Grey Street Gallery

THE CLASSIC REIMAGINED

THE CLASSIC REIMAGINED

Selected students from Interior Design and Environments, Queensland College of Art explore our obsession with mid-century modern design and the modernist chair.
The Semiotics of the Dress: Genevieve Memory

The Semiotics of the Dress: Genevieve Memory

Scheduled to coincide with International Women's Day on Friday 8 March, this exhibition explores the semiotic value of clothing, labelling practices and egalitarianism.
Maker/Wearer: Clare Poppi

Maker/Wearer: Clare Poppi

Solo exhibition from Queensland College of Art MA student, Clare Poppi.
Self -Dissection

Self -Dissection

Four artists from the Queensland College of Art offer an insight into the complexity of women's lived experiences and the intersection of identity, gender and culture.
Visible - Athene Currie, Deborah Eddy & Sonia York-Pryce

Visible - Athene Currie, Deborah Eddy & Sonia York-Pryce

Visual Arts researchers Athene Currie, Deborah Eddy and Sonia York-Pryce are currently investigating the ageing body and psyche through contexts and mediums that address similar questions about how society views ageing women