pleasure to be welcomed to the event by Co-Patrons Henrietta Fourmile Marrie, Gimuy Walubarra Yidinji Elder and His Excellency the Honourable Paul De Jersey AC, Governor of Queensland, and the Honourable Leanne Enoch, Minister for Environment and the Great Barrier Reef, Minister for Science and Minister for the Arts, Queensland Government, and Mr Tom Mosby, Chair of CIAF.

Our remarkable artists this year, Elisa Jane Carmichael, Michael Boiyool Anning and Brian Robinson, are just three of the hundreds of Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists who greatly benefit from CIAF and its government and business partners and community support. Their talents and cultural knowledge also make CIAF the premier cultural event that it is on our national stage and one of the reasons why international visitors continue to flock to our State and our country. Big thanks to Janina Harding, Vanessa Gillen and the hard-working CIAF Team for making this event happen and to the very important curators and collectors who make sure this amazing work is appreciated, interpreted and acquired.

 

View what was on display at CIAF online.

 

Photo (left to right): Tom Mosby, Elisa Jane Carmichael, His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC, Leanne Enoch and Henrietta Fourmile-Marrie

 

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ONExchange | Brian Robinson and Virginia Rigney In Conversation

On Friday 13 March, Onespace Gallery hosted a vibrant ONExchange conversation between exhibiting artist Brian Robinson and Virginia Rigney. Virginia engaged Brian in a discussion about his extensive and prolific art practice and his recent body of work and solo exhibition, Elixir – blended cosmologies.

Listen to the full discussion below:

 

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Photos: Louis Lim

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ONExchange | Leigh Schoenheimer and Julie Seidel In Conversation

On Saturday 10 March, Onespace Gallery hosted its third ONExchange conversation with Leigh Schoenheimer and special guest Julie Seidel.
Julie Seidel is a long term educator and former colleague of Leigh’s at St Peter’s College, Julie discussed the progression of Leigh’s practice and her recent body of work, Iterate | Elaborate, including a ‘glowing’ experimental installation that couldn’t be missed.

 

Listen to the full discussion below:

 

 

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Photos: Funky Munky

ONExchange event with Zoe Porter and Dr William Platz prior to the opening of Penumbra

ONExchange | Zoe Porter and William Platz In Conversation

On Friday 9 February Onespace Gallery hosted its second ONExchange conversation between Dr William Platz and Zoe Porter where they discussed her recent art practice, her performance work and her recent solo exhibition, Penumbra.

Listen to the full discussion below:

 

Dr William Platz and Zoe Porter. Photo: Louis Lim

Dr William Platz and Zoe Porter.
Photos: Louis Lim