Kinross Arts & Spirituality Centre
603 Toorak Rd, Toorak Vic 3142

The 64th Blake Prize Touring Exhibition

The Blake Prize

Sponsored by UCA Funds Management
in conjunction with the Kinross Arts & Spirituality Centre and the
Centre for Theology & Ministry
A Casula Powerhouse Exhibition toured by Liverpool City Council

Friday, 7 April - Friday, 26 May 2017
Open: 10am - 3pm Mon-Fri, 12 - 4pm Sun.

 

The Blake Prize is one of Australia’s longest standing and most historically significant art prizes. It is an opportunity for contemporary emerging, established and self-taught artists to engage in conversations related to religion and spirituality. The 64th Blake Prize celebrates the diversity and aesthetic practices related to belief and non-belief within communities across Australia and internationally.​

Exhibition Entry: by Donation; Colour Catalogues: $30.00 each

Enquiries: Tel 03 9829 0340 

 

SPECIAL EVENTS 

Guided Tours Available - Groups & Individuals Welcome

Every Friday from 10am - 11am and other times by appointment

Email manager@kinrossarts.org.au to book a group or make an individual booking

 

Easter Viewing
Good Friday, 14th April - Open 10am - 3pm

Easter Sunday, 16th April - Open 10am - 3pm
With Rev. Dr Christopher Page, Toorak Uniting Church 

 

Afternoon with Rev Tim Costello AO & Artists
Thursday, 27 April, 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Presented by UCA Funds Management 

(Sponsor Event - Invitation Only)

 

Australia and “The Divine Image” Symposium
Thursday, 11th May - Saturday, 13th May 2017
Australia and “The Divine Image” Symposium is a public program presented in conjunction with the 64th Blake Prize Touring Exhibition (7 April - 26 May 2017) hosted by Kinross Arts Centre and Toorak Uniting Church. The symposium provides an opportunity to bring together audiences and experts in the field of the arts and spirituality. It promotes the freedom to reflect about themes and issues in multifaith and secular communities around Australia. Many of the Prize finalists reflect on cultural negotiations made on and around the human body. In what ways does this exhibition portray the concept of humans made in the Divine image? Join us for some dynamic dialogue on these topics.

The symposium presents an opportunity to engage with artist practitioners, academic presenters and hands-on artmaking experiences to connect art and spirituality in contemporary Australia.  Generously sponsored by The Centre for Theology & Ministry.

Visit www.ucavt.goregister.com.au/thedivineimage/info/ for more information and registration.

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